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Inspiring this generation to become totally devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

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This series has materials that you can use with your small group, family, or on your own to dig deeper into each message. Click on the links below to download a copy of the weekly discussion questions.

Part 1: Indifference

Part 2: Hypocrisy

Part 3: Hollow Worship

Part 4: Spiritual Pride

What would Jesus undo?

We tie ourselves in knots going through the motions to meet the world’s expectations. But you weren’t created for that. Whether you’re struggling to find a new start or looking for a place to grow, it’s time to get real about who you’re meant to be. Invite someone and join us at either campus for this 4-part series called What Would Jesus Undo.

Part 1: Indifference
Do you ever feel like you’re going through the motions? Like life is just happening and you’re swept along with it? You were meant for something more. Let’s break indifference and find the passion to change the world together.

Part 2: Hypocrisy
It’s hard to like a hypocrite, right? Someone who says one thing but does another? Jesus wasn’t a fan of hypocrisy either. Let’s take a look at the cost of living a lie—and exactly why Jesus would call people out on it.

Part 3: Hollow Worship
There’s one thing everyone on the earth was made to do: worship our Creator. Yet so often, it’s easy for us to sleepwalk through our days and give simple lip service to God. What would it look like if our passion for Him was renewed? Let’s praise Him like He deserves to be praised.

Part 4: Spiritual Pride
Following Christ isn’t a competition. So why do so many of us treat it like one? It can be easy to let pride take over when God has blessed us with strong relationships, great careers, or exceptional talent—but a humble heart beats any of those things.

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