We all have a place we want to go, a goal we want to achieve. But one of the biggest challenges in getting to where we want to go is not getting off track. Distractions don’t need to be big to pull us off course. If we’re not careful, a lesser thing can keep us [...]
In a consumption-driven culture, it can be hard to feel wealthy because we tend to focus on our long lists of wants. We might want a new car, a bigger house, or the latest technological gadget. But no matter how hard we try, we will not find joy in consumption. To live meaningful lives filled [...]
We all want to be successful in our lives. We want to succeed in our careers, our relationships, our marriages, our parenting, and our finances. And success can be a great thing that can allow us to do amazing things for God and others. But sometimes, success can be dangerous and can lead us down [...]
When someone has money and nice things, we think they are blessed. As Christ-followers, we think our wealth is a sign that God approves of the way we live. But our wealth can distract us from what really matters and cause us to focus on ourselves. The Bible warns us that our blessings can be [...]
When we think about "the rich," we think about people who have more money and possessions than we do. But if we are honest, most of us are considered wealthy by the world’s standards. And as the wealthy of the world, we have a lot of responsibility and challenges. Understanding these challenges can help us [...]
At the end of our lives, we want to look back and see a life filled with meaning and purpose rather than regret. To find fulfillment and satisfaction in life, we need to take the time to invest in relationships with the people that matter the most to us and the people we want to [...]
We have talked about everything from cutting off limbs to destroying temples in this "Wait... What?" sermon series. Don't miss out this weekend as Sloan Creek Campus Pastor Dan Martin wraps it all up! Let's find out how Jesus answers the question, "What must I do to inherit eternal life?"