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Beyond the Routine

Summer is over and schedules, routines, and responsibilities have become dominating realities once again. Our faith shows us that life is so much more than neatly scheduled blocks of time, but we seem to forget that unless we have habits that remind us of it. Join us as we explore some very real and practical habits that take us Beyond the Routine!

September 1: "Eat" -- Communion Sunday
1 Corinthians 11:17-26. We all need food in order to survive, but the habit of having a meal is much more than consuming calories to keep going. Join us as we take a look at how the way we approach the most basic of needs can be one of the most foundational habits in our lives.

September 8: "Bless" -- Kick-Off Sunday
Philippians 2:1-4. How we see the world is our own individual perception. If so many of us see the world so differently, how could we ever expect to understand each other, let alone "get along"? Faith is more than just simply saying we believe in something greater than that; it is living it out. Join us as we explore a habit that gives us all a real place to begin.

September 15: "Listen"
Mark 6:30-32. The world is a very loud and busy place. We constantly hear all kinds of noise, demands, opinions, suggestions, and other sounds. How much of it do we actually listen to? What should we be listening to? Join us this week as we explore the difference between hearing and listening, as well as what a difference that can make in life.

September 22: "Learn" -- Bible Sunday
Philippians 3:10-16. Continuing Education is a requirement in almost every area of life. We need to continue to learn new technologies, tasks, and techniques just to "keep up" with the world around us. Join us this week as we focus our learning on something that goes beyond a certification or CEU.

September 29: "Sent"
Philippians 4:4-9. How we view ourselves has a lot to do with how we interact with the world around us. So many of us are in the habit of defining ourselves by our look, job, car, achievements, or failures. Join us as we explore how we can be in the habit of seeing ourselves for who we truly are and who we are made for.


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