Crave

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In recent years “adulting” has entered the popular vocabulary. It’s usually used to describe the mundane, but responsible behaviors our society has come to expect from independent adults. While we might understand these social norms, and most of us understand the impact of aging, many of us don’t know what it looks like to be spiritually mature. Join us on Sunday at 10am as we explore what it means to crave maturity.

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We may not all like sports, but we understand the difference between being "in the game" and "in the stands" watching the game. The Church is not designed to be a spectator sport, but rather a mission we all participate in together. The mission of God is to shine the light of Jesus and His Kingdom all the time and in every way. Do you crave an opportunity to be "in the game?" Join us Sunday at 10am as we spotlight a couple ministries at CofH (including the team who recently returned from Haiti) and see that God designed each of us to participate in His work, not merely to be spectators of His work.

What do we crave? Are our cravings healthy or do they lead us into controlling and destructive thoughts and behaviors? How do we learn to crave the "pure spiritual milk" that we talked about last Sunday which nourishes us and helps us to grow? Join us as we explore the importance of craving a relationship with Jesus. We will discover that only through a deep and personal friendship with Jesus can we realize true spiritual growth that results in joy, peace, and purpose in our life.

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Most of us understand our physical cravings for certain foods, but do we understand our spiritual cravings? If we simply give into whatever cravings we have, we end up consuming unhealthy, ungodly, destructive things. If we learn to channel our cravings toward godly things, the best things in life become more attainable. Join us as we begin the new year identifying the things we need to crave in order to become who God wants us to become.