How To Be A Hero

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Movies? Drama.

Fame? Drama.

Friends? Drama.

Politics? Drama.

Family? Drama.

It's what the headlines are made for. Drama, drawing you and me into story, surprise, suspense.

Think about how you're drawn to drama.  Don't think you're excluded.  You're not.

What news have you heard in the last 24 hours that you stopped to listen to, talk about or understand?  Bet there is drama involved — some kind of tension, uncertainty or surprise.  And is there some kind of “hero” or “villain”?

Drama is not something you would want in your own life, right?

But can there be any kind of drama in your own life that is good, even healthy?  Why or why not?

As we approach the drama of Easter, explore this conversation on Sunday in Barrie, and in Orillia discover why everyone is included in the story God is writing.

Barrie Campus

How to be a Hero — Part 1 — I Hate This Part | Carey Nieuwhof

A hero’s life is always dramatic. Truthfully, most of us have a love hate relationship with drama. We are attracted to drama in other people’s lives, but we resist it in our own. Could it be possible that when we resist drama, we resist God?

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Barrie

Invite your friend to Barrie here.

Orillia Campus

Everybody – Part 3 – Everybody’s Included | Carey Nieuwhof

If everyone’s included, then everyone’s also invited. Our church is specifically designed to include people who don’t feel welcome and you play a pivotal role in that. In this message, Carey will explain why many people are afraid to invite their friends to church and how to overcome those fears.

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia

Invite your friend to Orillia here.


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