Sometimes family just doesn't understand you. In this series, we are looking at how we can handle the difficult people of the world by looking back at an ancient leader who was surrounded by difficult people in a tough situation. This week we looked at how Moses dealt with family issues, and learn how to deal with it when you past comes back to haunt you.
Close friends sometimes drive us crazy. Family members can criticize and make life hard for us. And, if we are honest, sometimes we make ourselves crazy.
In this three-part series, we will look at how we can handle the difficult people of the world by looking back at an ancient leader who was surrounded by difficult people. In this first message, we will look at the challenge of having difficult friends.
When you are standing in the midst of the mess, what do you do? How do you dig yourself out of the hard spots in life?
In this week's message, we will address those questions by looking at the final two A10 core values and wrap up our series on A10 2.0.
Area 10 Faith Community turned 10 years old this week, on September 21st! Can you believe it? We are so excited, and we want to celebrate God’s faithfulness to us.
In this week's message, we looked at 10 things that are distinctive about our faith community and dream a bit about where God is taking us next.
Throughout history, many people have seen their lives change because of Jesus Christ. But how does that change happen? What shifts take place inside of us to bring about real transformation?
In this message we will look at what it means to be a transformative church that changes lives in the city for the city and we will examine one of the first people who ever had their life changed by Jesus.
Area 10 turns 10 years old this month and BIG things are on the way! In this series, A10 2.0, we are rolling out the vision of where we are headed as a church. This week we will look at the value of our Sunday gatherings and how they help us grow in our faith.
In his most famous speech, the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus declares that true growth happens from the inside out. This week we will talk about healthy boundaries and how judging others causes us to miss the good news that Jesus was trying to bring.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus wasn't just concerned with what you did, but why you did it. He believed that true growth happened from the inside out. This week we will explore how the simple act of introspection can transform your spiritual life.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus wasn't just concerned with what you did, but why you did it. He believed that true growth happened from the inside out. This series will explore a few key themes from the Sermon on the Mount.
At some point in our lives, we end up feeling stuck. We feel like we are just treading water and not making any progress. And it is very easy in that situation to start giving in to fear and feeling like we are out of options and have no hope.
In this hopeful message, we are going to look at how God intervenes in a powerful way to the ancient Israelites when they were feeling hopeless and afraid.
The longer you live, the more you realize how much the world is broken and, if you are very honest, how much you are also broken.
In this week's message, we will look at one of the hardest and most disturbing account of the Exodus in the Bible and how God not only handles our brokenness but also how He saves us.
Big things are on the horizon. Good things are coming. But how do you prepare yourself for the changes? In this message, we will look at a relatively obscure story in the Old Testament that teaches something important about how God works in cooperation with our efforts.
Why is it so hard to say “I’m sorry”? Maybe because saying we are sorry means we have to admit our guilt and no one likes to feel guilty. But saying sorry and dealing with that guilt may just be the thing we need to grow. In this message, we will wrap our series on prayer by looking at the prayers of confession where we come to God and say “I’m sorry.”
When we take the time to rest in the wonder and recognize the wow, not only does it build our relationship with God but it can also transform our faith. This week, we talk about the incredible impact that awe can have on our day-to-day prayer life.
G.K. Chesterton said, “Thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” In this message we will look at what it means to be thankful with our prayers and how we can learn to give thanks in all circumstances.
Surveys show that up to 90% of Americans pray. At least half of them pray every day. Even though prayer is fairly common, most people find it to be a struggle. In this new series we are going to look at how Jesus prayed and we will examine 4 ways we can pray more effectively. This week we will look at the kind of prayers where we just throw up our hands and ask for help.
As we gain influence with others, the demands on our time and energy go up. So how do we continue to have influence and grow without losing our minds? In this message we will look at some timely advice that Moses received from his father in law and we will examine how that advice still applies to us today.
One way we leverage our influence for the kingdom of God and the good of others is to use what we have been given by God. But what have we been given? What has God put in your hands? What elements make up your unique story? In this message we will look at Moses’ complaints against God and see how God equips the person that He calls to fulfill his mission.
No matter who you are, you have influence over someone. It may be very small or huge. But somebody, somewhere is looking to you as an example. How do we make the most of that influence? In this message we'll look at how God calls Moses to be a key influencer and change agent in Egypt and consider how God might be calling us today.
We all experience anger. How do we know if we're angry about the right things or handling it in helpful ways? This week, we'll look at the life of Moses and how he grew in his understanding of righteous anger.
“Anybody can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way - that is not within everybody's power and is not easy.” -Aristotle