Our new series is about the future, and about change, and all of the responses we are prone to have when we find ourselves in uncharted areas of life. We look at several examples of people who followed God into situations where the outcome was unknown and all they had to rely on was the promises of God. Join us as we begin a discussion about how to trust God when it seems like life doesn’t make sense and you are unsure about what lies ahead.
March 5: “Strong and Loving”
Ecclesiastes 3:1, Psalm 62:8-12
We can tell when the seasons are going to change. The sun sets earlier, the wind blows chillier, the leaves look browner… and we know something is about to change. When the season of your life shifts, God is strong and loving. He knows the way through uncharted territory.
March 12: “Afraid of Giants”
When we move into uncharted territory we don’t know what to expect. We know something is going to change but we don’t know what. The fear of this unknown can keep us from growing. God promises to be with us in the face of that giant.
March 19: “The Courage To Ask”
2 Kings 2:1-12
The next season of your life may be uncharted but God knows it completely. That’s why it makes sense to ask Him to give you what you need to make it through. Take courage! Your Father cares and will respond to your request for His presence and power.
March 26: “Looking Forward”
1 Chronicles 22:11-16, John 14:12-14, Deuteronomy 31:7-8
Scripture is filled with people that pursued God’s calling on their life and handed that calling on to others. Some of them didn’t even realize their dreams but entrusted them to the next generation. Maybe the greater things God wants to do through your life will come through those you inspire.
April 2: “Fulfill Your Ministry”
2 Timothy 4:1-5
Paul encouraged his friend Timothy to stay committed to the mission of the people of God, the Church. The Word of God, the people of God, and the world He created continue to call us to love and sacrifice so that people may see God’s love and grace.
April 9: “A Change To Your Plans”
That small band of followers had a plan for Jesus. He was going to be the new king over Israel to establish a new Israel and new kingdom. Jesus had a plan to be a different kind of King. God’s plans for our lives don’t always fit neatly into our own plans. Whose will you follow?