Real Talk

Our society is changing everyday. It’s good for us to stop every once in a while to make sure we understand the world around us….and our place in it. One way we can do that is by asking good questions, and if we’re lucky, finding trustworthy answers. This series addresses several questions that seem to be getting a lot of attention and weighing on many people’s hearts and minds.

Week 1 Message- Commitment Issues?

Date- May 6th & 7th, 2017

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Speaker- Rusty Coram

t seems there are not many things in our lives with sticking power. We seek things that are mobile, wireless –  even disposable. There are still some things that are worthy of our dedication and loyalty. Among these is family, friendship and faith.

Week 2 Message- A Woman’s Place Is In The…?

Date- May 13th & 14th, 2017

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Speaker- Rusty Coram

The news is full of stories of women who are shattering stereotypes and glass ceilings every day. Whether in the workplace or on the home front, women are every bit as capable as their male counterparts. Today we celebrate their accomplishments as newsworthy, but also as quite normal.

Week 3 Message- What's Love Go To Do With It?

Date- May 20th & 21st, 2017

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Speaker- Rusty Coram

The face of what ‘normal’ looks like in our culture is one of the most fluid and divisive topics out there. Biblical truth is steadfast, but so is our call to love all people. This week we’ll talk about how to reconcile what we believe with how we treat those we encounter every day.

Week 4 Message- Fact or Fiction

Date- May 27th & 28th, 2017

Key Verse(s)-  Psalm 23:6

Speaker- Rusty Coram

There’s a big difference between the barrage of information we receive each day and the truth. Regardless of the subject, we’re all regular victims of ‘media spin’. It’s difficult to know what sources are trustworthy and which are filtered to fit a particular agenda. Is finding unbiased information even possible?

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