Sermon Series

Solid

Date: 5/7/2021 - 5/23/2021

Solid

We all want to be solid in the things that matter most in our lives, but the pandemic has put some of those areas to the test. Join us in person or online as we examine what it means to be Solid in our parenting, our thinking, and our personal lives.

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Sermons From This Series

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Finding Purpose

Date: May 30, 2021

Speaker: Matt Snellings, San Antonio Campus Pastor


We are not here by accident. Each of us has been carefully formed for an incredible purpose. How do we find it, and how do we pursue it despite the busyness ...

Personal Growth

Date: May 23, 2021

Speaker: Ryan Leak, Teaching Pastor


Ready, set…pause. None of us wants to pour our efforts into pursuing the wrong goal. What happens when our target is personal growth, but we aren’t clear wha...

Thinking Well

Date: May 16, 2021

Speaker: Jeff Jones, Senior Pastor


It’s been a turbulent season. What has caused some to stay anchored during the storms and stresses of life, while others have lost their bearings under the s...

Solid Parenting

Date: May 09, 2021

Speaker: Jeff Jones, Senior Pastor


We all have kids in our lives in some capacity. How can we help them successfully grow into adults and become all that God designed them to be? Join us this ...

Guided Discussions

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Finding Purpose


NOTE: This is our last group discussion guide for the Spring semester. Group studies will resume at the start of the Fall semester. Also, this weekend we hea...

Personal Growth


Discuss TogetherRyan shared that there are over 13,000 church denominations in America, each with a slightly different emphasis on what it means to be a soli...

Thinking Well


Discuss TogetherAs we discuss how to stay solid in our thinking, we want to create a safe and grace-filled space that doesn’t turn argumentative, political, ...

Solid Parenting


Discuss TogetherHow has the pandemic impacted parenting and the next generation? What new pressures are now present?While all parents feel pressure, Jeff sha...