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100 Huntley Street - October 13, 2020
Today's You Were Seen moment with #1 New York Times Bestselling author and this generation’s favorite inspirational storyteller, Karen Kingsbury. http://youwereseen.ca http://karenkingsbury.com
Henry and Alex Seeley
In our constant search for a life filled with blessing and abundance, we often follow our human instinct - and then wonder why we come up short. God always has a better idea. And it most often requires us to move in the opposite direction. In her latest book The Opposite Life, pastor and author Alex Seeley explains the secret to living a powerful and abundant life through the upside-down kingdom of God. Each chapter unpacks the opposite-life principles that begin with our way of thinking and yield miraculous results. They include: • death vs. life • fear vs. faith • last vs. first • love vs. hate • worry vs. worship • give vs. receive • impossible vs. possible • We all want the blessed life but sometimes go about it in the wrong way. God’s promises are conditional. He says follow me, and I will change your weakness into strength, your foolishness into wisdom, and your nothing into everything. http://alexseeley.com http://thebelonging.co
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100 Huntley Street - October 12, 2020
Panelists Danielle Strickland, Abisola Onatoye, Hannah McNeilly, Mirna Dirani and Maya share about a new movement called Amplify Peace. Amplify Peace is a global movement that promotes the principles of peacemaking through the teachings of Jesus to create change in our world. We bel...
100 Huntley Street - October 9, 2020
GEMS Girls’ Clubs is a place for girls to belong and be loved. At a club, girls in first through eighth grade are welcomed into a vibrant community of mentors and peers who genuinely care about them. GEMS is an exciting, safe environment for girls to learn about God, His Word, and H...
100 Huntley Street - October 8, 2020
As COVID-19 spreads across the globe, one thing is obvious: it always brings conflict with it. Stress, fear, exhaustion, anger, and sorrow are at an all-time high, sparking all sorts of relational fires in our marriages, households, churches, families, and friendships. Though we all w...