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To stand or to kneel - That is the question that the country is asking. I wonder what Jesus would say to all this. I think God has already spoken. I won’t give the message in this email because I want to give it in person this week at The Net!

Our new series begins this Sunday and is called “Game Plan!” The series idea although wrapped in a football theme is taken from Hebrews 12 in which the author uses the metaphor of a race to teach us God’s simple plan for our lives. God tells this story in a hundred different ways throughout scripture, but I love the way He tells it in the book of Hebrews. This week’s message title is “Forward Progress!” We need forward progress in our culture. We need it in Huntsville and you and I need forward progress in our own lives. If we follow Christ, we will make forward progress.

In this divisive culture that we live in, I only see one solution. There is only one way forward for Americans and only one way to bring unity to millions of people who are now separated by seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Jesus is the answer! It may seem simplistic, but it is the truth. We need His powerful, unifying, and creative words to lead us Home. We need to come to the place where we all can sit at the same table and fulfill the vision that Jesus had when He said, “Everyone is welcome at my Father’s table.”

Join us this week at The Net where EVERYONE is welcome! 10:30, Stone Event Center located at Campus 805.
God makes invisible things visible! It was the very first thing He did when He began creation. He spoke and His invisible words became visible. He said, “let there be light” and there was light. By His words, He spoke the universe into existence. And then He made Himself visible to us in Jesus. In fact, the scripture says that Jesus was actually the one who created all things and He became flesh (visible). When God speaks, His words create something out of nothing. Could you use some of God’s creative words in your life?

There is an amazing thing that happens when we listen to God and act on what He says. We begin to bring the invisible words of God to life! When we read the words of Jesus from the Bible and do what they say, relationships are mended and broken hearts are made whole again. Wisdom becomes our guide and our lives and the lives of those around us are changed. Doing what God says is putting our faith to work! Hebrews 11 says that faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. Our faith in God and what He says makes the invisible promises of God become visible.

Come join us this week and let’s begin together to make God’s dreams a reality! And by doing that we will find our own destiny. 10:30 at the Stone Center located at Campus 805

See you there!
Our “Can Do” series is about coming to the realization that we can do the things that God has planned for us. It could be difficult to imagine that God has amazing things for us to accomplish. It may be even more difficult to imagine that He envisions us as strong, faithful, and influential people who have His power working in us and through us for others. But it’s true! And if we find that path that He has laid out before us, our lives and the lives of many others will change and His love, grace, compassion, power and goodness will materialize. Things will change.

Don’t miss the excitement of this adventure. Come and join us for the ride of your life. We are a growing, diverse family of loving Jesus followers. We love everyone and all are welcome at The Net! Come and join us and bring a friend. We worship Sunday mornings at 10:30 at the Stone Center located on Campus 805. See you Sunday!
We are so excited! We are moving to our new and permanent location at the Stone Event Center at Campus 805. We are just three days away and we can’t wait!

This week, we begin a new series called “Can Do!” God is just waiting for people who will say yes to Him. He wants His will and His vision to be accomplished more than we can imagine. We have taken our Purpose Statement straight from Jesus. He said the two greatest commandments were to love God with everything we have and to love each other as we love ourselves. So, we do two things at The Net: we worship God and help people. These are two things that God enthusiastically supports! We have seen His hand move in our favor since we started almost five months ago and we can’t wait to see His plan unfold as we follow Him.

God has a plan for you! Come and join in what He is doing as we continue to put our love into action through Purpose Groups and our faithful pursuit of God in worship.

See you Sunday! 10:30 at The Stone Center at Campus 805!
Jesus said to the woman caught in adultery, “Where are your accusers? Has no one condemned you?” “No one, Lord,” she answered.

There are enough accusers in the world. There have been too many in the church. I wish we would all take Jesus’ lead and love each other instead of pointing the finger. If God knew the end at the beginning and He knew we would sin, why did He create us in the first place? Jesus loves the act of redemption. I wish we all loved forgiveness more than accusation. I wish I was quicker with grace than judgment. The irony is that sin, the thing we are so quick to condemn the other person for, is the culprit in our own hearts that causes us to judge the other person. Let’s make a change!

This week is our last week at Huntsville Middle School. Next Sunday the 10th, we will begin in our new location at the Stone Center at Campus 805! We are so excited! God has blessed us in so many ways to be able to make this move! We will have the opportunity to love more people through our Purpose Groups that we just introduced last Sunday. I think it’s fitting to prepare our hearts this week with the compassion of Jesus. So, we will be talking about how to do away with pointing the finger as the scripture talks about. Also, wouldn’t it be great to have a circle of friends who love and support you without passing judgement? We are a family of people who love God and each other.

Come and join us. We will welcome you with open arms! Huntsville Middle School, this Sunday, 10:30 am. See you there! Check out our three new purpose groups below.
Jesus said to the woman caught in adultery, “Where are your accusers? Has no one condemned you?” “No one, Lord,” she answered.
 
There are enough accusers in the world. There have been too many in the church. I wish we would all take Jesus’ lead and love each other instead of pointing the finger. If God knew the end at the beginning and He knew we would sin, why did He create us in the first place? Jesus loves the act of redemption. I wish we all loved forgiveness more than accusation. I wish I was quicker with grace than judgment. The irony is that sin, the thing we are so quick to condemn the other person for, is the culprit in our own hearts that causes us to judge the other person. Let’s make a change!
 
This week is our last week at Huntsville Middle School. Next Sunday the 10th, we will begin in our new location at the Stone Center at Campus 805! We are so excited! God has blessed us in so many ways to be able to make this move! We will have the opportunity to love more people through our Purpose Groups that we just introduced last Sunday. I think it’s fitting to prepare our hearts this week with the compassion of Jesus. So, we will be talking about how to do away with pointing the finger as the scripture talks about. Also, wouldn’t it be great to have a circle of friends who love and support you without passing judgement? We are a family of people who love God and each other.
 
Come and join us. We will welcome you with open arms! Huntsville Middle School, this Sunday, 10:30 am. See you there! Check out our three new purpose groups below.
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