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Meat For The Week · April 26, 2018

1 Thessalonians 5:15 Recently, I read about the origin of Mother’s Day. I was fascinated to discover that the day was created in 1908, by a lady names Anna Jarvis, to commemorate her mother who had passed away. She wanted to honor her mother’s legacy as a peace activist and encourage women to pursue similar […]

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Confessions of the worst mom in Houston

By: Hannah White Earlier tonight, in an effort to let my kids enjoy a piece of Houston history, we loaded up and headed to NRG for #domecoming. After getting there, getting parked, and walking in, we found ourselves waiting in line, with all of Houston, to experience the 8th Wonder of The World. Everything started […]

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Meat For The Week · February 7, 2018

Hebrews 10:23-25 Over the past few weeks, our Sunday messages have centered around facing the “giants” in our lives. Each of us face trials, have burdens, or get stressed out by all sorts of things. But, one of the most beautiful aspects of our relationship with Christ is finding peace and hope in His promises. […]

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Meat For The Week · February 1, 2018

John 16:33 Have you ever heard the idiom, “you win some, you lose some”? It is a nicer way of saying, “eventually everyone is a loser”. While it’s true that we all experience loss, knowing that we are in good company doesn’t seem to lessen the sting of failure. Loosing stinks. But, while knowing that […]

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Meat For The Week · January 24, 2018

Hebrews 4:15-16 When was the last time you took a break? Like, really enjoyed a day off? Did you know that REST is actually a biblically mandated privilege for those who know Christ? Enjoying rest is something that the apostle, Paul, declares as promised to us when we are in relationship with Christ (Hebrews 3 […]

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Meat For The Week · January 17, 2018

Colossians 3:16-17 Have you ever felt tired and empty? Do you feel that way right now? Even with the best of intentions, we can easily run ourselves dry. It takes work to be an attentive family member, faithful friend, solid employee, and thoughtful philanthropist all the time. We want to live a Christ-centered life, but […]

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