Sundays at 8:15 & 10:45 am
How do you maintain "clear eyes" in a world that tries to blur and clutter our vision? What fills up your heart to keep up going, both in good times and hard times? How can we find victory in our daily lives, even when life seems hard and unfair?
Join us Sunday mornings at 8:15 am and 10:45 am as Bob Flayhart leads us through a new series “Clear Eyes. Full Hearts. Can't Lose.” and find the answer to these questions and more. We'll be reading through The Blue Book: A Devotional Guide for Every Season of Your Life, so be sure to grab a copy on Sunday or order one online.
Have you ever wanted to understand your kids and their world
better? Would you like help in developing their spiritual wisdom?
Do you want to be more intentional and build a plan for parenting
your children? Then come join us for a free joint Youth House and
Oakidz parenting seminar on February 4 from 9:00 am - noon in
Mark your calendars for our 2017 Global Missions Conference, February 26 - March 5. Join us as we spend time to Mind the Gap–the gap between God and man, the gap between those with hope in Christ and those without and the gap in resources to fulfill the Great Commission.
David "Monty" Montgomery of InterVarsity Northern Ireland and our own Bob Flayhart will lead us through teaching and reflection both weekends. We'll have missionaries from all over the world present at to share with us how they are standing in the gap for the sake of the Gospel. And we will be challenged to consider how we can step into the gap–through prayer, short-term trips and Faith Promise commitments.
Regularly scheduled activities will continue with a missions influence and there will be additional special opportunities as well.
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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose. Week 2: Who Are You?
1/15/17 | Bob Flayhart
A Chip off the Old Block
1/8/17 | Bob Flayhart
The God of the Coming Year
1/1/17 | Matt Redmond