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Often we choose to love those it is convenient to, but scripture is always calling us to do life not just alone with God, but also with others. This series will look at a number of the "others" we are challenged to do life with.
As Jesus dies on the cross, 3 different groups respond to what they have witnessed and then, He rises from the grave and offers us the ability to do the same.
The end of Jesus' life shows us some of what was most important to him, and what should maybe be most important to us.
Joseph experiences God in the extreme highs and lows of life. In this series we look at how God is active in each season of life we may find ourselves in.
John the Baptist is quoted as saying that "Jesus must Increase, I must decrease." In this series, we look at a number of areas of life we hope to see Jesus increase in.