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Me Without Fear… is within reach.

Who/what would you be without fear? We think you’d be better. And the Bible tells us how. Not how to live without the inevitability of fear (we’re not that naive), but how we can live a life in which fear never stops us.

Stoopid: When Geese Hit the Fan

Deciding in advance to do what’s right and avoid stupid pitfalls is a good first step. But what about our knee-jerk decisions and moments of weakness? How can we train ourselves for godliness so that it’s second nature to do what’s right?

Stoopid: Why do smart people (like you) do stupid things?

You’re smart. But sometimes you do stupid things. In this message we consider why that is, and make a plan for getting out ahead of our own stupidity and cutting it off at the pass!

Me Without Fear: the prequel

What four lepers, an atheist, and a sex worker can teach you about sharing your story about Jesus.

TTaH:The Limits of Love

When you’re angry, you’ve got lots of options for how to respond… but most of them will make matters worse. The Apostle Paul shows you how to choose the route that will move you forward, and not set you back.