Part 1: Heartbroken

June 3, 2018

Nehemiah was the main player behind a monumental building project. But everyone knows that the best building projects are about more than walls. When what breaks your heart is the same thing that breaks God's heart, you can be an instrument to building something great.


Part 2: Start a Movement

June 10, 2018

These days there are so many causes and movements that you can be left feeling paralyzed by it all. What is your purpose, and what would it look like to take your next steps towards it?


Part 3: Deal with criticism

June 17, 2018

One of the most common reasons for people or organizations to shy away from big changes is because of the ensuing criticism that would inevitably unfold. Unless you do nothing, criticism is unavoidable. God doesn't want fear of criticism to stall your growth, and he definitely doesn't want criticism to cripple the mission of his church.


Part 4: Interior Remodeling

June 24, 2018

Sometimes the most dangerous enemy you face is right within your walls.


Part 5: Navigating Distractions

July 1, 2018

There are so many good things that you can fill your life with. But what should you do when good things distract you from the best things?


Part 6: If THese walls could talk

July 8, 2018

Once Nehemiah's work of reconstructing the walls of Jerusalem was finished, a more pressing matter took his attention. What good were those walls if no life existed within the city? See how Nehemiah guided the people of Jerusalem to a spiritual revival in four steps - the same four steps that breath life into Jesus' church today.


Part 7: Proof of Life

July 15, 2018

The word “repent” is intimidating to some and controversial to others. But when you peel back the layers and see what repentance is supposed to be all about, you discover that it is more about an invitation than a threat.


Part 8: Dedication and Celebration

July 22, 2018

One of the most powerful emotions that a person could possess is "thankful." The problem is that the stresses and worries of life can so often make "thankful" difficult to feel. Find how to get more "thankful" in our lives no matter who you are or what your circumstances might be.