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D-Groups

Tuesdays, March 5, 12, 19

6:30-7:30pm at Renew


"D" stands for both debrief + discipleship. At the core of following Jesus is keeping our ears open to what he is saying and responding in faith. We call this "hearing and doing". It involves recognizing that there is no part of our lives where God has abandoned us, and there is nothing happening in our lives that we cannot bring to God intentionally as an opportunity to grow a deeper relationship with Him. Join others as we learn tools for bringing it all to God, and moving forward in faith.

Questions?

Call Pastor Tim: (209) 648-7617


Pray with us 

Every Monday

6-7am at Renew

Join others for a time of guided prayer imitating Jesus' model as we pray for ourselves, our church, and our community. This gathering is for those who would like to learn more about prayer and for those who simply want to pray in community with others. Each week this is a powerful time of growth for those who come and seek God together.


Prayer Resources

Anytime - Anywhere

On Sundays we often take a moment to look at simple things you can do to deepen your time in prayer based on various tools Christians have used for centuries. You can also text your name and "pray" to (712) 318-1600 to receive prayer requests from our pastors as needs arise in the church, community, and world.

The Bible is the story of God and His people. We are invited to read its pages with every part of who we are. In the prayer practice of “Sacred Reading” we use our hearts and minds to notice what God is speaking to us. Take the time today to read scripture in relationship with God, trusting He has a word for you. Find a practical guide page including scripture references and special notes here:

Life can move fast and with it our attention is pulled in many directions. "Palms Up + Palms Down" is a practical way to still ourselves and to remember that God is present with us, desiring that we "cast our cares upon him". Find a practical guide page including scripture references and special notes here: