"Strong and Weak" - Tim Mannin

To The City (Week 1) We begin our new series in the book of Romans, where we find the paradoxical relationship between our strength and weakness. So many of us want to walk in the authority of Jesus (as more than conquerors), yet our weaknesses and vulnerabilities grab ahold of us with surprising strength. In this message we explore the possibilities of a life that is strong and weak. (Rom 8:35-39, Rom 12:3, 2 Cor 12:9-10, 1 Tim 6:19).

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"A Day With: Session Two" - Shane Farmer

Our “A Day With” gathering is for ministry leaders from different churches and ministries to have a day with one another in order to connect, be encouraged, and grow together. We are excited to welcome guest speaker and lead pastor of Cherry Hills Community Church, Shane Farmer, to lead us this morning. In session two, Shane teaches on humility. What is the difference between humility and weakness? What does humility look like from a place of leadership and how is God calling you to humble yourself? (2 Cor. 12:9)

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"Humility" - Tim Mannin

Philippians (Part 3) The root of self-centeredness is so deep and pervasive in our lives that we often don't know how to take the first step towards humility. This morning we are implored to challenge our self-centeredness by beginning to pray differently, focus on others, and value our community. (Philippians 2:1-11)

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"A Humble King" - Tim Mannin

Kings (Part 7) From "Kings" to "The King," we look at the uniqueness of how Jesus entered the world. He came, not in a grand king-like entrance, but quiet and humbly to a world that He knew would reject Him. What area in your life is lacking this humility? It is in humility that we find rest and peace. (Matt. 1:18-23, Phil. 2:5-11)

"Not Even A Finger" - Tim Mannin

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 5) Are we as a culture an arrogant people? Jesus dealt with this issue in Matthew 23. He proclaimed that "the greatest among us are servants and that those who humble themselves will be exalted." Is our main objective in life "ourselves?" Our schedule, our feelings, and our comfort level control our lives, but we see that humility is the primary character in Jesus and He is calling us to live that life. (Matthew 23:1-12)