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Sometimes we get stuck. Our faith becomes a list of dos and don’ts, and without even realizing it, walking with Christ has boiled down to following a set of rules. Over time, our hearts harden, and when our response to the gospel is apathetic at best, we drift away from its message of hope and reconciliation. The book of Hebrews is our wake-up call. It’s a reminder that the Christian faith is about submitting our lives to One who is greater—One who radiates glory, who sustains creation with His boundless power, who infinitely exceeds the capacity of our imaginations, One who has cleansed us from our sins. What would it look like for our lives to be captivated by the One who is greater, Jesus Christ, instead of ourselves? Join us as we explore the book of Hebrews to find out.

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on Life Change

CHIP BANKE
on Spiritual Growth

RE|ENGAGE COUPLES
on Marriage Growth

JOHNNY DANIEL
on Spiritual Growth

MARK & SARAH BATORY
on Care and Recovery

JONATHAN & DENA WHITTEN
on Worship

BRYAN FINCH
on Coming to Faith

KEVIN & GRETCHEN DOBBS
on the Importance of Community

CHRIS & TINA
on Letting Go of Sin

JANE SOWLES
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