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The Good Life Vlog | Pt. III

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Continuing the encouragement for this chaotic time! Check out Pt. IV, the final piece, tomorrow morning!...

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The Good Life Vlog | Pt. I

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Join Pastor Tommy as he films a series of blogs as he unpacks some encouragement from Psalm 23 as is pertains to our daily lives....

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The Good Life Vlog | Pt. II

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Has this been a really long week for you? Tune in for some encouragement from Pastor Tommy!...

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Who's Got Your Back


I’ll bet you’ve never seen a wild sheep. Think about it. We see wild dogs, wild cats, wild pigs (especially here in central FL). You probably see wild horses if you live out west. On their own, they’re fine. They’ll find a way to survive. But sheep? Not a chance. ...

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The Good Life


We’re facing a unique cultural challenge. Americans are more connected but feel lonely, isolated, and depressed. We’re safer than we’ve ever been, but have grown more anxious and afraid. We can access a global network of endless information, yet we’re confused and misinformed. Therapy, 12-step programs, online courses and a gazillion books are available. But Americ...

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Have you ever heard, or maybe even thought: “I want Jesus to come back, but first I really want to experience _____.” What occupies your blank? Marriage? Sex? Children? Retirement? Some kind of bucket list item like skydiving, hiking the Appalachian Trail, seeing the Grand Canyon, or climbing Mt. Everest? Those sound amazing. But do we really think God would allow some...

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Disarming Doubt


The French philosopher René Descartes summed up the Enlightenment when he said, “I doubt, therefore I think.” You know the rest of his statement. “I think, therefore I am.” In other words, doubting is part of being human. It’s at the core of our existence. Because of life’s relentless disappointments, we’re naturally skeptics. Doubt comes easy for us in...

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