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Our Church Wide Study journey continues…
“An interrupting hope is a disrupting desire for existential change that is generated and sustained in a community of reliable others that names difficulties, envisions new possibilities and inspires work toward transformation of self and other.” Gregory Ellison II Cut Dead But Still Alive: Caring for African American Young Men (chapter 4)
Cited in Pastor Callahan's sermon "Liberating Hope" Romans 8:12-25 on Sunday, July 20, 2014
Church Wide Small Group Bible Study
Sermon Series: Freedom Summer
This Week's Lesson: Celebrating 5 Years Together
Weekly Scripture Reading:
Monday, September 28 - Saturday, October 4, 2014
As we take time this week to reflect on the work that the Lord has done in our midst these last 5 years as pastor and congregation, let us also be prayerful about the things that God has in store for us and the work that God desires to do through us in the days to come.
Spend time this week journaling. In what ways do you sense God is speaking to you as an individual? To us as a congregation? What "next steps" come to mind?