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So many people talk about the “good old days” or spend their time worrying about the future.  Neither of which we have any control over.   We have this moment, this day, this time to live.   But God did not call us just to exist in these times.  If we are followers of Jesus, then God has given us access to abundant life!  How do we tap into that with everything that is going on around us?  How do we keep from getting discouraged?  How do we fight in a way that brings glory and honor to God?  How can we TRIVE in modern day Babylon?



2020 is over but will never be forgotten. The events of the year have changed so much about life. However, this past year has also reminded us of our need for the truth. For our need to acknowledge there is something greater at work in this world then what we might be able to see or what we are told by those around us. For some, this last year has pulled them away from God, for others it has driven them closer than they have ever been. In either case, there is a reality that we all will face. We were created to worship. Everyone will worship something.


If you only had one week left to live, what would you do? As I pondered this question, I began to come up with a list of things that I wanted to do for me. People I wanted to spend time with, places I wanted to see, foods I wanted to eat, and on and on. What about you?
Over the next few weeks, we are going to look at the last week of Jesus’ life. Not every event but a few that represent what He was focused on. He was a man on a mission. Nothing would
stop Him from His final destination, the Cross. Jesus’ last week was inspiring for some educational for others. It was confusing to some of those closest to Him and infuriating to those in opposition to Him. We are going to look at all of these and a few more as we enter into the Easter Season together.





Have you heard the story of Jonah? Here is the challenge that we always have on a Sunday morning, it is actually one that I enjoy! Each time we gather we must find a way to share as if we are sharing with someone who has never heard the Word of God before. As if today is the first time they have been exposed to the truth it contains. We have to be sure that everyone knows at least the basics. But there is more. For those of us that might have grown up in Sunday school, we remember the whale on the flannel graph! Many of you can probably sum up all 4 chapters in a few of sentences. But I believe there is so much more! How God can use this example to help us grow today? How can He use this event from His Word to challenge us in our faith to Love Forward.


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