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  Date: Sunday, October 29, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 22 mins 31 secs    
Passage: Acts 4:13-31    
  Description: This Sunday, we will unpack the story of Peter and John in Acts 3 and 4. We will especially key in on the boldness that the Spirit had given to these two Apostles. We are told in Acts 4:13 that "When they [religious leaders] saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and took note that these men had been with Jesus." I think at the end of the day that's what I want said about my family and me - that people would know we had been with Jesus. This Sunday we will learn how God can make us, take us, and shake us into bold leaders.
  Date: Sunday, October 22, 2017       Teacher: Kyle Marshall     Duration: 22 mins 48 secs    
Passage: John 17:21    
  Description: Special Guest Speaker: Kyle Marshall, Emory University Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF) - Campus Minister, "Bread Coffee House" - Topic: Christian Unity
  Date: Sunday, October 15, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 20 mins 29 secs    
Passage: Matthew 7:1-5       Series Unthinkable
  Description: This Sunday we will be asking the question, "Is the Church a loving community or is it too judgmental?" Jesus said in the Sermon on the Mount, "Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." This Sunday we will look at what our response should be to a sinful world and how we can be full of grace and truth.
  Date: Sunday, October 08, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 32 mins 47 secs    
Passage: Matthew 6:25-34       Series Unthinkable
  Description: We live in a world that is becoming more and more isolated. Even in the midst of social media, where we count our "friends", people are experiencing loneliness and depression. Even as believers, we worry about the things we see in the world and we choose to shelter ourselves from the world, often leaving us unable or unwilling to help people who need Jesus. This Sunday we will ask the question, "Are we as Christians too sheltered?" What we will discover is that we are called to live in proximity to the world and practice purity, to seek His kingdom and His righteousness
  Date: Sunday, October 01, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 34 mins 31 secs    
Passage: Matthew 5:43-6:4       Series Unthinkable
  Description: This Sunday we will tackle whether or not the church is too hypocritical. Of the young people polled, Kinnaman and Lyons discovered that the unchurched are not shocked by the Christian's perceived hypocrisy. It seems that our young people have become "so jaded by the holes in people's lifestyles that they no longer are shocked to find incongruence between words and actions." This Sunday we will look at what Jesus says about hypocrites in the Sermon on the Mount. What we will ultimately discover is that our "Yes" needs to be yes, and our "No" needs to be no.
  Date: Sunday, September 24, 2017       Teacher: Randy Snyder     Duration: 32 mins 11 secs    
Passage: Jeremiah 29:11 & Ecclesiastes 3:11    
  Description: Randy and Annie Snyder ministered at Mount Carmel from 1999-2004. Having officially retired from local ministry last June, Randy now devotes his time to "CrossHope Radio", a daily radio ministry on Sirius/XM Satellite radio broacdcast all over the US and Canada. For the last 35 years, Randy's messages have been heard in every city where he has ministered, including in Atlanta when he served here
  Date: Sunday, September 17, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 36 mins 16 secs    
Passage: Matthew 5:13-16       Series Unthinkable
  Description: This Sunday we will look at yet another perception that the unchurched people have about the church. Interestingly, three-quarters of unchurched young people and half of young church-goers describe Christianity as "too involved in politics". Should we be involved in politics? Is it right or wrong? This Sunday we will unpack what Jesus had to say in Matthew 5, where He called us to be "Salt" and "Light." What we will discover is that we should not let anything deter us from being an agent of influence for the Kingdom of God. Our response should be the same as that of Jesus, who desired not just to make statements, but to make a difference in this dark and flavorless world.
  Date: Sunday, September 10, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 31 mins 10 secs    
Passage: Matthew 5:1-12       Series Unthinkable
  Description: In their book, Unchristian, David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons tackle the misconceptions and negative images that people can have toward Christianity. And while there will always be skeptics and critics of the faith, these negative perceptions can allow us to understand those that we need to reach and ask the question, "Are we acting like Jesus?" So in this sermon series we are going to look at six (6) negative perceptions and watch as Jesus tackles these questions in one of His most powerful sermons. This Sunday we will ask the question, "Are Christians too focused on converts?"
  Date: Sunday, September 03, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 42 mins 18 secs    
Passage: Matthew 5:3-10       Series Refresh
  Description: This Sunday we will conclude our sermon series by looking at the Beatitudes in Matthew chapter five. It's in the opening words of Jesus's Sermon on the Mount, where He begins to show us how the Kingdom of God can impact our heart and set us up for refreshment and blessings even in the midst of struggle and pain. What we will discover this Sunday is, in order to be refreshed, we need to lean into the unnatural life to which Jesus is calling us.
  Date: Sunday, August 27, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 35 mins 5 secs    
Passage: Matthew 4:12-1:22    
  Description: This Sunday we will discover that spiritual refreshment happens when we allow the Lord to rebuild our lives around Him. In Matthew 4 Jesus calls the first disciples to abandon their way of living for His new life. In fact, Jesus said to them, as they were casting their nets into the lake, "Come, follow me" ... "and I will send you out to fish for people." Jesus was calling them to rebuild their lives around His Kingdom and to jettison their kingdom.

 


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Men's Bible Study Tuesday, February 20 @ 9:00 AM
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Women's Bible Study Tuesday, February 20 @ 9:30 AM
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Small Groups Wednesday, February 21 @ 6:30 PM
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25Feb
Life Groups Sunday, February 25 @ 9:30 AM
 
     
 
     

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