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In this four-part January series, we’ve invited distinguished authors and teachers from around North America along with our Lead Pastor AJ Sherrill to invite us into rethinking peace in a war-torn world. Jonathan Merritt, Lisa Sharon Harper, Rich Villodas, and AJ Sherrill will teach at our 10am Gatherings and guide our conversation as we dream of an increase in shalom. This will be a great series in which to invite friends who are wrestling with similar longings for peace.

Latest Teachings In Series

  • Waging Peace – Ephesians 4

    January 27, 2019
  • Waging Peace – Mark 4

    January 20, 2019
  • Waging Peace – Genesis 2

    January 13, 2019
  • Waging Peace – Donkeys, Dopamine and Disillusionment – Matthew 21:1-11

    January 06, 2019

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