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Connexus Church Audio Podcast

Welcome to the Connexus Church Audio Podcast. Whether church has been part of your life or not, these 40 minute messages can help you grow in your relationship with God. Our vision at Connexus Church is to create a church that unchurched people love to attend. See more at ConnexusChurch.com
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Now displaying: May, 2019
May 26, 2019

What a morning to celebrate how Jesus has changed people’s lives and their choice to follow Him. It’s amazing to see what God is doing. Baptism is also a time for all of us to reflect on the death and resurrection of Jesus, and celebrate the freedom He brings us.

May 19, 2019

How can you tell what’s right and what’s wrong?  Fortunately, many would say, we live in an age where objective truth has disappeared. What’s true for you isn’t true for others, and what’s wrong for you isn’t wrong for others. But is it truly good for us when morals change from generation to generation and you can write your own? Or, are we missing something?

May 12, 2019

So what exactly is the purpose of your life? Well, you’ve heard it. Live your best life. Become the best version of yourself. You do you. But is self-fulfillment really all it’s cracked up to be? You might be surprised.

May 5, 2019

Why would anyone living today trust the Bible? After all, it’s so full of terrible instances of violence and oppression that it has to be both barbaric and outdated. Besides, you can’t really rely on a document that’s over 2000 years old. It’s been translated so often there’s very little likelihood that what we’re reading is what was written. Right?

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