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Jesus is the Center…

I love hearing passionate people speak!  Gabe spoke about the power of worship on Sunday and it was awesome.  Worship can mean so many things to so many of us, but at its core its all about seeking Jesus.  We worship because of who Jesus is to us and what he did for us.

This Sunday I am so excited my friend Shanterrra is coming to speak to us.  She spends most of her time working with girls about confidence and skills for success, but she is also a well known speaker and passionate United Methodist.  I can’t wait to hear her!  See you Sunday at 11!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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The Power of Worship with Music

It has been such a blessing since Gabe has started leading worship at Ignite.  It is clear his talent and his passion for leading us, but you may not know that Gabe has been in general ministry for years.  Gabe is sharing our message this week to tell us about how worship is powerful to him.  I know this will be a great week and I hope you can join us!  See you Sunday at 11!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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Power of Worship

What do you love about worship?  What is engaging to you on Sundays?  What draws you deeper?  Worship is this unique thing that only the church does. Other organizations do community service, fellowship events, building programs, children’s programs, youth programs, and book studies, but only the church does worship.  There can be deepness and power in worship, but sometimes we overlook it.  For the next 3 weeks we are living into the Power of Worship.  We will be looking for where God shows up and what makes worship unique.  Join us Sunday for amazing music but more importantly, powerful worship!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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The Things That Matter – Hopes and Dreams

We have talked about how we can use our time, our words, and our resources to focus more on the things that matter.  As we close our sermon series we talk about the ways we dream of our future with these things.  Do we dream of ways to improve our relationships and grow our faith?  Do we allow God to put a vision in our life and a dream on our hearts?  Do we focus our hopes and dreams on the Things that Matter?

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Hopes and Dreams…

The Things that Matter most to me are my Faith, Family, and Friends.  Many other things are important but those three stand out at the most important things in my life.  We have talked about how we can use our time, our words, and our resources to focus more on the things that matter.  As we close our sermon series we talk about the ways we dream of our future with these things.  Do we dream of ways to improve our relationships and grow our faith?  Do we allow God to put a vision in our life and a dream on our hearts?  Do we focus our hopes and dreams on the Things that Matter?  Join us as we wrestle with these questions on Sunday!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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The Things That Matter – Treasure

We all agree that the most important things in life are our Faith, our Family, and our Friends, but too often those things are the last to get our resources.  We get caught up in bills and all the needs of life and sometimes the Things that Matter get the smallest amount of resources!  What if God called us to change the way we looked at life, called us to change the way we set our values, called us to view the treasures in our life differently?

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Our treasure…

Over the last few weeks we have been talking about the Things that Matter most and how we can value them.  We all agree that the most important things in life are our Faith, our Family, and our Friends, but too often those things are the last to get our resources.  We get caught up in bills and all the needs of life and sometimes the Things that Matter get the smallest amount of resources!  What if God called us to change the way we looked at life, called us to change the way we set our values, called us to view the treasures in our life differently?  Join us Sunday as we ask what are our treasures in life and how can use use them?  See you Sunday at 11!

Grace and Peace,
Travis