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Fear Not

Whether it’s public speaking or claustrophobia everyone is afraid of something. Our fears, though personal, are not typically unique. Fear always attacks us right where our faith lives and keeps us from stepping into the plans God has for us. Yet when it comes to our relationship with God, the risk of stepping into our fears is always worth the reward. We see this most clearly through the Christmas story where ordinary people address fear in an extraordinary way.

From this Series

What Others Think

November 29, 2015 by Jason Castelli Message 1 of 3

One of the greatest insecurities we wrestle with is what do other people think of me? Our culture is obsessed with appearance management. No matter how painful or difficult our circumstances, we are careful to put up a front and fake it so others don’t see our less than picture perfect lives. When we live with this fear we become obsessed with what others think about us and give less and less thought to what God thinks about us. For Joseph, obeying God meant he would have to risk his reputation. The same is true for any of us who want to listen to God and do what He says. If we’re going to follow Jesus, we have to risk being misunderstood to make a difference.

Life Not Working Out

December 6, 2015 by Dan White Message 2 of 3

What do you do when your prayers go unanswered? Zechariah and Elizabeth were a godly couple. They served God wholeheartedly and asked God for children. Many years passed before God answered their prayers for a child. We'll see through a powerful set of circumstances Zechariah discovers that God delivers on His promises, every time.

What God Thinks of Me

December 13, 2015 by Jason Castelli Message 3 of 3

When God hatched his rescue plan by becoming a helpless baby, the first people to be notified were the last people you’d expect. The birth of Jesus Christ was the ultimate invitation for those on the fringes to become friends of God. Through God’s invitation to those who were all but invisible we learn that there is good news for those who are far from God.