Greetings all in the name of Christ!
Beginning at 4:30 PM today, we’ll gather in the Sanctuary to offer feedback to our architecture firm, TurnerDuran. Even if you read this too late, or simply were not able to make it, I want to remind you of the long-range planning that is currently in process. We are a growing church. As such, this is a great time to be a part of this great church! But, we must carefully plan for the future to assure all of our recent growth isn’t just a blip on the screen. How can we sustain this growth? We’re attempting to look 15 years into the future and ask the question, “What kind of church do we want to be? What kind of church should we be?” This very well may mean making changes to our campus or creating additional revenue streams to help us fund some necessary changes. Your feedback is vital so I hope you can make it!
This Sunday in worship, we will continue our sermon series on Major Questions of the Bible by examining miracles. Jesus performed miracles frequently from turning water into wine at a wedding to healing numerous illnesses and bringing people back from the dead. Not only that, but many of the Disciples performed miracles and miracles were almost common plan in the Old Testament, too! Where are they today? Why don’t miracles happen now? Or do they happen and we just have alternative explanations?
See you this Sunday in the WHERE ARE THE MIRACLES place.