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Dr. Jim Mann - 01/08/2023

Wanderlust

Stability begins by being rooted. Rooted in God’s word. Rooted and connected to other people. Even rooted in place. It promotes health – spiritual, emotional, social, and physical – when we’re like trees planted beside flowing streams. On the other hand, the enemy loves instability. He wants us disconnected. He wants us indecisive. He wants us unsatisfied, looking for greener pastures. He’d have us blown around like chaff in the wind. But that is not our lot. We’ve been given the freedom to quit running. The freedom to stay. The freedom for God to use us where he’s planted us.

Scripture References: Luke 8:26-39, Psalms 1:1-6

From Series: "The Power of Place"

We live in an increasingly mobile society. With the advances in technology and the increase in Americans working from home, it’s easier than ever to move, explore new places, and bounce around. But this freedom of movement comes with a cost…we're lonely and unfulfilled, disconnected, and unsatisfied. What is the missing piece? In this sermon series, The Power of Place, Dr. Jim Mann will discusses the counter-cultural idea of staying put and growing roots.

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