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Recent Worship Service Series
Jesus does not want more from you. Now, that is good news because, well – let’s be honest…most days we feel like we have tapped out. The pace and pressure of life wears us down. In this series we find a way to keep all the icky stuff in life in perspective…so if you are ready to say goodbye to discouragement, frustration, fear, and isolation – then this series is for you. The truth is Jesus does not want more from you – Jesus desires MORE OF you…and understanding that makes all the difference!
A collection of worship services that weren’t part of a theme. Stand alone, one week services.
Dialing Up Destiny is your invitation to adventure this Summer! This series, with a clear cut Indiana Jones type of theme, invites you to tackle your faith with a sense of discovery, wonderment, and exploration. This is an aggressive series that enables you to choose to take your faith to a new depth. So get ready – your destiny awaits – dial it up and live the adventure.
You may have noticed, you may have missed it, you may have been wide awake, or you may have been asleep for it. Where you realize it or not, last night became this morning and tomorrow arrived at midnight. As a person trying to live life, that means that what we do with today matters. After all, you were given it to live… and what we do today gets us ready for the next and the next. When we see how God has blessed us we can’t waste a day… so let’s get ready to Bring on Tomorrow!
Recent Sonrise & CORE Studies
What we say reflects who we really are. In the way we speak, people can see if we are choosing to live life blessed or are settling for less. Join us in this Core series where we will discover how to bless others at a level we never have before.
The CORE study is entitled – Extra Elephants – Who knew there were this many elephants in one room?
This series is designed to get you thinking about stuff that we need to talk about that on one wants to talk about it.
This is an explosive look into discovering who we really are. It has been a study that is years in development and may just ignite within you an entirely new way of looking at your calling, your character, and the culture that we live in. This is not for the faint of heart, because as we discover out identity in Jesus we also discover that wrapped in that identity is a call to be more than we ever thought we might be
Our CORE study is takes a look at Florida Man & Woman plus some thinking about something that might be revolutionary and even offensive to some people. Not you of course, but some people. We are going to move past religious chit chat and take a real look at some usually unmentioned thoughts about SIN
Recent Church @ 434 in Motion
In this episode of “Gee Creek Christmas,” we discuss favorite Christmas movies and suggest some overlooked holiday gems. A couple mentioned include: the 1934 film “Babes in Toyland” starring Laurel and Hardy and the 1940 movie “Remember the Night” with Barbara Stanwyck and Fred McMurray. We conclude by encouraging you to explore new Christmas movies for a fresh and enjoyable holiday experience.
In this episode, we revisit a Christmas celebration in the White House in 1902 when President Theodore Roosevelt banned Christmas trees due to conservation concerns. However, his sons, Archie and Quentin, secretly brought a tree into the White House, prompting a surprising turn of events. Jeff encourages viewers to stay open-minded and discover new aspects of Christmas, emphasizing the element of surprise during the holiday season.
In this episode, we share a historical anecdote from 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln’s son, Tad, befriended a turkey named Jack. Jeff draws a parallel to the Christmas message of pardon and forgiveness through Jesus, encouraging viewers to celebrate their own pardon and the gift of eternal life.
In this episode, we reflect on the extreme measures people have taken in pursuit of popular Christmas gifts, citing incidents related to the PlayStation 3 and Cabbage Patch Kids. Jeff highlights the risks and chaos caused by the quest for the perfect gift, emphasizing the importance of the true Christmas spirit rooted in love. He encourages viewers to focus on sharing the love of Jesus as the ultimate and meaningful gift, reminding them that love, though priceless, always comes with a cost.