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Even When: God’s Never-Ending Love

God loves us and God’s grace carries us from this life to the next. That is God’s never-ending, glorifying grace that enables us to live and die well. John Wesley taught the early Methodists to live lives so they could die “good deaths.” Brandon explores the two keys to live well today to die well then.

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Even More: God’s Character-Shaping Love

God wants to grow us up into the likeness of Jesus. This is God’s character-shaping, sanctifying grace. God’s grace not only provides a way to get to heave someday; it starts a lifelong adventure of letting God love us so that God can move more of heaven into our hearts now. Brandon explores sanctifying grace.

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Even Now: God’s Soul-Saving Love

The Bible is often described as a dynamic love story. If this season of grace were to be compared to a couple’s relationship, God’s soul-saving, justifying, “even now” grace is what makes us able to respond to God’s proposal for a relationship God has been pursuing since we were even aware of it. Brandon explores justifying grace.

Even There: God’s All-Reaching Love

Our lives, our very breath, is a gift of God’s grace. God created the heavens and the earth, and God lovingly placed each of us in the midst of it all. No matter where go or what we do, God’s grace is there. Brandon explores God’s all-reaching, prevenient grace.

The Days are Long but the Years are Short

We blink and 10 years have gone by. How will you measure the impact of your life? In so many stories, God doesn’t act until the fourth quarter of life. How’s God calling you to move in this season? Kermit explores how we can best prepare for the final quarter of our life.

Growing Pains

We must not stop surrendering our will to God; we must be weaned from spiritual milk and move onto spiritual meat. Because even our best efforts of setting boundaries and surrendering our will does not mean smooth sailing will follow. Andy explores how to continue to grow deeply in Christ.

Not So Picture Perfect

We think followers of Jesus have picture perfect families whose children never disobey and always remember to say their prayers. Yet the Bible shares stories of families that are anything but. Don explores how God works through our imperfections and our surrender to make us more like Jesus.