Legacy Church

Recognize Your Regrets

Regrets don’t remind us we did badly; they show us we can do better. The first step to love our regrets is to recognize them and face them head-on. King David made many mistakes and must decide to face them or not. Don explores David’s response and how we can learn to take this first step to love our regrets with God.

Loving Your Regrets

Children as young as 9 years old have regrets. We can get stuck in our regrets, unable to move forward into God’s preferred future for us. Brandon explores God’s purpose for regrets: not to remind us we did badly but to show us we can do better.

Unraveled Plans: Four Christmases

Brad and Kate’s Christmas plans are ruined when they must spend time with their family. They discover, while their families are dysfunctional, their relationship is stuck and in need of serious reflection. Brandon explores the film Four Christmases and how the people in the Christmas story show us how to become unstuck and move forward into a new year with God.

Christmas Eve: A Christmas Carol

Ebenezer Scrooge feared poverty and was consumed by the sin of greed. Four ghosts lead Scrooge to change his ways and remind us that God came to earth as a baby born into poverty. Brandon explores a lifestyle of generosity in A Christmas Carol.

Love: Elf

Buddy, the orphaned human raised as an elf, brings life and love and light to all that he encounters. He changes lives by his very presence. Brandon explores the film Elf, finding the connections to Jesus, the one who brings light and transforms all that he encounters still today.

Joy: It’s a Wonderful Life

George Bailey, the old soul, looked out for others first but didn’t have the joy that transcends any circumstances. Brandon explores It’s a Wonderful Life, discovering how Jesus is the joy that walks with us through all the ups and downs of life.

Peace: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

The Grinch let a childhood situation grow anger and bitterness inside him. Don explores the film “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and how Jesus’ arrival shows us the way to peace.

Hope: Miracle on 34th Street

Doris finds no mystery in the world; Fred makes room for wonder in his life. Brandon explores the classic film “Miracle on 34th Street,” challenging us to view Jesus’ birth, not as a fairly tale, but as the historical event that changes everything, bringing hope to the hopeless and light to the darkness.

Crazytown

Our lives are busy and crazy, leaving us very little time for anything extra, not even prayer. But something changes when prayer is no longer just another thing but the most important thing, as natural as breathing. Amanda explores how we pray through crazytown.

Short.Simple.Honest

There is no required word count on a prayer; there is no special training required to pray “right.” Dan explores three easy ways to start or to grow in your relationship with God.