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Moving to Wholeness

This date is already in session for those who have pre-registered. The find out more info, visit the launch date event.

Moving to Wholeness

This date is already in session for those who have pre-registered. The find out more info, visit the launch date event.

Q&R with Pastor Luke

by Jim Killam | 6-minute read

 

At the finish of the Broken Wholeness series, we spoke with Pastor Luke Uran about the response, and what’s next for the holidays. Read More

Moving to Wholeness

Maybe the sermons or accompanying video stories in our “Broken Wholeness” series have spoken loudly to you. Maybe there’s an issue you’d like help with. Maybe you’re wondering: What’s my next step toward wholeness?

We are creating space for small-group, confidential conversation. Over three Wednesday evenings in November, these one-hour sessions will offer direction and support. The sessions will be led by Associate Pastor Josh Pardee, and Erin Blume, Director of Adult Ministries.

When: 6:15–7:15 p.m. Tuesdays, Nov. 10–24
Where: Main Campus, Fellowship Hall (room R284CD)
Who: Ages 18+
How do I register? Click on the registration button below.

 

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The Benefits of Being Broken

Walking with God through hard seasons: The people who have shared their stories during our Broken Wholeness series talk about the beautiful benefits of being broken. Read More

Broken Trust, Brian Wahl

“I knew I needed help. But I couldn’t say it.” Brian Wahl tells his story of addiction, recovery, repairing broken trust … and finding Jesus. Read More

Broken Desires, Brandy Pardee

“God, is this really what following you looks like?” Brandy Pardee checked all the boxes: Christian woman, Bible college grad, pastor’s wife, mom. But she realized she wasn’t becoming more like Jesus. Today she carries a fresh perspective on her faith, knowing that none of her questions were too big for God.
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Broken Mind, Katie Jo Sanderson

For Katie Jo Sanderson, much of her life as a teen revolved around cancer. Today, she looks back with gratitude … and with encouraging words for others dealing with anxiety. Read More

Broken Heart, Bethany Timmons

“Depression is something about me. But it doesn’t define me.” Bethany Timmons talks about how walking through dark places draws us to depend on God — and can help us better serve others.
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Broken Past, Kari Heckler

“God, you don’t understand what it’s like!” Even as Kari Heckler shouted those words from a place of deep pain, she felt God gently telling her: “Yes, I do.” Read More