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  • Naeem Fazal

    Pastor Naeem Fazal from Mosaic Church Charlotte shares his incredible story with us.

  • David Grant

    This weekend Pastor David Grant taught about three questions posed to us in Romans 8 that we each need to answer for ourselves.

  • Mixtape

    Music moves us. It has the power to make us happy, sad, and even want to dance. During Mixtape we want to listen to the music that is moving our world right now to see what we can hear.

  • Michael Murphy

    Michael Murphy shares with us about three kinds of water.

  • Outrageous

    Jesus said some crazy things. Did he really say that true disciples should hate their parents? Do we really have to pluck out our eyes or cut off our hands if they cause us to sin? Jesus’ words were outrageous then, and they’re outrageous even now. Many of his contemporaries considered the things he said to be absurd, offensive, and even slanderous. But Jesus didn’t come to placate people. His purpose wasn’t to only say nice, comforting things. Jesus came to speak the truth, and sometimes the truth is a little outrageous. Join us as we explore some of the shocking things Jesus said.

  • Andrew McCourt

    Andrew McCourt shares with us about purpose and embracing our calling.

  • Messy Faith: Finding Our Story in Esther

    Have you ever wondered why your life doesn’t look like a Bible story? In the Bible, God talks directly to people and guides them. They always know what is the right thing to do is, even if they don’t do it. People seem to have the sense that God is always there, just within their reach. But the book of Esther is different. God is not mentioned once. In this story, people have to figure out things for themselves and the ending doesn’t seem altogether “good.” But it’s clear that God used Esther. Her story is a great example to us that our lives do not need to be neat and tidy for God to work. Sometimes we feel like we’re groping along in the dark, but Esther reminds us that we can trust that God is with us, even when we cannot see him.

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