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9:30 AM every Sunday

at the Cordova YMCA

7950 Club Center Cove

Cordova, TN 38016

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MINISTRY

(6th-12th Grades)
 
 
 

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Aug 19, 2019
Leaving A Legacy of Faith
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  • Aug 19, 2019Leaving A Legacy of Faith
    Aug 19, 2019
    Leaving A Legacy of Faith
  • May 12, 2019Who Are You? wk 3 It’s Not About Me (Barry Fowler)
    May 12, 2019
    Who Are You? wk 3 It’s Not About Me (Barry Fowler)
    Bottom Line: My true identity is not found in me, myself, and I. My true identity is found in "I AM." Summary: I tend to think and act as if I am the most important person in the room. I think, "It's all about me" because I forget that "It's all about Jesus.”  This kind of approach brings all kinds of difficulties in our relationship with others and with God. Case in point: Adam and Eve's selfish choice in the garden and the trouble it brought. We will compare their attitude and choices to John the Baptist’s opposite approach. Instead of making everything about himself, he wanted to become less, so that Jesus might become greater. He said “I am not” the one you are looking for.  Don’t follow me. I know the one for whom you have been waiting. I am not…but I know “I AM.” Text: Gen. 2:8-9, Gen. 2:16-17, Gen. 3:4-5, John 1:19-39, John 3:22-30 Lesson outline:
    1. Adam and Eve had it all but wanted more.  They were confused about God’s identity, thinking that He was keeping something from them. They acted as if they were “I Am.”
    2. Adam and Eve's selfish choice in the garden brought trouble to them and the rest of the world.
    3. John the Baptist was confused neither about God’s nor his own identity.  John knew that God was “I Am” and that he was “I am not.” He wanted to become less, so that Jesus might become greater.
    Conclusion: In what ways do you think and act as if “it’s all about you?”  Confess these things to God and to a trusted friend. Tell God that you want to better understand God’s identity and your own identity.  Ask God to show you how you can “become less” (decrease) so that Jesus may “become greater” (increase).
  • May 5, 2019Who Are You? Wk. 2_I Am I Am Not (Barry Fowler)
    May 5, 2019
    Who Are You? Wk. 2_I Am I Am Not (Barry Fowler)
    Bottom Line: Knowing God is the beginning of knowing who you are.
    Summary: Moses is confused about his identity.  When Moses meets God, Moses asks two questions,”Who am I?” and “Who are you, God?” Like Moses, we ask the same two questions when searching for our true identity.  God reveals his name, “I AM” / ”YHWH" to Moses.  When Moses meets and learns God’s true identity as “I AM," Moses begins to understand his own true identity.
    Conclusion:When you begin to know God as I AM then you will realize you must be “I am not.”  When we compare ourselves to the Great “I AM,” we see ourselves as infinitesimal. We learn that the only thing that has true meaning is YHWH.  Our meaning, our identity,our significance derives from Him and knowing Him. YHWH, I AM, is calling you out of your wilderness experience into a life of meaning, purpose, significance and fulfillment…your true identity.  Are you, like Moses, asking yourself, “Who am I?” God is answering your question by sending Jesus Christ to you. In Jesus you have God’s answer: Jesus is Immanuel, “God with us.” “I AM” is here with us and invites you to join him in the purpose and plans he has for you.
  • Apr 28, 2019Who Are You? Wk 1. Solomon’s Search for True Identity (Barry Fowler)
    Apr 28, 2019
    Who Are You? Wk 1. Solomon’s Search for True Identity (Barry Fowler)
    Lesson 1: WHO ARE YOU?: Solomon’s Search for True Identity
    Bottom Line: Only God determines our identity and worth. Summary: Life can be very confusing. People try all sorts of ways to find meaning in life, to “find themselves,” or discover “who they are.”  The only way to find out who we really are is by knowing who God is and trusting in Him. Text: Ecclesiastes 1:13-18 and 2:1-11   Lesson Outline:  
    • We are often confused about our own identity.  We ask, "Who Am I?"
    • We try to “find ourselves” in kinds of activities.
    • Even the wisest man ever to live was confused about life and his identity.
    • This confusion can be traced to not knowing and/or believing who God is
    CONCLUSION: Both Solomon and Paul can to the same conclusion--It is useless to search for meaning, purpose, your true identity, “Who you are,” anywhere else other than in God. Everything else is meaningless.
  • Jul 22, 2018Don’t Be A Dummy (Prov 13) Wk 8 Walk Wisely (David Scott)
    Jul 22, 2018
    Don’t Be A Dummy (Prov 13) Wk 8 Walk Wisely (David Scott)
  • Jun 10, 2018Don’t Be A Dummy (Prov 7) Wk 2 Direction and Destination (Barry Fowler)
    Jun 10, 2018
    Don’t Be A Dummy (Prov 7) Wk 2 Direction and Destination (Barry Fowler)
  • Jun 3, 2018Don’t Be A Dummy (Prov 4) Wk1 At the Crossroads (Steven Gaines)
    Jun 3, 2018
    Don’t Be A Dummy (Prov 4) Wk1 At the Crossroads (Steven Gaines)
  • May 20, 2018(1Cor 9:24-27) Run For You Life (Steven Gaines)
    May 20, 2018
    (1Cor 9:24-27) Run For You Life (Steven Gaines)
    Series: (All)
  • May 13, 2018(2Kings 4:1-7) What Do You Have in Your House? (Dan Henley)
    May 13, 2018
    (2Kings 4:1-7) What Do You Have in Your House? (Dan Henley)
    Series: Agape
  • Apr 29, 2018Restore (John 8:2-11) Wk4 Hindrances to Restoration (Neal Milligan)
    Apr 29, 2018
    Restore (John 8:2-11) Wk4 Hindrances to Restoration (Neal Milligan)
    Series: Restore

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Most of us dress in very casual clothes. Feel free to come as you are!

What time do you meet?

Sunday Worship Celebration
Our Sunday morning worship celebration begins at 9:30 AM.
We provide Bible classes for toddlers-5th grade during the sermon time.

Growth Groups

Growth groups meet throughout the week on different days, times and locations. For more information on Growth Groups, click here.

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Our mailing address is
2964 Ole Bartlett Court, Suite 5
Bartlett, TN 38134
Telephone: 901-881-6169
 
We meet at 9:30 every Sunday morning at
The Cordova Family YMCA
7950 Club Center Cv
Cordova, TN 38016
(Please do not send correspondence to this address)
For more information email us at info[at]cordovachurch.org
 
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