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Our next struggle in life (or “cliff”) that tries to steal our joy is dealing with relationships. Many people shared they are struggling in their marriage, parent/ child relationships, singleness, friendships, and other areas when it comes to finding community.

If you find yourself struggling in any of these areas, this study is for you. Paul gives us a great block of advice in Ephesians that we will study to find freedom in our relationships.

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The last couple months, we have been exploring different areas that empower of within the Great Commission as we mobilize into our callings.

This week’s message (while it serves also as a stand alone message) ushers us into the next steps as we come together. When we work together within the local church body, we work together in the Church as a whole, and partner with help ministries that make a difference in our community…. we start to see what God has started us towards during this season.

Some have moved in directions while some pulled back but either way, dig in for an encouraging yet honest look at moving beyond ourselves into impacting this world…. together.

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Pastor Tom returns from a period of sabbatical to reveal the next season at The Shepherd’s Fellowship. Last year, God led us to focus on the very foundation of the church and each other through the Word. This year, we move to mobilize!

Maybe you have a bad impression of Christians and the church because in your past, it never lived up to the hype.

Maybe you have been a Christian for years and even grew up in church but wondered why the church was not making the difference in the world you felt it should.

Maybe you are on fire for the Lord and either need encouragement as He leads or feel He’s leading you to a new step or level.

Then we hope you jump in to catch the vision of the next couple months as we dive into these and many more areas of being mobilized to live “Beyond Church”!

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When we were young, we would chant the age old phrase “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” However, when we are honest about it, we know that rings hollow when it comes to our hearts.

One of the most powerful skills we have is our speech; power to heal and power to destroy. The Bible is clear in it’s encouragement and instruction of how to handle our words.

Dig in for some healing on your hurts and to explore how you can be one who speaks life into the darkness of hurting lives around you (and at times, in your own life).

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