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Scoreboard

How do you know how you are doing in your faith? We often measure against others but what we need to do is measure ourselves against the person we used to be. In order to grow, we need a clear picture of where we are heading. In this series, we are talking about 9 markers of faith to help you gauge how far you’ve come in your faith and what your next steps are.

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Encouraging

Who do you have in life that's there for you in both the good and the bad? The one who celebrates with you on the mountaintops and the one that is there for support in the valleys of life. The truth is, we all need the love, care, and support of others. We have an innate desire to be known deeply by others. But it can be difficult to open up about the darker corners of our hearts. The things that we try to hide away from everyone else and the things we wish nobody every found out about. In the last week of our series Scoreboard, we see that the ninth marker of someone growing in their faith is that they have someone who has permission to the darker corners of their life. Someone who can ask the tough questions, and check in on how the REAL you is doing.

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Faithful

What kind of reputation do you want to be remembered with? When people think of you what thoughts, emotions, and reactions would you hope that they'd have? Looking at the way you live your life right now, would these things be what people  remember you by? In the next week of our series Scoreboard, we see how everywhere Jesus went, He had a following of people because of His willingness and His reputation to help people everywhere. But can you say that you're friends, family, and neighbors would describe you in this way? If you needed to move off your street, would you be missed? In this teaching, we'll talk about why getting involved in impacting your community is one of the markers of someone growing in their faith.

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Consistent

What kind of reputation do you want to be remembered with? When people think of you what thoughts, emotions, and reactions would you hope that they'd have? Looking at the way you live your life right now, would these things be what people  remember you by? In the next week of our series Scoreboard, we see how everywhere Jesus went, He had a following of people because of His willingness and His reputation to help people everywhere. But can you say that you're friends, family, and neighbors would describe you in this way? If you needed to move off your street, would you be missed? In this teaching, we'll talk about why getting involved in impacting your community is one of the markers of someone growing in their faith.

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Responsible

What kind of reputation do you want to be remembered with? When people think of you what thoughts, emotions, and reactions would you hope that they'd have? Looking at the way you live your life right now, would these things be what people  remember you by? In the next week of our series Scoreboard, we see how everywhere Jesus went, He had a following of people because of His willingness and His reputation to help people everywhere. But can you say that you're friends, family, and neighbors would describe you in this way? If you needed to move off your street, would you be missed? In this teaching, we'll talk about why getting involved in impacting your community is one of the markers of someone growing in their faith.

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Devoted

Over the past few weeks, we've talked about how God has intended our faith to benefit more than just us. The expression of our faith should extend to those in our circles of influence, but sometimes, it's easier to play the "Christian part" when we are at work, at church, and with our friends. But how does your faith affect those who are in your own home? Do they see your faith being lived out when you're in your own house or do they see one person at church and another person at home? In this week's teaching, we look at what the Bible says our responsibility is to those in our home, how our faith should be benefitting them, and what steps we can take if it's not.

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Involved

Time is the most precious resource that we have. Unlike money and possessions, our time is something that we can never earn or buy back. Once it is gone, it is gone. So it's no wonder that we most often use what time we have for our benefit, but for those who follow Jesus, he says that our time and abilities have been given to us for so much more than our own gain. In this week of our series Scoreboard, Pastor Sean talks about how giving up our time and talents to help others is a true mark of a follower of Jesus.  That our time is either a tool we can leverage or an idol we can worship.

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Generous

How would your life be different if you had a community of people pushing you to grow in your faith? What’s holding you back? Is it the fear of vulnerability, time commitment or thinking it's unnecessary? The truth is God intended you to share life with other Christ followers for more than just an hour on the weekends. In the second week of our series Scoreboard, we looked at what the Bible says about building relationships, and why prioritizing biblical community will help you grow in your faith.

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Relational

How would your life be different if you had a community of people pushing you to grow in your faith? What’s holding you back? Is it the fear of vulnerability, time commitment or thinking it's unnecessary? The truth is God intended you to share life with other Christ followers for more than just an hour on the weekends. In the second week of our series Scoreboard, we looked at what the Bible says about building relationships, and why prioritizing biblical community will help you grow in your faith.

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Intentional

If you had to guess who benefits more from your faith, would it be you or those around you? For most of us, we would probably have to admit that our faith benefits us the most. While it's true that our faith does benefit us, God has a much bigger plan for your faith. In the first week of our series Scoreboard, we looked at what the Bible has to say about who should benefit most from our faith, what that looks like practically in your life and how being intentional in your faith can help you take your next step. 

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