Life Groups at Canyon Hills
Numbers: Learning Contentment in a Culture of More
Learning Contentment in a Culture of More is a study comparing our own dissatisfaction with our life circumstances to the grumbling of the Israelites as God leads them out of slavery. By exploring Numbers we can come to identify the reasons for our complaining, learn contentment while being authentic about the difficulties of life, accept short-term hardship in light of the greater good of God’s ultimate deliverance, recognize the relationship between complaining and worry, and discover how to realign with God’s character and promises.
Joy of Living; Nehemiah: A Message of Hope & Restoration
At first glance Nehemiah seems to be merely the story of the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem, but a closer look reveals the story of God’s faithfulness to His people and His ability to restore not only a wall, but people to a place of blessing. The message of Nehemiah is one of hope and restoration.
The Art of Parenting
It’s not enough to teach children about God. You have to work in preparing their path to success and help them each step of the way. Have faith at the center of your parenting with FamilyLife’s Art of Parenting.
Through this life group series, come and learn how God can use marriage as a discipling and a motivation to reflect more of the character of Jesus.
Why Believe the Bible?
In a culture in which all truth is relative and there are no absolutes, what does it mean to trust in God’s Word? Do we really believe that such ancient texts have meaning for us today? How can we get the most from God’s Word?
What do you do when a circumstance or relationship in your life is so hard, so big, so overwhelming that it truly becomes impossible? You need a divine, supernatural intervention. In this new series from Chip Ingram, you’ll discover the steps to experiencing breakthrough and how to make breakthrough a normal part of your life.
In Unshakable Hope: Building Our Lives on the Promises of God, Max Lucado unpacks 12 of the Bible’s most significant promises and offers encouraging guidance for overcoming sadness and despair, renewing a sense of purpose, and triumphantly facing the fears of the future. Because life is filled with problems, God’s Word is filled with promises. And God’s promises work. They can secure you in the midst of horrific storms. They can buoy you in the day-to-day difficulties. When the winds and waves of life rage, God’s promises are like lights on the shoreline, guiding us home.
The Book of John
Unique to the other four gospels, John’s firsthand account serves to explain how Christ is the fulfillment of the Old Testament and the reason for the New Testament. John’s narrative tells the greatest love story in history, connecting the dots from Genesis to Revelation. Learn something new from his fresh and very personal perspective.
Dave Ramsey has designed a 7-step system as part of his Financial Peace University. These steps are designed to be a broad roadmap to help people get out of debt and march toward financial freedom.
Keep It Shut
Karen Ehman addresses women and words in Keep It Shut with a kind, encouraging, and sometimes funny delivery. She explores what the Bible says about when to speak, when to remain silent, what to say in social media posts, why “just sharing a prayer request” might be gossip, and why self-talk matters too. Using words well leads to healthier relationships and the joy of seeing what God can do when he’s the one who speaks.
One of the common elements in all levels of football, from the peewees to the pros, is the playbook. It contains the game plan each team uses to overcome its opponent. Without the playbook, teams and players would be in a state of confusion, not knowing what to do or where to go. On the other hand, no matter how good the playbook is, it’s absolutely useless if the players don’t study it and apply it on the field. In order for us to consistently overcome our life’s adversary, we must know what God’s “playbook” says by reading and studying it, and applying what it says to our lives. If we don’t, we are playing right into the plans of our enemy.
The Sermon on the Mount
A brilliant and detailed exposition of one of the best known but most frequently misunderstood passages of Scripture. Here is a comprehensive and exhaustive study of our Lord’s words as recorded in Matthew chapters five, six and seven. This beautiful portion of the Sermon on the Mount is carefully analyzed, its contents outlined and thoughtfully arranged, and vastly rich and abundant truths are gleaned for your spiritual nurture.
The Air I Breathe - Worship As a Way of Life
True freedom comes when worship flows through us as naturally as the air we breathe, when the words and actions in our lives resonate with our Creator so deeply that every inhalation is full of meaning. When we understand the holiness of the God who knows the stars by name – and his overwhelming love for each of us – how can we offer anything less? Join us as we learn about how worship is more than just singing on Sunday morning and find out how to truly live a life of worship.
Dinner for 10
+/- 40 Dinner Group
Dinner Group has started gathering for some great food, fun, and fellowship. All who are a little PLUS or a little MINUS, the age of 40 can enjoy monthly dinners with others in the same stage of life. No agenda. Just Food & Fun!