We always seem to get caught up in one of them. Yesterday paralyzes us with past failures. Today makes us too comfortable with where we are. Tomorrow denies urgency and makes empty promises. The enemy, and ourselves, always seems to want to talk about just these things. But what does our identity in Christ have to say about it?

Week 1 • The King Inside
3.2.14
To kick off the new series, Pastor Hunter preached on the potential that lays inside all of us as children of God, and what holds us back. He revealed how deception – from the enemy, the world, and ourselves – is ultimately what limits us, and the liberation from it that is found in the Gospel.

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Week 2 • Yesterday: In Christ, Case Closed
3.9.14
Week 2 of our series had us examining Yesterday – a place typically characterized by shame, condemnation, and guilt. Pastor Hunter preached on what Jesus has already done for us, and how God’s answer to our shame is always: “Who told you that?”

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Week 3 • Today: What People Think of Me
3.2.14
In week 3, we had the privilege of hearing from Pastor Craig Groeschel of LifeChurch.tv in Oklahoma on the subject of people pleasing. Pastor Craig showed us how the quickest way to think less of what other people think of us, is to think more of what God thinks of us.

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Week 4 • Today: What God Thinks of Me
3.23.14
Pastor Hunter continued to look at Today for week 4 of our series, and at how insecurity affects our ability to correctly define our identity. He examined the ego, idolatry, and what God has to say about us – when He’s given His rightful place in our lives.

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Week 5 • Tomorrow: Let Love Turn It Out
3.30.14
Week 5 of this powerful series had us exploring the fear that can consume, bind, and even define us. But as Pastor Hunter showed us, in Christ we are able to go to the end of our fears with no anxiety, knowing that God has already proclaimed a better word over us and our lives.


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Week 6 • Tomorrow: Through Fear, In Faith
4.6.14
In the final week of our series, Pastor Hunter talked about how God never calls us to avoid our fear, but rather to move through it. Through the Parable of Talents we saw how God invites us to be fruitful by being faithful, and stepping through our fear.

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