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Grace (8/20/17) SERIES: Unresolved

Posted on August 26th, by dhamilton in Listen. No Comments

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We wrap up our series as well as the life of Absalom, taking a look at 2 Samuel 18 and the unresolved grace David had for his son and what unresolved grace does and should do to us.


Grace (8/20/17) SERIES: Unresolved

Posted on August 26th, by dhamilton in Video, Watch. No Comments

We wrap up our series as well as the life of Absalom, taking a look at 2 Samuel 18 and the unresolved grace David had for his son and what unresolved grace does and should do to us.



Stem Cells & End Of Life Care (11/13/16) SERIES: FAQ 2016

Posted on November 25th, by dhamilton in Video, Watch. No Comments

In today’s message we are dealing with the controversial topics of stem cell research and end-of-life care. Both topics deal with the same issue of life. And they both deal with two important questions: How far should we go to preserve life? And when can we end it? Check it out!



Stem Cells & End Of Life Care (11/13/16) SERIES: FAQ 2016

Posted on November 25th, by dhamilton in Listen. No Comments

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In today’s message we are dealing with the controversial topics of stem cell research and end-of-life care. Both topics deal with the same issue of life. And they both deal with two important questions: How far should we go to preserve life? And when can we end it? Check it out!


Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes (4/10/16) SERIES: Being Faithful in a Faithless World

Posted on April 10th, by dhamilton in Listen. No Comments

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It’s easy to say how we think we will react in difficult situations. We can create all kinds plans. It might sound good on paper, but it never works that way in real life. How do we react in faith when faced with problems too big for us to handle?


Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes (4/10/16) SERIES: Being Faithful in a Faithless World

Posted on April 10th, by dhamilton in Video, Watch. No Comments

It’s easy to say how we think we will react in difficult situations. We can create all kinds plans. It might sound good on paper, but it never works that way in real life. How do we react in faith when faced with problems too big for us to handle?



Mother’s Day & Learning to Pray Effectively

Posted on May 20th, by admin in Listen. No Comments

For Mother’s Day, Kent talked about how to pray effectively.  Most of us have at least tried praying at times, but often times the experience comes up dry.  Kent explores 3 reasons people often times struggle to find movement in their prayer life and encourages us with what we can do about it.

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A Review on Sin…

Posted on May 2nd, by admin in The Church. No Comments

I’m not going to take a long time to discuss sin, but I do think it’s important that we get a correct perspective on it.  First of all, sin is usually fun – come on, you know you’ve wanted to say that for a long time, but were afraid the religious might be listening in.  Sin, is usually fun at first.  It’s fun because we are fulfilling our selfish desires and I like to like “me”.  I actually think a lot of people view God as a this huge “killjoy” in the sky, whose main pledge in life is not let anyone have any fun.  “No drugs, no sex, no drinking…”  That’s the line they believe God is toting, and the whole reason behind it, is because He wants to keep us from having any fun in life.

The problem is, … Read More »



Forgivenining… Is that a Word?

Posted on April 30th, by Kent Wagner in Equipping, The Church, Thoughts. No Comments

Boy, God has been working on me with Forgiveness…  It seems like there are times where He uses things that are arbitrary and benign to bring up issues of massive proportion.  For me, it wasn’t a sermon at a church, or a conversation with a friend – it was simply a passing moment on Facebook.  I saw one image that brought up a flood of unresolved forgiveness issues.  I suppose that’s how God likes to work, He catches us off guard so He can do the necessary clean up in our lives without a whole lot of resistance.

I literally was shaken to realize how much anger and hurt I had in side of me.  Do you know what I mean?  I’m guessing we have all felt that at one point or another.  But for me, it was shocking – I … Read More »



Decoding Epic, the 10 Key’s to our DNA – #8

Posted on April 19th, by Kent Wagner in Epic Church. No Comments

Well, here we are again, looking at what makes Epic Church in Wichita, KS, Epic! You might think that it’s our rockin worship or super applicable preaching. But, to really figure out what makes Epic, Epic, you have to look beneath the surface at our DNA, and that’s just what we are doing in this series of posts! So, here we go:

#8: We don’t fake it – we are not arrived, but arriving

Have you ever known a “poser”? One of those guys who always talks like they have it together, everything in their life is great… They’ve got all the money they could handle and were almost a pro in any sport they played, but some unfortunate accident happened that cut their career short. I’m not too keen on people who try … Read More »






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