02/12/18 – Resolve: Confrontation in Conflict (Pt. 2)

Medina East Campus | Week 6 | Tony Livigni | February 10-11, 2018

It’s no surprise that everyone experiences conflict in their lives. So, the question is not “How do I avoid conflict?” but rather “How do I respond to conflict?” The Bible teaches that when we pursue God’s vision for resolving conflict, we’ll discover that we are well-positioned to move toward His design for healthy relationships. But we’ll also find that there is much more at stake than we might first believe. In our new series, RESOLVE, we will explore practical steps each of us can take on our journey toward healthy conflict resolution.

02/04/18 – Resolve: Confrontation in Conflict

Medina East Campus | Week 5 | Tony Livigni | February 3-4, 2018

It’s no surprise that everyone experiences conflict in their lives. So, the question is not “How do I avoid conflict?” but rather “How do I respond to conflict?” The Bible teaches that when we pursue God’s vision for resolving conflict, we’ll discover that we are well-positioned to move toward His design for healthy relationships. But we’ll also find that there is much more at stake than we might first believe. In our series, RESOLVE, we will explore practical steps each of us can take on our journey toward healthy conflict resolution.

01/28/18 – Resolve: The Goal in Conflict

Medina East Campus | Week 4 | Tony Livigni | January 27-28, 2018

It’s no surprise that everyone experiences conflict in their lives. So, the question is not “How do I avoid conflict?” but rather “How do I respond to conflict?” The Bible teaches that when we pursue God’s vision for resolving conflict, we’ll discover that we are well-positioned to move toward His design for healthy relationships. But we’ll also find that there is much more at stake than we might first believe. In our series, RESOLVE, we will explore practical steps each of us can take on our journey toward healthy conflict resolution.

01/14/18 – Resolve: The Cause of Conflict

Medina East Campus | Week 2 | Tony Livigni | January 13-14, 2018

It’s no surprise that everyone experiences conflict in their lives. So, the question is not “How do I avoid conflict?” but rather “How do I respond to conflict?” The Bible teaches that when we pursue God’s vision for resolving conflict, we’ll discover that we are well-positioned to move toward His design for healthy relationships. But we’ll also find that there is much more at stake than we might first believe. In our new series, RESOLVE, we will explore practical steps each of us can take on our journey toward healthy conflict resolution.

01/07/18 – Resolve: The Cost of Conflict

Medina East Campus | Week 1 | Tony Livigni | January 6-7, 2018

It’s no surprise that everyone experiences conflict in their lives. So, the question is not “How do I avoid conflict?” but rather “How do I respond to conflict?” The Bible teaches that when we pursue God’s vision for resolving conflict, we’ll discover that we are well-positioned to move toward His design for healthy relationships. But we’ll also find that there is much more at stake than we might first believe. In our new series, RESOLVE, we will explore practical steps each of us can take on our journey toward healthy conflict resolution.

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12/24/17 – Behold: The King

Medina East Campus | Week 4 | Tony Livigni | December 23-24, 2017

This time of year often emphasizes the spirit of goodwill and unity. The Christmas message fills us with warmth and hope. Baby Jesus, a savior, the light, our newborn king. And yet, the message of Christmas is a double-edged sword. To admit these realities about Jesus is to admit some difficult things about ourselves. Christmas, like God Himself, is more magnificent and threatening than we may initially realize. King Herod was disturbed to hear Magi were inquiring about a newborn “king.” The prospect of a new king was anything but welcomed by Herod. In fact, he deeply resented it. In this series we’ll explore how if Christmas is truly about the newborn king, Jesus, His authority must dethrone me as the authority in my life.

12/17/17 – Behold: Jesus

Medina East Campus | Week 3 | Tony Livigni | December 16-17, 2017

This time of year often emphasizes the spirit of goodwill and unity. The Christmas message fills us with warmth and hope. Baby Jesus, a savior, the light, our newborn king. And yet, the message of Christmas is a double-edged sword. To admit these realities about Jesus is to admit some difficult things about ourselves. Christmas, like God Himself, is more magnificent and threatening than we may initially realize. King Herod was disturbed to hear Magi were inquiring about a newborn “king.” The prospect of a new king was anything but welcomed by Herod. In fact, he deeply resented it. In this series we’ll explore how if Christmas is truly about the newborn king, Jesus, His authority must dethrone me as the authority in my life.

12/10/17 – Behold: Light

This time of year often emphasizes the spirit of goodwill and unity. The Christmas message fills us with warmth and hope. Baby Jesus, a savior, the light, our newborn king. And yet, the message of Christmas is a double-edged sword. To admit these realities about Jesus is to admit some difficult things about ourselves. Christmas, like God Himself, is more magnificent and threatening than we may initially realize. King Herod was disturbed to hear Magi were inquiring about a newborn “king.” The prospect of a new king was anything but welcomed by Herod. In fact, he deeply resented it. In this series we’ll explore how if Christmas is truly about the newborn king, Jesus, His authority must dethrone me as the authority in my life.