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1: Angry Jesus

Speaker: Andy Stanley

Anger is an emotion we try to get rid of or to manage. That's because we usually get angry about things like not getting our way. But did you know Jesus got angry too? His anger was different, though. It was about something more significant than his wounded pride.

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2: Your Serve

Speaker: Andy Stanley

Jesus calls us to do good to those who cannot or will not do good for us. During Be Rich, we have the opportunity to do for others corporately. We have the opportunity to help our communities see the church doing good.

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3: Being Great

Speaker: Clay Scroggins

It's in all of us to want to be great. According to Jesus, there's nothing wrong with that. He defines it differently than you might think and makes it more possible than most would imagine.

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4: Love vs. Everything

Speaker: Andy Stanley

We all assume that we can behave and confess our way into a barrier-free relationship with God. If we sin against someone, we can just pray for God’s forgiveness and we’ll be back in his good graces. But what if God wants more from us than vertical morality? What if he cares about our horizontal relationships?

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Be Rich

Christians should be the most generous people on the planet because of God’s generosity toward us. Let's show our communities that our faith is more than just sermons and songs.

Be Rich

God wants us to do what he would do if he were us. We don't have to imagine what that might be. We can take our cues from Jesus. He used his power and position for the powerless and the positionless. We're called to do good for other people. Be Rich—our annual giving and serving campaign—is one way we can shine corporately.

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BE RICH: DO MORE. GIVE MORE.

No-strings-attached generosity was the hallmark of the first-century church. It should be a hallmark of the twenty-first-century church too. The apostle Paul told Timothy, "Command those who are rich in this present world . . . to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share." So let’s Be Rich. Let’s do more and give more than ever before.

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1: GOOD FOR NOTHING

One thing about being a large church is we can make a large difference. When we come together, when we're generous, we can change our communities and the world. This year with our seven Atlanta-area churches and fifteen partner churches, we intend to make a big difference.

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2: SIDE EFFECTS

Rich people live in denial. They won't admit they're rich. No matter how much you have, there's always someone who has more. But if you earn $40,000 a year, you are in the top four percent of wage earners in the world. If you earn $48,000 a year, that puts you in the top one percent of wage earners in the world. Most of us are rich. And one of the dangers of being rich is discontentment. The more you have, the more you want. Wealth has side effects. If you're rich, you're at risk. How do we avoid the pitfalls of wealth?

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3: DOLLAR COST LIVING

For many of us, our problem isn't that we're not rich (if you make $45,000 per year, you're in the top one percent of wage earners worldwide); our problem is that we don't feel rich. The desire to feel wealthy causes us to place our hope in money instead of in God. But the Bible describes a different way of thinking about and using our wealth.

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4: DIVERSIFY

We're all tempted to place our faith in money. We're tempted to believe that if we make enough, we'll be able to control our circumstances and create a better life for ourselves. The problem with that view is that the more we place our faith in the money, the more it controls us. Scripture challenges us to look at our money differently because our lives are better when we place our trust in the One who richly provides. Viewing wealth through the lens of eternity loosens our grip on it and its grip on us.

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