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It’s a Jungle Out There

Olive Branch Message Series
July 24 to August 21. 2022

The antidote to fear is not comfort; it's faith.

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Don't Feed the Pigs!

Sunday August 7. 2022
Ken Davis

Don’t know if you’re up on pigs or not, but pigs are omnivores! Put it in front of them - bread, fruit, veggies, meat, garbage, tin cans, old car batteries, and they’ll eat them! Well, maybe not all that stuff… but most of it! Fear is an omnivore, too. Put your dreams, your emotional health, your future, your friendships, your time, the investment of your life in front of it - and it will be gone! Here’s the problem - specifically; feed an appetite and… it GROWS! Read More

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It's Way Too Expensive!

Sunday July 31. 2022
Ken Davis

What creates fear in us is the perceived price tag on doing what is right - and what we know in our hearts God is asking of us. Our minds are very creative and create disaster scenarios in Sensurround - including sights, sounds, smells, pain, gore, shame, and defeat. Where our minds are not creative is in understanding the price tag of giving into our fears and letting our imagination  steal our future - instead of investing in it there a price tag on doing what’s right - what seems so scary and dangerous? Read More

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The Ugly, Smelly, Paralyzing Giant

Sunday July 24. 2022
Ken Davis

As we’ve been saying all along since initial onset of COVID, caution is always something God advises. We see this from the health guidelines in the Book of Leviticus to the wisdom of Proverbs. But FEAR? Never. Our call is to respect the power and calling and love of God more than our fear. Honestly, doing what God wants will always take faith - faith that gives us courage when our hands are shaking and our stomach is hosting a butterfly convention. Read More

Waiting for When

Olive Branch Message Series
July 3 to July 17. 2022

No matter what - God always comes through.

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Waiting for Contentment

Sunday July 17. 2022
Jeremiah Vijey

Philippians 4:11–13
Paul waited - stifled in prison, when he loved to travel and meet face to face with people. While he was there, he learned the secret of being content - the only reason we have the amazing letters he wrote.

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Waiting for Your Dream

Sunday July 10. 2022
Kelly Davis

Matthew 16:21–23
Have you ever had your plans changed on you? The disciples assumed they knew God’s plan for Jesus - but it was a broken view of what God was up to. In their impatience they could not see that God was actually changing everything.

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Waiting for Love

Sunday July 3. 2022
Jeremiah Vijey

Genesis 29:31–34
Sometimes we struggle to wait, and instead, embrace the wrong things at the wrong time. The story of Leah shows someone who was waiting for love without impulsively rushing to find it. She waited for the right time - God's time - and Jacob loved her. Little did she know that the union she waited for would be part of the genealogy of Jesus.

BulletProof

Olive Branch Message Series
May 22 to June 26. 2022

The hard truth about character.

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The Exit Interview

Sunday June 26. 2022
Ken Davis

If Jesus was right, and I really, really believe He was right - and is still right - the part of life we have after we exit this life is by far the most profound and most important part. What we do in this life is the set up for what happens there. You see this in every single thing Jesus said and in pretty much every story He ever told. The shocking reality for pretty much everyone in our world is that there is an exit interview scheduled for everyone - and we don’t know when it is - and Jesus is the One who interviews. Read More

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The Seven Building Blocks of Character: Part 2

Sunday June 19. 2022
Ken Davis

Forgiveness and grace is a promise! There’s a promise that goes with that. God is able to keep us from falling. And Peter tells us what the building blocks for that kind of life are. It’s life where we finish well. It’s a life that impacts others - that, in some way, changes the world for the better! If that’s what you want, then you’ll need to search your life for these characteristics Peter lays out.

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The Seven Building Blocks of Character: Part 1

Sunday June 12. 2022
Ken Davis

I have never met a person who wants to wreck their lives, do a faceplant, go down, humiliate themselves, or get featured in tabloids. Those who do experience one of the most painful feelings ever: Humiliation; Regret. Regret is rear view mirror stuff. History. The great news of Jesus and what He’s done for us makes it clear that we get a do-over. Jesus called it being born from above.  Forgiveness and grace is a promise!

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You Have People on Your Plane!

Sunday June 5. 2022
Ken Davis

As some of you know, I watch the show Mayday! When there is a crash, the airline industry uses a word for people - that just doesn’t get used much anymore in our world: Soul. "How many SOULS were lost?" That is a profound word, isn’t it? The implications are that we are not just animated bodies. There is way, way, WAY more to us - a forever part. In a selfie world like ours, people think mainly of themselves and their own interests and welfare. Read More

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No Excuses

Sunday May 29. 2022
Ken Davis

One of the first things people do when they’re confronted with a faceplant - with moral failure - with something they’ve done that’s humiliating, is make excuses. We know this because we’ve all done it!  "See, I have this inner pain because my parents…" "Well, I have unmet sexual needs because my wife…"  "Well, I experienced abuse as a child, so I…"  "I’ve always been attracted to..."  "See, my Daddy was an alcoholic, and…"  Read More

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The Casualties

Sunday May 22. 2022
Ken Davis

It would appear that we live in an era where an unprecedented number of high profile leaders have stumbled and fallen. Why? Is it because the internet and social media have made everything - especially the ugly and salacious stuff - more public? Is it because the internet and social media have made the ugly and salacious stuff more available? Is it because we live at a really difficult time in history and curtain-time is approaching? Read More