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Out With the Old

2 Corinthians 5:17-19a

"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation: that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. "

Unexpected

It’s surprising isn’t it? The Christmas season arrives each year with great expectations of family, fun, and fellowship. But then, SURPRISE! Stress, anxiety, doubt, worry, financial hardship, grief, and pain become unwelcome visitors. These aren’t the hoped for blessings of Christmas. The true Christmas narrative offers “Good news of great joy.” This Christmas season join us at Sage Hills Church as we journey through the unexpected reality of Christmas to experience hope, peace, love, and light inviting them to invade our holidays and lives.

No Shame

All throughout human history people have found their identity in the immense weight of shame and guilt. However, shame and guilt do not have the last word: Jesus does! What He speaks is a life of freedom and hope.

The Vow

Wedding vows are more than a declaration of love—they hold the keys to a strong, lasting marriage. Whether you hope to get married someday or you’ve already tied the knot, discover what The Vow can mean for the future. 

Soul Detox

In our daily lives, we unknowingly ingest regular doses of spiritual toxins that assault our relationship with Jesus Christ. In this series, we will shine light on the dark influences, emotions, and behaviors that tend to toxify our lives. The purifying wisdom of God's Word will help us to experience a soul-detox, so that we can be empowered to live pure lives and grow closer to God. Don't miss this series for your own soul's sake.

Better

Having an unshakable confidence in Jesus helps us hold on, turn to him and encourage others when times are tough.  Hebrews was probably written sometime between 65-70 AD with two important goals.  First, the author wanted to present Jesus as supreme and in every way surpassing the Old Testament system of religion.  Second, the Hebrews were challenged to remain faithful to Jesus and their New Testament faith, even in times of difficulty and persecution. 

Lessons From a King

Life is filled with great highs and depressing lows, and through it all, the Lord remains constant. The challenge for us is to praise him in the high times, seek him in the low times, and remember that he is with us no matter what. The story of David found in the Bible in 1st and 2nd Samuel gives us an opportunity to learn from a king, a man the Lord describes as being after his very heart. Join us this summer at Sage Hills Church for “Lessons from a King,” and let’s grow closer to Jesus together!

One Another

Jesus had a vision for the church, and it wasn’t to establish a place or a program. He intended that the church would be group of people that would be constantly growing and moving in his love to represent him to the world. Throughout the New Testament, God gave us the keys for how we should live with and relate to each other to glorify him and have real joy. Join us for our next series, One Another, as we explore what it looks like when we are a movement of people living out those “one another” commands in God’s Word.

Gifted

Did you know that everyone who puts their faith in Jesus is given gifts by the Holy Spirit? These gifts are given to his followers to help the world see God and experience His love. Together we’re digging into God’s Word to learn how we’re gifted by Him so that when we use our gifts we’re fulfilling our purpose AND building others up. Join us for this 4 week series!

Hope Is

For many of us, life is uncertain. We have questions. Like, will my life has purpose? Will my family be safe? Will my family be happy? The reality is these are not just questions; they are the things we try to put our hope in. Hope can be defined as “a feeling of expectation and a desire for a particular thing to happen.” When we truly know what hope is, it can lead to joy, boldness, faith, comfort, and love.  

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