Well, as it turns out, we all do. In this 3-part series, Andy Stanley shows us that the world needed Christmas, God needed Christmas, and we still need Christmas—but maybe not for the reason you think. You can fix a dent in your car and it will look as good as new. You can upgrade a shattered phone and never think twice about the older model.
But when it comes to personal problems—relational, financial, professional, or otherwise—there are no quick fixes or fresh starts. The memories, the lost potential, the hurt and regret. Well, you can. Open mouth. Insert foot. Ever said something you wish you could take back? Of course you have. We all have. Even if what you said was true, those words may have cost you your job, your reputation, or even a relationship. Conversations don't come with backspace buttons, so how do we prevent our big mouths from getting us in big trouble next time?
Andy Stanley shares the secret in this 4-part study. Humble shepherd. Gifted poet. Mighty warrior. Flawed man. Legendary leader. What do you want? Seriously…what do you want? In this 4-part study, Andy Stanley reveals how to get what you really want. Lurking in the shadows of what we want is what we value. Jesus challenged all of our assumptions about what is valuable and what is not. He pointed us toward a different kind of wanting. We all have wants.
Life can feel like a constant pursuit of those wants. We want to do what we want to do. We want constant pleasure. And we want what we want now. But actually getting what we want can be tricky. It usually leaves us wanting more. If what we want leads to a cycle of wanting more and more, maybe we want the wrong things. So, what do you want? In just three years, Jesus flipped the script on religion and created space for everyone.
We can all make some space to consider or maybe reconsider just what Jesus did and, more importantly, why.
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We all have frameworks that help us make sense out of life. For many of us, that framework is religion. But frameworks fail. Life happens. And you may be left wondering. In this 3-part series, Andy Stanley reframes faith—not around the people, institutions, and religious rules that may have caused us to wander, but instead around Jesus and the wonder of his love.
Not then. Not now. In this 3-part message series, Andy Stanley talks about the struggle against tradition in the wake of the resurrection. We were told everything in it was true and we should do our best to abide by its teachings. What was oh-so-simple then is. Big difference.
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Why is community so important to your spiritual life? God designed us that way. He wants to use other people to grow us and he wants to use us to grow other people. What does it mean to be financially balanced? In Balanced , Andy Stanley makes the case that in order to be free to truly follow Christ, you must have your finances in balance. Balanced is filled with insightful perspectives and practical exercises to build a biblical foundation for our finances.
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When applied, these laws of financial balance will transform your life and give you the freedom to be a fully devoted follower of Christ. In this 6-session, video-based study, Andy Stanley will challenge you to examine what you really believe about finances and faith. Do you ever feel like the Christian life is a long game of "Jesus Says"? Jesus says pray. Jesus says give.
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Jesus says to go to church. In this eight-session video-based Bible study, bestselling author and pastor Andy Stanley shows you that Jesus' invitation to his first-century audience was really an invitation to relationship. And it began with a simple request-follow me. Join this transformational journey through the Gospels as Andy traces Jesus' teaching on what it means to follow-and prepare to see you faith radically changed.
Author and pastor Andy Stanley is convinced that most of us are richer than we believe. But we might think, rich is the other guy. Rich is having more that we currently have. If that's the case, we can be rich and not know or feel it. We can be rich and not act like it.
And that is a problem. Everything has a starting point-your life, your relationships, your education, your career. Sometimes we forget that faith has a starting point as well. For some of us, our faith journeys began in childhood as a set of beliefs handed to us by a parent, teacher, or pastor.
Maybe you developed a framework of faith based on personal experience.
- 1. Construct a Plan of Action.
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