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This week in Lifeline This week at Large Group (our LAST Lifeline of the year!), we wrap up our series, Ketchup and Grapes. Some things just don’t go together—sharks and kittens, vacations and homework, ketchup and grapes. They shouldn’t, they don’t, they won’t—and the end result is not good. Some things don’t go well together[...]

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This week in Lifeline This week in Large Group, we begin our new series, Ketchup and Grapes. Some things just don’t go together—sharks and kittens, vacations and homework, ketchup and grapes. They shouldn’t, they don’t, they won’t—and the end result is not good. Some things don’t go well together in the lives of a Jesus[...]

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This week in Lifeline This week at Large Group, we continue our series, Guardrails. Cars need guardrails on the highway to prevent them from serious damage. It just makes sense to have guardrails in dangerous areas so that vehicles won’t topple down cliffs or roll into deep ditches. But what about our lives? What would[...]

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This week in Lifeline This week at House, we continue our series, Guardrails. Cars need guardrails on the highway to prevent them from serious damage. It just makes sense to have guardrails in dangerous areas so that vehicles won’t topple down cliffs or roll into deep ditches. But what about our lives? What would it[...]

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This week in Lifeline This week at Large Group, we begin a new series: Guardrails. Cars need guardrails on the highway to prevent them from serious damage. It just makes sense to have guardrails in dangerous areas so that vehicles won’t topple down cliffs or roll into deep ditches. But what about our lives? What[...]

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This week in Lifeline This week at House, we continue our series, “Twisted.” There are bad things and there are good things. Enemies are bad, and friends are good. Sickness is bad, and health is good. While this is true in many areas of our lives, there are times where it gets a little more[...]

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