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Series Overview

A new summer series starts this Sunday! Jesus just switches things up. He tells crowds, “You have heard that it was said, but I say…” Not small things, but colossal things! The world says this, but I say that. The paths diverge and lead to different outcomes. This week, we drill down on how to extinguish the sources of anger in our lives. We are tackling a huge human condition and showing the path forward for all of us. Come on out and let’s get this series started – together.

They Say. I Say. - How Two Can One Become // John Isemann

John, one of the disciples of Jesus, declared that Jesus dwelt among us full of “grace and truth.” It’s a good thing He was full of grace because often times we can’t handle the truth. This Sunday, as we continue our series on conventional wisdom vs. Jesus’ teachings, we come upon a pretty controversial one: marriage. In fact, it’s so controversial that after Jesus spoke on it, He got all “Jack Nicholson-like” and essentially said, “You can’t handle the truth.” The truth about two becoming one – this Summer Sunday at Mendham Hills.

They Say. I Say. - Going To Pieces // David Janssen

Living life seems like a mad dash. Racing the clock, looking over your shoulder, and trying to make time-sensitive turns can leave us gasping for air. We jump into the fray Sunday morning in our talk, unpacking what “they” say and what Jesus says. How do I keep my soul from being shattered in the process of just doing life? They say, but I say – this Sunday at Mendham Hills.