Jeff Lawrence - May 26, 2019

Fishers of Men – Fostering Real Relationships With Those Outside of Church

Growing Oaks - cultivating a deep, meaningful life

Matthew 4:19, Matthew 9:10-13, Romans 1:16, Romans 10:13-15

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When a tree takes root, it reaches deep into the soil. It seeks out nutrients and water to help it grow. Before long, the growth under the surface is matched by growth that is visible above ground. A trunk grows stronger and sturdier, new branches shoot out, foliage emerges. The deeper the roots, the stronger the tree, and the greater the resistance to the winds and storms. The same is true of you. The more deeply rooted you are in good soil, the greater the strength and growth in your life. Join us in this series as we explore how Redemption Church seeks to help normal people wake up to deep, meaningful life in Christ.

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