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Standing Still Is What Keeps Me Standing
November 24, 2015 06:04 AM PST
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This is the last installment in our series entitled "Fight or Flight." During our discussion, we've found out that both mechanisms are necessary for human survival. However, sometimes the perceived threat is so intense that it triggers a freeze response in man. Stay tuned and discover how being still is also a mechanism that may save one's life.

Changing the Flight Plan
November 19, 2015 04:26 AM PST
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Naom Chomsky once said, "Changes and progress very rarely are gifts from above. They come out of struggles from below." During this sermon, Pastor Tim illustrates how our present conflicts birth a necessary change for our preservation: Flight.

I'm Running For My Life
November 09, 2015 05:49 AM PST
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Today, we dissect 2 Timothy 2:19-26. The pathway of righteousness isn't smooth sailing. More often than not, it is laced with threats and traps. With this view in mind, Paul writes to Timothy with urgency. When drama comes knocking at the door, Paul suggests that it isn't confronted. In fact, he articulates that sometimes it is best to walk or run away.

The Rules Of Engagement
November 02, 2015 02:22 PM PST
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Today, we begin a series entitled "Fight or Flight." As we educate ourselves on how to handle perceived threats, we will exam what the scriptures say about the subject. In 1 Timothy, Paul encourages his son in the gospel to defend the faith. However, in order to contend with the enemy in a Godly way, he must learn the rules of engagement.