I know it’s hard for some people to believe that the Bible is still relevant to our lives today, but the more you explore what God has to say to us in His word the more you will realize that the transforming power of God’s word never goes out of style.  It is still as powerful and life changing today as it was over 2,000 years ago.

Every Sunday the staff at Canyon Springs works hard to communicate the power of God’s truth in messages that connect the Bible with our every day life.  Check out our message archives and you’ll see.  You’ll laugh, you’ll relate, but more importantly you’ll see that God’s story can change your story and help you start a new chapter in your life.

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Jack Hawkins - January 9, 2022

Busy for a Season or Busy as a Lifestyle?

From Series: "Deciding What Matters"

For many of us, the amount of things that matter in our life is large and ever increasing. Your car matters. Your house matters. Your career matters. Your physical fitness matters. Your fashion matters. Your finances matter. Your kids matter. Your marriage matters. Your church matters. Everything matters. What would you say if I told you that the amount of things in your life that really matter is much smaller than you think? Over 3000 years ago one of the wisest people to ever walk the planet wrote a book called Ecclesiastes to help us understand how to live a life to the fullest by understanding what truly matters. If you would like to know more information about Canyon Springs Church in San Diego, visit http://www.canyonsprings.org

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