Two years ago, we went on a spiritual journey together called “For Those to Come.” We wanted to raise $800,000 and we are half-way there. Today we’re going to celebrate and talk about what comes next.
One of the greatest ways to shut down God’s activity in our lives is to try and control everything. When God is getting ready to move, He rarely asks our advice on how to run things, but surrendering our agenda can be one of the hardest things in the world. How do we keep expanding our ability to be led by God without throwing wisdom out the window? Today we are going to talk about how each one of us can see God use us more often.
Many of you have been discouraged, angered and alarmed at the shooting, at the chaos and of the destruction that has been taking place in Kenosha WI. Pastor Carter originally had a different message planned for the week, but the Lord woke him up to give us this message instead. Today we are going to talk about what to do when the city is burning.
God commands us to love deeply but we can’t walk too far along with Jesus before someone we care about will transition out of our lives. Maybe they moved away, found a different fellowship, a relational rift or maybe they turned away from Jesus. In this sermon, we will talk how to survive the loss of relationships we didn’t necessarily plan for.