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What Is the Thief of Joy?

Ninety percent of our happiness does not come from our stuff. You may be surprised where our happiness does come from.

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How Do You Find Joy?

The people who are suffering often have the most joy.

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Is Happiness the Answer?

Do you rely on outside circumstances to make you happy?

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Are You Happy?

Is happiness what we should be looking for?

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Choose Gratitude Over Grumbling: Because of Eternal Joy

When God takes away your health or your security or the life you long for, it feels like you have more reason to grumble than to be thankful. How can you be grateful when so many things go wrong? Today’s message has the apostle Paul’s powerful answer.

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Answering Skeptics, Round 3

Watch the entire series from this past week as Pastor Dave looks at more questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.

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Answering Skeptics: Christians Are so Negative

Why are Christians always talking about hell and death and judgment?

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How Did I Fall Down This Rabbit Hole?

Have you fallen down the rabbit hole and suddenly found your priorities out of sync and life out of focus?

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Answering Skeptics: Aren’t Christians Supposed to Be Happier?

I thought Christians are supposed to be happy all the time? This week, Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.

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What Do You Want Jesus to Do for You?

A great life isn’t out of reach for anyone.

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Easter From the Holy Land: Where Death Lost Its Sting

What does Christ’s resurrection mean for you? Join Pastor Mike in Israel as he shares the good news of Easter from the place where some scholars believe Jesus died and was buried. Learn about the three amazing truths that the empty tomb brings to your life.

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Are You Excited About Your Faith?

God calls us to live as ambassadors for him. What does that mean? And how do we do that?