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What are the people of our city praying about this Christmas? We know! And we are going to address the topics of hundreds of them in our new holiday series, Prayers of the ‘Ville.
The Unavoidable Strains and Pains of Leadership – Every leader, no matter where they lead, will face the pains and strains of failure, fear, family balance, criticism, and unfulfilled ambition. So how do we thrive during moments of pain and strain? Throughout this series, we’ll hear from local voices giving practical ideas about workplace leadership with a spiritual bend.
Statistics show us at least 1 out of 5 Americans battle a mental health issue each year. That means 5 out of 5 Americans love someone battling a mental heath issue. It’s time to talk about mental health!
Join us during season 2 of Not Like Me. During this series we will dive into more hot topics that explore what it means to be different and how we can utilize and respect what makes us different!
Our daily actions validate our deepest desires. So if we really want to end up in heaven, what are we waiting for?