Archive for February, 2008

Life’s Excellent Adventure

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

You’ve probably heard it before. All the self-help gurus — life coaches, motivational speakers, and even preachers — exhort us to live with “excellence.”

But what does that really mean — and does it really make any difference? This week we’ll wrap up our sermon series based on Joel Osteen’s book Your Best Life Now by exploring how far we should — and shouldn’t — take this notion of “excellence” if we want to live well.

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When the Chips Are Down

Sunday, February 10th, 2008

Often life’s most important decisions are made quickly, when the pressure is on — and can reverberate through our lives for years.

When the heat is on, will you make the right decision? This sermon continues to explore Your Best Life Now.

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Learning Happiness

Sunday, February 3rd, 2008

Did you know that happiness is a learned skill? We don’t often think of it that way, but it is.

Listen or watch to learn a practical, time-tested spiritual “formula” for cultivating greater happiness in life. This sermon is another installment in our series based on Joel Osteen’s book, Your Best Life Now.

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