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  • Audience of 1 (Week5)

    Audience Of 1 (Week 5)

    February 1:  Iron Sharpens Iron
    (Relational Resiliency)  Notes / Podcast

    God didn’t design us to do life alone. Yet all too often in life or in the face of adversity, we don’t rely on those God has placed in our life. Why is that? Fear of rejection, being called out, or is it sinful pride? Living for our Audience of 1 and being resilient spiritually, emotionally, and physically requires that we utilize the Christian relationships God has placed in our life because iron sharpens iron, 2 is better than 1, and a cord of 3 strands is not easily broken.  

  • Audience of 1 (Week 4)

    Audience Of 1 (Week 4)

    January 25:  The Temple
    (Physical Resiliency)  Notes / Podcast

    We know most New Year’s resolutions involve our bodies…“I am going to lose 20 pounds…exercise more and eat better…stop smoking…drink less…deal with my addiction to _______”. Doctor’s preach it and research backs it up, taking care of our bodies is important. Yet, why is it that so many people fail in these areas? Perhaps at the top of the list is our motivation - who we are doing it for? Knowing whose temple your body is vital and changes our reason for being physically resilient.  

  • Audience of 1 (Series Summary & Week 1)

    Audience Of 1 (Week 1)

    January 4:  Who are you playing for? (Resiliency)  Notes / Podcast

    In life, who is your audience? Or who is it that are you playing for that drives your decisions and choices - the approval of others or an audience of one? When it is for God who is the audience of one, our lives will look differently and will impact the lives of all those we come into contact with.  

    Audience Of 1 (Series Summary)

    • January 4:  Who are you playing for? (Resiliency)
    • January 11:  Good, Better, Best (Spiritual Resiliency)
    • January 18:  The Power of 1 (Emotional Resiliency)
    • January 25:  The Temple (Physical Resiliency)
    • February 1:  Transformation (Relational Resiliency)

    When a new year begins, many of us make resolutions to change things in our life. Why is is that we make those resolutions to change? We ask ourselves questions like, “What do I want to change?” and “If I make this change, will it please my boss or spouse?" All too often the reasons for our resolutions and the motivation behind them is misplaced. As we start the new year perhaps we should ask ourselves some different questions like, Who am I playing for? or "What do I need to resolve to do to be the person God wants me to be?” In this 5 week series we will look at how God would have us answer those questions so that the life we live and the resolutions we make reflect the reality that we live our life for an Audience of One!