Monthly Archives: January 2010

How Not to Pray

Last night at Anchored, we continued our discussion on prayer.  We looked at Matthew chapter 6.  In this part of the sermon on the Mount, Jesus tells His disciples not to pray standing in the synagogue or on the street corner.  Doing … Continue reading

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Family Recipe Card

Opening Dialogue With Your Teen © Kurt Bruner 2008 Best Use As a “cheat sheet” for a parent trying to open up meaningful communication with his or her teen. Nutritional Value Helps parents push past the sometimes awkward process of talking … Continue reading

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Family Devotion for 1/24/10

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Revolution 2010

To register, simply fill out the form available in the Light House or Building D. You can also get more info and register online at http://www.northmetro.net/revolution

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Restoring a Relationship With God

Before we learn how to pray we have to understand that prayer begins with a pure heart that is tuned to God.  When we sin, it is like putting a box in between you and God.  The sin may be … Continue reading

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Family Devotion for 1/17/10

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Prayer

Last week at Anchored we started a new series on prayer.  This week we answered the questions “what is prayer?” and “why do we pray?” First, we defined prayer as constant communion with God.  Prayer is more than just talking … Continue reading

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