A Few Reasons That the 5 Cs Matter

2003 Messages

Watermark's commitment is for its members to be fully devoted followers or disciples of Christ. A Disciple of Christ is a "learner" and in order to assess how we are doing at "learning", members annually complete a personal growth assessment form covering the 5 Cs: Committed to God; Competent in the Word; Connected; Contributing and Creative.

Todd WagnerJan 5, 2003Luke 14:25-35
Luke 14:25-35

In This Series (18)
The Great Exchange
Blake HolmesDec 28, 2003
Is it God's Will that Watermark Build?
Todd WagnerSep 7, 2003
Searching for Treasure We Already Own, part 2
Kyle KaiglerAug 31, 2003Ephesians 1:17-23
Searching for Treasure We Already Own, part 1
Kyle KaiglerAug 24, 2003Ephesians 1:17-23
Ordinary Challenges, Extraordinary Measures
Todd WagnerAug 17, 2003
Extraordinary Church, Ordinary Challenges
Todd WagnerAug 10, 2003
Living Large in a Broken World: Temptations
Scott CoyJun 8, 2003James 1:13-18
Living in a Fallen World: Trials
Scott CoyJun 1, 2003James 1:2-12
Salt and Light
Jay JacobsMay 25, 2003Matthew 5:13-16
The Green Monster
Blake HolmesMar 15, 2003Proverbs 14:30
A Great Children's Ministry Is...
Todd WagnerMar 2, 2003
Fear Factor
Blake HolmesFeb 23, 2003Numbers 13-14
'Working the Steps' with a Shepherd and Making Room for the Sheep
Todd WagnerFeb 16, 2003
A Few Reasons That the 5 Cs Matter
Todd WagnerJan 5, 2003Luke 14:25-35
A Christmas Parallel That is More Than a Parable
Todd WagnerJun 30, 2002
Going the Distance
Todd WagnerMay 12, 2002
Getting in the Ring
Todd WagnerMay 5, 2002
Weighing in on Conflict
Todd WagnerApr 28, 2002

About '2003 Messages'

These are messages given in 2003 that are not part of a specific series.