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RELATE: Ancient Wisdom for Relationships

New series starts May 26. In this series, we’ll look at 6 gifts God gives you to improve your relationship with God and your family. God came to earth to have relationship with us. Malachi was written to prepare us for this relationship. This last book of the Old Testament is a conversation between our loving Father and His people that teaches us six skills we need for healthy relationships with God, family and friends.

May 12, 2019

Supernatural Mom

Pastor: Daniel Carr Series: Supernatural Mom Topic: Mothers Scripture: Ephesians 5:15–6:4

April 28, 2019

Resurrected Hope Part 2: Doubt-Crushing Hope

Pastor: Daniel Carr Series: Resurrected Hope Topic: Hope, Resurrection of Christ Scripture: Luke 23:36–23:49

April 21, 2019

Resurrected Hope Part 1: Surprised by Hope

Pastor: Daniel Carr Series: Resurrected Hope Topic: Hope, Crucifixion of Jesus Scripture: Matthew 28:1–28:10

April 14, 2019

Famous Last Words Part 7: Departure

Pastor: Daniel Carr Series: Famous Last Words Topic: Crucifixion of Jesus Scripture: Luke 23:44–23:46

April 7, 2019

Famous Last Words Part 6: Finished

Pastor: Daniel Carr Series: Famous Last Words Topic: Crucifixion of Jesus Scripture: John 19:30–19:30

March 31, 2019

Famous Last Words Part 5: Forsaken

Pastor: Daniel Carr Series: Famous Last Words Topic: Crucifixion of Jesus Scripture: Matthew 27:45–27:46

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Bryan Davidson | Student Ministry Pastor

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Kris Dolberry | Lifeway Men's Ministry Leader

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Matthew Easter | MBU Religion Professor

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Ed Vaughan | Senior Adult Pastor

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Jason Walters | MBC - Making Disciples Leader

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Martin Winslow | Pastor of Children & Families

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