Gospel Fluency, Week 8

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Gospel Fluency, Week 8

Many times we ask God to do things with no expectation that he will actually do it. A big part of gospel fluency is getting ourselves ready to be used by God in the lives of those around us. Do you really believe God will use you in the lives of those around you? We finish our series with a story that challenges us to believe that he will, and to back our belief up with action.

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Gospel Fluency, Week 6

We long for heroes. We reveal that longing by giving our free time and money to forms of entertainment that give us heroes in return. This week we look at how Jesus is the hero that all heroes are patterned after, and how to live our lives with Jesus as the hero of our story.

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Gospel Fluency, Week 5

Two weeks ago Patrick talked about how the ‘fruit’ we display in our lives – what we think and feel and do – is dependent on the ‘root’ of what we really believe about who God is and who we are. This week we’ll talk about practical routines we can develop to cultivate strong, biblical faith and lead to true change in our lives.

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Resting in the Power of God

Paul wrote to the church in Corinth that he wanted their faith to ‘not rest in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God.’ This week we’re taking a break from our Gospel Fluency series to hear a story of how the power of God changed the course of a man’s life. This story involves the themes of calling, work, immigration, persecution and God’s power to heal, and you do not want to miss it.

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Gospel Fluency, Week 3

Jesus said ‘out of abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.’ What we talk about most reveals what’s going on in our inner life. As we continue our series on ‘Gospel Fluency’, we’ll look at what that says about the health of our relationship with Jesus, and what we need to do about it.

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Gospel Fluency, Week 2

As we continue our series on ‘Gospel Fluency’, we look at the big-picture story of the gospel throughout the Bible. We’ll see that this story is our little story too, and we’ll begin to see that when we don’t accept it as our story, we end up living out something far less than what we were made for.

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