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Group Day Time Ages Locations Location Topic Childcare? Status
40+ Adults Sunday 9:00-10:00am 40+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3104 General Study Yes Open
Young Families Sunday 9:15-10:15am 20-49 Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3101/02 General Study Yes Open
Young Professionals Sunday 10:00-10:50am 20-49 Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 2101 General Study No Open
55+ Adults Sunday 10:30-11:30am 55+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3104 General Study No Open
55+ Adults Sunday 10:30-11:30am 55+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3105/06 General Study No Open
50+ Adults Sunday 10:45-11:45am 50+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3101/02 General Study Yes Open
Charleston Ladies' Group Sunday 5:00-6:00pm 18+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3104 General Study No Open
60+ Adults Sunday 6:00-7:00pm 60+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 3105/06 General Study No Open
Life After Divorce Monday 6:30-7:30pm 18+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 2101 Divorce No Open
Young Women's Group Monday 6:30-7:30pm 18+ Main Campus Main Campus - Rm. 2104 General Study No Open
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Matt Friend - February 21, 2021

Renewed Perspective: Jesus is Coming Again

Scripture References: Matthew 25:1-46, Matthew 24:1-51

From Series: "Renewed"

Let’s be honest: life is brutal. In a sense, life can be described as the process of losing everything we’ve ever had and everyone we’ve ever loved. G. K. Chesterton writes, “We all feel the riddle of the earth. The clouds and curtains of darkness, the confounding vapors, these are the daily weather of this world.” Unfortunately, escapism won’t fix it, no matter which version we choose: the religious version (prosperity through faith), the secular version (prosperity through hard work), or the pleasure version (abandoning all self-restraint). It will take more than a silver-lining to cope with the brokenness of this world, even for an optimist. So, what hope do we have? Here it is in a nutshell: Jesus is coming again to renew and restore all things! In the future resurrection, God wants to restore everything life has taken from you. This is the grand finale of God’s storyline, and it has been God’s goal since the beginning.

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Matt Friend - February 21, 2021

Renewed Perspective: Jesus is Coming Again

Scripture References: Matthew 25:1-46, Matthew 24:1-51

From Series: "Renewed"

Let’s be honest: life is brutal. In a sense, life can be described as the process of losing everything we’ve ever had and everyone we’ve ever loved. G. K. Chesterton writes, “We all feel the riddle of the earth. The clouds and curtains of darkness, the confounding vapors, these are the daily weather of this world.” Unfortunately, escapism won’t fix it, no matter which version we choose: the religious version (prosperity through faith), the secular version (prosperity through hard work), or the pleasure version (abandoning all self-restraint). It will take more than a silver-lining to cope with the brokenness of this world, even for an optimist. So, what hope do we have? Here it is in a nutshell: Jesus is coming again to renew and restore all things! In the future resurrection, God wants to restore everything life has taken from you. This is the grand finale of God’s storyline, and it has been God’s goal since the beginning.

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Matt Friend - February 21, 2021

Renewed Perspective: Jesus is Coming Again

Scripture References: Matthew 25:1-46, Matthew 24:1-51

From Series: "Renewed"

Let’s be honest: life is brutal. In a sense, life can be described as the process of losing everything we’ve ever had and everyone we’ve ever loved. G. K. Chesterton writes, “We all feel the riddle of the earth. The clouds and curtains of darkness, the confounding vapors, these are the daily weather of this world.” Unfortunately, escapism won’t fix it, no matter which version we choose: the religious version (prosperity through faith), the secular version (prosperity through hard work), or the pleasure version (abandoning all self-restraint). It will take more than a silver-lining to cope with the brokenness of this world, even for an optimist. So, what hope do we have? Here it is in a nutshell: Jesus is coming again to renew and restore all things! In the future resurrection, God wants to restore everything life has taken from you. This is the grand finale of God’s storyline, and it has been God’s goal since the beginning.

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