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Unanswered prayers, consequences to our choices, being treated unfairly - lots of different things can impact our faith in God. We may not have completely walked away from our faith, but our faith can be significantly damaged by our own experiences or by what we see happening to those around us. But if my trust in God has been broken, can it be repaired?
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We all have stuff that's gotten broken - dishes, toys, smartphone screens. Sometimes those things can be fixed pretty quickly; sometimes they're broken beyond repair. Starting this Sunday at Flagstone, we're going to talk about things in our lives that may have gotten broken - a friendship, a marriage, our spirit, our faith. Join us as we talk about how God can fix what's damaged in our lives, even when we think it's beyond repair.
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Join us as Paul Crites, a Church of Christ missionary based in San Cristobal, Guatamala, leads us through the importance of mission work, and shares updates with current progress and efforts that Flagstone members took part in over the last couple of years.
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Innovators and marketing folks are always trying to find the kinds of products people will want to purchase in the near future. They try to create products and services that people will "need" before they even realize they need it. We have a God who is constantly aware of our needs and often begins to provide for us long before we even realize what the need is. Join us at Flagstone, and together we'll find out more about The Lord Who Provides for us.
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Lots of different character traits are used to define God by both Christians and non-Christians - Father, Judge, Forgiving, Vengeful. One that may not be the first to come to mind is Healer, and yet healing people's physical or emotional struggles is one of the things we see God doing most often in the Bible. Join us at Flagstone as we take a closer look at The Lord Who Heals.
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Moses once called God a "banner." This odd name doesn't make much sense to use today, but there is a significance to it. Join us and find out why this name matters to us.
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God sees the good and the bad, our victories and our failures, the things we're proud of and the things we wish we hadn't done. He sees it all and loves us all no matter what. Join us as we remind ourselves how awesome it is to be loved by the God Who Sees.
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When we were kids, we didn't have to keep a promise if we had our fingers crossed when we made the promise. Some of us may still struggle to consistently keep our word, and yet we get frustrated with others who don't actually do what they say they're going to do. Join us this Sunday at Flagstone as we look at one of God's names - El Shaddai - and discover that through that name God confirms that He always keeps His promises.
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There are dozens of different names for God in the Bible, but there is one that He specifically told His people He wanted them to call Him - Yahweh. What does that name mean, and why is it important for us today to know God by that name?
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You may not have realized it, but there are multiple names that are attributed to God throughout the Bible. Learning what some of these names mean can not only help us have a clearer picture of who God is but can help us have a better understanding of how God interacts with us as well. Join us at Sundays at Flagstone as we discover together the identity of God by taking a closer look at several of His names.
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