Slide1We’ve all been amazed when one player or even one play changes a game or a team. We call it a ‘Game Changer.’

In life, we have ‘Game Changers.’ Our attitudes determine how we play the game of life. In November our weekend services will uncover Biblical attitudes that we all desire to be part of our life.

Below is a list of our service times and the topics presented.

Saturday, Nov 5 – Love: I’m becoming a person who sacrificially and unconditionally loves and forgives others (1 John 4:10-12).

Sunday, Nov 6 am – Joy:   I’m becoming a person of inner contentment and purpose in spite of my circumstances (John 15:11).

Sunday, Nov 6 pm – Peace: I’m becoming a person free from anxiety because things are right between myself and others (Philippians 4:6-7).

Saturday, Nov 12 – PatienceI’m becoming a person who takes a long time to overheat and endure patiently under the unavoidable pressures of life (Proverbs 14:29).

Sunday, Nov 13 am – FaithfulnessI’m becoming a person who has established a good name with God and with others based on my long-term loyalty to those relationships (Proverbs 3:3-4).

Sunday, Nov 13 pm – GentlenessI’m becoming a thoughtful person, considerate and calm in dealing with others (Philippians 4:5).

Saturday, Nov 19 – Gratitude: I’m becoming a grateful person who recognizes and expresses appreciation for all the benefits I have received from God and from others (1 Thess. 5:18).

Sunday, Nov 20 am – Kindness/GoodnessI’m becoming a person who chooses to do the right things in my relationships with others (1 Thessalonians 5:15).

Saturday, Nov 26 – Self-ControlI’m becoming a person with power, through Christ, to control myself (Titus 2:11-13).

Sunday, Nov 27 am – HopeI’m becoming a person who can cope with the hardships of life and with death because of the hope I have in Jesus Christ (Hebrews 6:19-20).

Sunday, Nov 27 pm – HumilityI’m becoming a person who chooses to esteem others above myself (Philippians 2:3-4).

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