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Humility for All
Jason Fullen | 
March 29, 2015
1 Peter 5:1-14
Your greatest contribution in life will not be measured by your achievements. Peter provides a difficult, yet relational, counter-leadership model that has stood the test of time. However, this model can be a stumbling block for many of us. In this last talk of the Don't Be Surprised series, Peter redefines success to include not only the end result, but also our quality of service. Peter captures the essence of living like Christ no matter our position or our authority. Today, Peter will question our motives and our methods of achievement to show us the true measure of success.
Every Family Fights
Jason Fullen | 
October 12, 2014
Depending on our experience, the word "family" can bring about a variety of emotions. If our expectation of what a family should be doesn't live up to our family's reality, we can get stuck. As parents, we can feel unqualified, paralyzed or overwhelmed by the state of our family. As children, we can feel rejected, lost, and left searching for a deeper meaning. What if we all changed our perspective and embraced the fight? God did.
An Investment Worth Making
Jason Fullen | 
February 16, 2014
At LifePoint, we have created a space for students and their families to be encouraged, supported and to find help through the difficulties of adolescence. However, more than these, we want to help students see what God has been doing throughout history and what He is doing in the world now. God uses students to change the world. We want to be part of His story. The Underground Student Movement was created to help students see that they are part of the church of today and that God is very much at work in their lives. Let's take a look under the hood of Underground Student Movement.
Purpose
Jason Fullen | 
November 17, 2013
As humans, our quest for meaning is commonplace, standard and ancient. No one escapes the mysterious questions of "Why am I here?" or "Who am I?" For many, this process of discovering our purpose can feel daunting and never-ending. How do we approach such a broad topic as one's purpose? What if our search for purpose was really not a broad topic after all? A closer look at the life and words of Jesus may challenge our thoughts on purpose. In fact, what if it were narrow, uncomfortably narrow, and surprisingly simple? When we discover this benefit we gain at belief, we will end our quest for purpose—and better yet completely fulfill it.
The Story of the Tin Woodman
Jason Fullen | 
September 29, 2013
Have you ever thought about how our careless actions can often hurt those closest to us? What starts as a matter of the heart, can become a heartless pursuit. A central theme we find in scripture is how the heart is at the core of our very lives. In fact, King Solomon called our hearts "the wellspring of life." Clearly, our hearts are constantly under attack. At least King Solomon thought so and urged us to guard it above all else. If we don't, we will retreat to other sources in search of life. Author John Eldredge states it this way, "The story of your life is the story of the long and brutal assault on your heart by the one who knows what you could be and fears it." Today, let's take a look within, and venture back toward living.
Jason: Guilty by Association
Jason Fullen | 
July 28, 2013
Our actions communicate our true priorities more than our words. Therefore, the values we state are not always the ones we communicate. In today's world, we can easily lose our grip on things that matter and misalign our priorities. What if all our efforts aligned with our faith? Have you ever considered the cost of following your convictions? What about the cost of not following them? Our association with our priorities, right or wrong, always costs us something. Today, we will consider Jason from Acts 17 and the cost he experienced firsthand by associating his faith with his conviction.
Out of Control
Jason Fullen | 
May 19, 2013
Have you ever noticed life seems to happen to us more than because of us? It seems no matter how much we attempt to control our lives we must constantly adjust for things outside our control. How much control over our lives do we actually have? In this Part 7 of Seats, we will look at the ever confusing Director's Chair and the mysterious power surrounding it.
Not That Bad
Jason Fullen | 
December 30, 2012
Many people live under the assumption that if you are mostly good then you will go to heaven. At the core, this belief assumes people are “not that bad.” However, this is not the message of Jesus. Why are so many people willing to bet their eternities on a system that doesn’t have any support? Today, we’ll examine this system more closely and discover why the message of Jesus is actually offensive to many. Without clear understanding, we can quickly lose sight of the gospel.
Rise and Shine
Jason Fullen | 
April 22, 2012
Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder that involves performing normal life duties while still asleep. When people sleepwalk, they may sit up and look as though they are awake when they are not. In the same way, many Christians live life as spiritual sleepwalkers, going through the motions and only semi-conscious. In this series we have learned that there is more to this life than going through the motions. In Awake part 3, we will discover why we are to live our lives in full consciousness. It’s time to rise and shine!
Bold Pioneers
Jason Fullen | 
December 11, 2011
Raising children in today’s fast and demanding culture is difficult. We face moral erosion and competing values. The pressure to perform, commit and achieve has never been greater. As the church, parents and non-parents alike, we have the task of making disciples of our children. This makes the church and parents pioneers in a new culture. The problem is that many students leave the church after high school. With the right perspective, attention on the end result, and change, we can develop Christ-like influencers that never leave the church. However, change is hard.
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