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Just Say No

Just Say No

March 23, 2021

As we emerge from this pandemic, how can we prepare ourselves and the church for the new normal that's coming? Fasting is a way of saying NO to ourselves so that we can say YES to others.

*Christ’s Church is a strategic partner of Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA and features the teaching of Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team.

What it Takes

What it Takes

March 16, 2021

In our unstable world where public opinion shifts quickly and it’s easy to lose relationships over little things, we could all use a little security and clarity in where we stand with God. Is there any relationship that can offer us more security, hope and belonging than a positive one with our creator? And yet, with so many religions and even so many flavors of Christianity, establishing a clear basis for a meaningful relationship with God is more confusing than it ought to be. What kind of person would we need to be to know God would invite us in? A rich young ruler in Luke 18:18-30 came to Jesus with a similar question. But Jesus’ answer was different than we might expect.

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On Paying Attention

On Paying Attention

March 9, 2021

How can I manage all the online voices competing for my attention? How can fasting help me pay attention to God? Can the Bible really make a positive difference in my life? In this third episode of our Fast Forward teaching series, Pastor Bryan helps us gain a stronger understanding of the effects the constant infoglut of our news feeds and social media has on our spiritual lives. It's time to pay more attention to where we're paying attention.

*Christ’s Church is a strategic partner of Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA and features the teaching of Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team.

Hope in the Shadow of Loss

Hope in the Shadow of Loss

March 4, 2021

Hope is fleeting when the prospect of losing that which is most important to us becomes real. But is it possible that God can add value to our lives and make our relationships more meaningful even if the time we have with people is short? Join us for a conversation with Tim and Joan Lafferty as they share how God gave them hope in the shadow of loss. 

 

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Blessed the Best

Blessed the Best

March 1, 2021

When God doesn’t answer prayers in the way we expect, he can still take our disappointments and make them into something new. But what about those times when the unanswered prayer doesn’t appear to have any long-term gain at all? Is it possible that if we had prayed differently God could have turned an unanswered prayer into a better opportunity? 

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