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This is a place where people have gathered for one purpose: to honor God. None of us are perfect. You won't find any "Super Saints" here. What you will find is a group of people who are doing the best they can to pursue God and obey His will. If you are looking for perfect people in a perfect church, this is not the place to look. If you are struggling with life and are looking for God, then you found the right place. Come enjoy a cup of coffee, join in uplifting worship, and hear a Biblical message that is relevant to your everyday life.
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We’ve all been there. The weather gets warmer, school comes to a close, vacations are planned and if we’re not careful, it’s easy to just coast our way through the summer and ignore our relationship with God and the church. It’s easy to fall into the trap of the infamous summer slump. So, the question we’re going to ponder for all of June, July, and August is this... “How can we avoid the summertime spiritual slump?”That’s why we are starting a three-month series called... “The Dog Days of Summer” and this series will be broken down into three parts. Part 1 begins on Sunday June 2nd, and I’m calling this section, “Depend”. In other words, to avoid a summertime spiritual slump, we need to depend on the only person who can truly, 100% of the time, be depended upon...His name is Jesus.In July we’ll go through Part 2 which is to “Decide”. We have to decide every single day, that we are going to be disciples of Jesus no matter what season of life we are in. And then in August, Part 3 of our study will focus on the word, “Devote”. As the early church did in Acts 2, we are to devote ourselves to God’s truth, and God’s family, God’s gifts, and ultimately God’s heart.And the hope for all of us, by the time summer wraps up, is that we’ll discover that, instead of being in a spiritual slump, we are on our way to becoming spiritually stronger than we’ve ever been.I hope that you’ll not only make Sundays a priority on your summer schedule but you’ll also use this as a way of inviting others to join you on the journey.
Hey Westside...What an amazing week this has been for us as a church family. Even though the summer vacations are upon us and lots of people are traveling, God still blew us away Sunday with an amazing service and several new families. We also had a great Hamburger Cookout after the service and fed around 75 people. A big thank you to all those who helped with that event. Our next one is scheduled for the first Sunday of August.Then, we had a great time at the Lewisville Town Square for their 4th of July Celebration. I want to give a big shout out to all our amazing volunteers who came and face painted and past out water. You all are awesome...Our Summer Sermon Series... “The Dog Days of Summer", continues tomorrow morning. I can't wait to dive in again as we discover what God has in store for us. As I mentioned last week, this is a great opportunity to be reaching out to family, friends, co-workers, actually, anyone you meet and invite them to join you on this incredible journey that God is taking us on.This week, our focus will be... "Decide to be Content". We'll be unpacking 1 Timothy 6:5-8. I would encourage you to read through this awesome chapter to prepare your heart for what God wants to do in and through your life.I know its summer, but let's do our best to pack out Westside in the morning.Jerry 
We’ve all been there. The weather gets warmer, school comes to a close, vacations are planned and if we’re not careful, it’s easy to just coast our way through the summer and ignore our relationship with God and the church. It’s easy to fall into the trap of the infamous summer slump. So, the question we’re going to ponder for all of June, July, and August is this... “How can we avoid the summertime spiritual slump?”That’s why we are starting a three-month series called... “The Dog Days of Summer” and this series will be broken down into three parts. Part 1 begins on Sunday June 2nd, and I’m calling this section, “Depend”. In other words, to avoid a summertime spiritual slump, we need to depend on the only person who can truly, 100% of the time, be depended upon...His name is Jesus.In July we’ll go through Part 2 which is to “Decide”. We have to decide every single day, that we are going to be disciples of Jesus no matter what season of life we are in. And then in August, Part 3 of our study will focus on the word, “Devote”. As the early church did in Acts 2, we are to devote ourselves to God’s truth, and God’s family, God’s gifts, and ultimately God’s heart.And the hope for all of us, by the time summer wraps up, is that we’ll discover that, instead of being in a spiritual slump, we are on our way to becoming spiritually stronger than we’ve ever been.I hope that you’ll not only make Sunday’s a priority on your summer schedule but you’ll also use this as a way of inviting others to join you on the journey.
We’ve all been there. The weather gets warmer, school comes to a close, vacations are planned and if we’re not careful, it’s easy to just coast our way through the summer and ignore our relationship with God and the church. It’s easy to fall into the trap of the infamous summer slump. So, the question we’re going to ponder for all of June, July, and August is this... “How can we avoid the summertime spiritual slump?”That’s why we are starting a three-month series called... “The Dog Days of Summer” and this series will be broken down into three parts. Part 1 begins on Sunday June 2nd, and I’m calling this section, “Depend”. In other words, to avoid a summertime spiritual slump, we need to depend on the only person who can truly, 100% of the time, be depended upon...His name is Jesus.In July we’ll go through Part 2 which is to “Decide”. We have to decide every single day, that we are going to be disciples of Jesus no matter what season of life we are in. And then in August, Part 3 of our study will focus on the word, “Devote”. As the early church did in Acts 2, we are to devote ourselves to God’s truth, and God’s family, God’s gifts, and ultimately God’s heart.And the hope for all of us, by the time summer wraps up, is that we’ll discover that, instead of being in a spiritual slump, we are on our way to becoming spiritually stronger than we’ve ever been.I hope that you’ll not only make Sunday’s a priority on your summer schedule but you’ll also use this as a way of inviting others to join you on the journey.
We’ve all been there. The weather gets warmer, school comes to a close, vacations are planned and if we’re not careful, it’s easy to just coast our way through the summer and ignore our relationship with God and the church. It’s easy to fall into the trap of the infamous summer slump. So, the question we’re going to ponder for all of June, July, and August is this... “How can we avoid the summertime spiritual slump?”That’s why we are starting a three-month series called... “The Dog Days of Summer” and this series will be broken down into three parts. Part 1 begins on Sunday June 2nd, and I’m calling this section, “Depend”. In other words, to avoid a summertime spiritual slump, we need to depend on the only person who can truly, 100% of the time, be depended upon...His name is Jesus.In July we’ll go through Part 2 which is to “Decide”. We have to decide every single day, that we are going to be disciples of Jesus no matter what season of life we are in. And then in August, Part 3 of our study will focus on the word, “Devote”. As the early church did in Acts 2, we are to devote ourselves to God’s truth, and God’s family, God’s gifts, and ultimately God’s heart.And the hope for all of us, by the time summer wraps up, is that we’ll discover that, instead of being in a spiritual slump, we are on our way to becoming spiritually stronger than we’ve ever been.I hope that you’ll not only make Sunday’s a priority on your summer schedule but you’ll also use this as a way of inviting others to join you on the journey.
We’ve all been there. The weather gets warmer, school comes to a close, vacations are planned and if we’re not careful, it’s easy to just coast our way through the summer and ignore our relationship with God and the church. It’s easy to fall into the trap of the infamous summer slump. So, the question we’re going to ponder for all of June, July, and August is this... “How can we avoid the summertime spiritual slump?”That’s why we are starting a three-month series called... “The Dog Days of Summer” and this series will be broken down into three parts. Part 1 begins on Sunday June 2nd, and I’m calling this section, “Depend”. In other words, to avoid a summertime spiritual slump, we need to depend on the only person who can truly, 100% of the time, be depended upon...His name is Jesus.In July we’ll go through Part 2 which is to “Decide”. We have to decide every single day, that we are going to be disciples of Jesus no matter what season of life we are in. And then in August, Part 3 of our study will focus on the word, “Devote”. As the early church did in Acts 2, we are to devote ourselves to God’s truth, and God’s family, God’s gifts, and ultimately God’s heart.And the hope for all of us, by the time summer wraps up, is that we’ll discover that, instead of being in a spiritual slump, we are on our way to becoming spiritually stronger than we’ve ever been.I hope that you’ll not only make Sunday’s a priority on your summer schedule but you’ll also use this as a way of inviting others to join you on the journey.
We’ve all been there. The weather gets warmer, school comes to a close, vacations are planned and if we’re not careful, it’s easy to just coast our way through the summer and ignore our relationship with God and the church. It’s easy to fall into the trap of the infamous summer slump. So, the question we’re going to ponder for all of June, July, and August is this... “How can we avoid the summertime spiritual slump?”That’s why we are starting a three-month series called... “The Dog Days of Summer” and this series will be broken down into three parts. Part 1 begins on Sunday June 2nd, and I’m calling this section, “Depend”. In other words, to avoid a summertime spiritual slump, we need to depend on the only person who can truly, 100% of the time, be depended upon...His name is Jesus.In July we’ll go through Part 2 which is to “Decide”. We have to decide every single day, that we are going to be disciples of Jesus no matter what season of life we are in. And then in August, Part 3 of our study will focus on the word, “Devote”. As the early church did in Acts 2, we are to devote ourselves to God’s truth, and God’s family, God’s gifts, and ultimately God’s heart.And the hope for all of us, by the time summer wraps up, is that we’ll discover that, instead of being in a spiritual slump, we are on our way to becoming spiritually stronger than we’ve ever been.I hope that you’ll not only make Sunday’s a priority on your summer schedule but you’ll also use this as a way of inviting others to join you on the journey.
This is a place where people have gathered for one purpose: to honor God. None of us are perfect. You won't find any "Super Saints" here. What you will find is a group of people who are doing the best they can to pursue God and obey His will. If you are looking for perfect people in a perfect church, this is not the place to look. If you are struggling with life and are looking for God, then you found the right place. Come enjoy a cup of coffee, join in uplifting worship, and hear a Biblical message that is relevant to your everyday life.
The Bible teaches that you have three enemies that are trying to mess with your life. They want to defeat you and keep you from having joy, purpose and meaning in life. The Bible calls these three enemies, the world...the Satan and the flesh (you). Now, most people think that our biggest enemy would be Satan or the world, but actually, your biggest enemy is YOU. As we read last week, Paul struggled with this as he writes in Romans 7... “I can’t figure myself out. All my best intentions aren’t good enough. I want to do the right thing but I don’t. And I don’t want to do the wrong thing but I do.” You see, the truth is, the battle for YOU, is inside of YOU and I believe that much of our unhappiness and brokenness is because we listen to us instead of listening to God.
The Bible teaches that you have three enemies that are trying to mess with your life. They want to defeat you and keep you from having joy, purpose and meaning in life. The Bible calls these three enemies, the world...the Satan and the flesh (you). Now, most people think that our biggest enemy would be Satan or the world, but actually, your biggest enemy is YOU. As we read last week, Paul struggled with this as he writes in Romans 7... “I can’t figure myself out. All my best intentions aren’t good enough. I want to do the right thing but I don’t. And I don’t want to do the wrong thing but I do.” You see, the truth is, the battle for YOU, is inside of YOU and I believe that much of our unhappiness and brokenness is because we listen to us instead of listening to God.
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