Southeast Christian Church

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As your time demands begin to ramp back up, and your calendar fills back up, will you go back to settling for superficial relationships? Speaker: Kyle Idleman
The Holy Spirit makes us one. The Holy Spirit makes us brothers and sisters. Because of this, we can see clearly the differences that make up our church and recognize that what unites us is so much more significant than what divides us! Speaker
After first refusing, Naaman saw deeper healing on the other side of humility. As a church, we are never going back to the versions of ourselves we trusted in. We want to step into the process of repentance, humility, and healing God is offerin
We are an instant culture. Satan knows this, as instant knowledge was at the heart of the fall. As hard days grow longer, we are tempted to give in to whatever fills the void. Yet, God knows the way out of temptation is the way into true living
Pressure has a way of unleashing what has always been beneath the surface. When we identify the root of our anger, we can begin uprooting sin and rooting truth. Pressure is an invitation to awareness and, ultimately, a road to righteousness. Sp
Social distancing coupled with close quarters is a recipe for a stir-crazy household. Yet, God calls us to loosen our grip on the temporary and take hold of enduring constants, inviting us to experience His unshakeable, unending peace. Speaker
Job’s main complaint against God is not His control, or His care—His main complaint is if God is truly aware of what Job is going through. Over and over again, Job makes his case before God. Job pours out his heart to God, wanting assurance tha
If God is in control, then why so much hurt? Why so much suffering? Why so much pain? There are plenty of religions that just try to explain these questions away, basically saying that God is powerful, He is in control, but He doesn’t really ca
Is God really with us, or is that just something we tell ourselves to feel better when our world seems out of control? In the first chapter of Job, God blesses everything that Job does, then, all of the sudden, the enemy drops the bottom out fr
Although the world lives with the end in mind, in Jesus our story is not a story of ends. As believers, we live with the beginning in mind. Jesus, our King, has repurposed death into a victorious rally cry that will echo throughout eternity. Th
Romans 8:28 says that we know that in all things God works for good. The words “we know” don’t mean we hope, or we’re optimistic, or we wish. They mean absolute, unshakable confidence. As the world around us seems to be stopping, and as the cur
Genesis tells us that God fashioned us from the dust of the world, and it was only until He breathed His breath of life into us that we became a living being. God’s words and actions have always moved in the trajectory of life. So when sin was
Genesis tells us that God created us for a purposeful, and powerful work. A work of cultivating fruit and creating life everywhere we go in a way that glorified God. In Genesis 3:17-18, God explains that the result of embracing death over life
Genesis tells us that when God created us as male and female, it was because “It is not good for the man to be alone.” When God says it is not good for man to be alone, he is saying that man as God intended man to be is good when there is toget
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Genesis tells us that God made us in His image, and this language is so powerful because it is language of identity. Knowing ourselves begins by knowing God, and we were made to be fully secure in how God made us and to walk with Him in honesty
Like a sailor on turbulent seas, we need to look up and see the North Star: the fixed points in the sky whereby we might navigate the objective realities in life. We need the skill-set to know how to journey through life and how to select the r
Every wedding includes an exchanging of vows meant to solidify one’s commitment to the other. And while the words in the ceremony are heartfelt, their true definition is revealed through the circumstances that follow. More often than not, when
From the beginning, God’s heart for male and female was unity- that together and with God, we would be unified in fulling the purpose He set for us on this earth. Yet this topic meant exemplify God’s heart has continued to be a point of divisio
The poor will always be among us, people with many needs- physical, spiritual, and emotional. However, we often use this phrase as an excuse to stay on the sidelines rather than as a motivator to get into the game. There will always be needs, a
Jesus often used meals to engage with people and teach important lessons to them. Each meal carried a deeper meaning simply by who sat around the table. In Luke 19, we see Jesus accept an invitation to a meal by someone that would’ve turned the
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