ADAGE

ADAGE

ad·age noun

  1. a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth

What does God want for my life? What is my life purpose? How do I navigate difficult seasons? How can we stop fighting so much? What is good parenting? Is there a way to make healthy decisions rather than destructive ones? Our lives are constantly filled with insignificant and significant choices. How do we wisely navigate the myriad of options we face each and every day? Our new series, ADAGE, will explore some of the oldest wisdom literature ever written and help us discover its supreme and godly relevance in our lives.

VIDEO

ADAGE – “Funeral Celebrations”

ADAGE – “What time is it?”

ADAGE – “Turn it Over”

ADAGE – “HIGH PROBABILITY”

ADAGE – “WORDS” // 01-14-18

ADAGE – “Meaningless” // 01-07-18

ADAGE – “Do You Have It?” // 12-31-17

AUDIO

ADAGE - “Do You Have It?”

by Jason Montano // Associate Pastor // 12-31-17

ADAGE - "Meaningless"

by Jason Esposito // Lead Pastor // 01-07-18

ADAGE - "Words"

by Jason Esposito // Lead Pastor // 01-14-18

ADAGE - "HIGH PROBABILITY"

by Jason Esposito // Lead Pastor // 01-21-18

ADAGE - "Turn it Over"

by Jason Montano // Associate Pastor // 01-28-18

ADAGE - "What time is it?"

by Jason Esposito // Lead Pastor // 02-04-18

ADAGE - "Funeral Celebrations"

by Jason Esposito // Lead Pastor // 02-11-18