Finding God's way

Finding God's Way

Have you ever been looking right at but not seeing the thing for which you were looking? Sometimes we just need someone to point out what we are seeing.

Lessons learned from scripture

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Man turning pages of Bible with light coming from pages.

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We do believe God is at work in our midst and this series of sermons ponders how we might glimpse that divine intervention. 

Who is God? Who are we? Who are we together? Reflecting on this these three simple questions can lead us to a new and fuller understanding about who God is, who we are as individuals and who we are together. Let’s explore the question, who is God?

Being faithful to God’s way invites us to be brave, to have the courage to listen, consider, and learn anew. Sometimes the hardest voices we face are those from our own past, comments or teachings or beliefs of people we loved very much, parents, family, church leaders. Very difficult to set aside what we have inherited, often from people we trust, revere, adore, who were passing on what they understood, what they knew, what they inherited. I believe we owe sacred scripture a responsible reading, seeking first to hear what the speaker and author are saying in the text. This series will sort through what scripture says about human sexuality, and what it does not say. 


Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time, we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.

Galatians 6:9

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