What will your life look like in 5 years? Hard to say, right? Maybe not…… Maybe there are some things you can do, some choices you can make, some changes to put in place that will help you set the course for your life to be exactly where you want it to be in 5 years. But what are those things? What are those choices? What are those changes? And where does God fit into all of this? Join us on a journey to discover how to plan for what lies ahead.
Many things Yogi Berra said don’t make sense, but in one of his famous sayings, he absolutely nails it: “It ain’t over till it’s over.” As we wrap up a year and a decade, what do we need to remember moving forward? The Old Testament Prophet, Jeremiah gives us a great reminder that we hope will help you, not only in 2020, but far beyond.
Christmas music. Some people love it, others…….well…….not so much. Regardless of where you fall on the, “Christmas Music” scale, nearly everyone has a favorite Christmas Carol. We grew up singing them. And why not? They are a beautiful reminder that God is with us – in answered promises, realized dreams, and refreshed hope. How could we help but sing?
Many people in our American culture work hard to find a way to get rich, but what if we flipped that and instead of trying to “get rich” we did everything we could to “Be Rich”? Be Rich is a focus that takes our attention off of ourselves and puts it onto God and others. Be Rich shows us how God wants us to respond to His blessings and teaches us how to love beyond self, serve beyond self and give beyond self.
Worry seems to be universal. For many people it’s as much a part of life as breathing. Yet Jesus said, Don’t. Don’t worry! Easier said than done. . .right? Yet, if Jesus commanded us to stop worrying about our life, don’t we have to assume there’s a way to do that?
In this series we explore what Jesus had to say about worry. We’ll discover where worry comes from, why it’s so difficult to overcome, and what you can do to conquer it. We’ll dig into what Jesus taught about worry, and we’ll also walk through an Old Testament story about a man who was challenged with a single question that brought a new perspective to his worries. That question may be the key to overcoming worry in your life as well.