God Never Said That

Have you ever wondered if the guidance you are giving or receiving is actually true? What if God never said those things? In this 4-part series entitled "God Never Said That" we set the record straight regarding some popular misconceptions or misquotes of Biblical truth.

  1. God Won't Give Me More Than I Can Handle (SERMON)

    May 8, 2016
    Have you ever wondered if the guidance you are giving or receiving is actually true? What if God never said those things? Today we kick off a 4-part series entitled God Never Said That where we set the record straight regarding some popular misconceptions or misquotes of Biblical truth. Today in part 1 we investigate whether there’s any truth to the well-known phrase “God won’t give me more than I can handle.”

  2. Money Is The Root Of All Evil (SERMON)

    May 15, 2016
    Have you ever wondered if the guidance you are giving or receiving is actually true? What if God never said those things? Today we continue our 4-part series entitled God Never Said That where we set the record straight regarding some popular misconceptions or misquotes of Biblical truth. Today in part 2 we dive into what the Bible has to say about a phrase countless people use – “money is the root of all evil.”
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  3. There Are Many Ways to God (SERMON)

    May 22, 2016
    Welcome to our series, God Never Said That, where we are setting the record straight on some popular misconceptions. Today in part three, we’ll investigate a phrase many people say – “It doesn’t matter what you believe, as long as you’re sincere.” But what if God never said that? Join us as we uncover what might be the most embarrassing claim of Christianity and how we can know the truth.

  4. God Knows My Heart (SERMON)

    May 29,2016
    Today we’re concluding our series, God Never Said That, where we’ve been setting the record straight on some popular misconceptions or misquotes of Biblical truth. We often hear people say “God knows my heart” and the implication behind that statement is that our hearts are good! Today in part 4 of our series, we look at how might our lives be impacted if God never said that?