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What do you do when it all falls apart? Your career, your marriage, your dream . . . .

How do you pick up the pieces and begin again?

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  • Three Myths
    Andy Stanley, 04.12.15
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    Many of us don’t like to follow directions. But there’s a price to pay for rushing into a situation without knowing what we’re doing. We get things wrong. And by the time we go back, undo everything we messed up, and then do it correctly, we’ve wasted more time than if we’d just followed the directions to begin with.

    The consequences are usually mild when we ignore the directions for repairing a computer or assembling a child’s toy. But the price of rushing into a life situation can be steep. What if there were directions for the choices we make in life? What if we could avoid repeating past mistakes when we find ourselves starting over?

  • Own it
    Andy Stanley, 04.19.15
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    One reason history repeats itself is that we don’t own our part of our history. And the reason you don’t own it is there’s nothing to own—it wasn’t your fault! But if something important has come to an end and you are starting over, you must look back and own your part in order to move ahead. Your best bet for a successful future is to own your share of the past.

  • Rethink It
    Andy Stanley, 04.26.15
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    We learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least. We repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most. Too often, we look at our pasts and our decisions don’t even make sense to us. We end up asking, “What was I thinking?”

    How do we avoid getting stuck in cycles of repeated mistakes that take our lives down the wrong path?

  • Release It
    Andy Stanley, 05.03.15
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    We all have mistakes in our pasts—financial, professional, academic, relational. Unfortunately, we tend to learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least and repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most. Sometimes that’s because we avoid owing our part of a mistake. It’s easier to blame others.

    But once you’ve taken ownership of your part of a mistake, what do you do with the part owned by others? How do you get past the stuff other people have done to turn your life upside down?


Have you ever forgotten something really important? Missed a meeting? Mind gone blank on someone’s name, or forgotten that the brownies were still in the oven? Sometimes it seems as though being forgetful is a part of human nature.

Interestingly, in one of Jesus’ last conversations with his closest followers he told them to “remember” Him. Join us as we explore the personal implications of the most memorable moment in human history.

  • Remember Me
    Chris Brown, 04.05.15
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    Have you ever forgotten something really important? Missed a meeting? Mind gone blank on someone’s name, or forgotten that the brownies were still in the oven? Sometimes it seems as though being forgetful is a part of human nature.

    Interestingly, in one of Jesus’ last conversations with his closest followers he told them to “remember" Him. Join us as we explore the personal implications of the most memorable moment in human history.


Nobody likes to lose.

Whether it’s the big game or a little argument, if given the choice, you’d pick winning.

But what if the choice wasn’t that simple?

What if more hung in the balance than just winning?

  • The Moment of Choice
    Chris Brown, 03.15.15
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    Nobody likes to lose. Whether it’s the big game or a little argument, if given the choice, you’d pick winning. But what if the choice wasn’t that simple? What if more hung in the balance than just winning?

  • Connect the Dots
    Patrick Mitchell, 03.22.15
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    As we said in Part 1, winning anything significant involves choosing to lose something else. In Part 2 of this series we're going to discover something in a very familiar story in the New Testament that is unnatural and uncomfortable for any of us to choose to lose, but when we do it opens the door to the biggest wins in following Jesus. Choosing to lose in this way allows us to experience something that changes us and our relationship with God forever.

  • Vantage Point
    Chris Brown, 03.29.15
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