How Do You Know If Your Really Love Someone?

Carey Nieuwhof - Lead Pastor —  January 4, 2013 — Leave a comment

Like It Or Love It

How do you know if you really love someone? Maybe you just like them.. or maybe you really do love them? It’s a topic we all think about, what it means to fall in love, stay in love, and how to know if it’s real. This weekend at our Barrie Campus we start to look at those questions with our new series “Like it Or Love It” with Carey Nieuwhof. We’ve got some very interesting moments planned throughout the series that we’re sure will generate some discussion!

In the meantime, jump in on the discussion and let us know how you think you really know when you’re in love with someone.

In Orillia, Andy Stanley helps us ring in the new year with some inspiring challenges and asks the question; how can we finally accomplish the one thing we need to put our minds to this year?

Barrie Campus | Like It Or Love It | Part One: You’re So Emotional

One day you like it, the next day you don’t. Once you loved her. But not anymore. What was trendy last year is trash today. What is it with our emotions? Is there a difference between love and like? If so, what is it and why does it matter?

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Barrie

Invite your friend to Barrie here.

Orillia Campus | This One Thing

We all make resolutions. We all break resolutions. But if we’re honest, there is something in each of our lives – a habit, a relationship, a debt – that deserves our attention this year. In this message, Andy recounts the Old Testament story of Nehemiah and draws out a lesson that can be the key to finally accomplishing the one thing we each need to put our minds to this year.

8.30 and 10 am | Family Ministry @ 10am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia

Invite your friend to Orillia here.

 

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