SERMON SERIES: ENOUGH

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SERIES DESCRIPTION:

What's the secret to true contentment?

In the midst of a culture that trains us to constantly thirst for More, how do we develop a healthy relationship with money and possessions? 

The truth is, cultivating contentment isn't all that mysterious. In fact, God reveals 4 simple practices in Scripture that have the power to bring satisfaction, peace, and joy into even the most discontented heart. Each part of this series will explore one of them.


PART 1: SOLE PROVIDER

If there’s one thing that often keeps us from feeling as though we have enough, it’s fear that we’ll run out. This fear leads us to constantly stockpile and hoard, afraid that we won’t have enough and therefore always discontent with what we do have. Thankfully, there's a solution; and it's simpler than you think. 

8/3/14  Speaker: Justin Gerhardt


PART 2: THANKS FOR EVERYTHING

You worked hard for it, right? So don't you deserve everything you have?

If we're honest, we often feel entitled to the money, possessions, or relationships we enjoy. Sadly, the more entitled we feel, the more discontented we become. This week, we'll zero in on two words that enable us to truly enjoy what we have.

8/10/14  Speaker: Justin Gerhardt


PART 3: SCALING BACK

Here's a dangerous question: why do you have as much as you have? In this message we'll dare to ask that question. As we do, we'll take a look at one person's example that--if we'll follow it--has the power to lead us into a life filled with freedom, peace, and joy.

8/17/14  Speaker: Justin Gerhardt


PART 4: EXTRA! EXTRA!

Isn't it nice when you have extra? Sure--we all love having more than we need. But if you really want to enjoy what you've got, Jesus has an idea for you. And it doesn't have much to do with you... 

8/24/14  Speaker: Justin Gerhardt



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