This weekend, our church will begin a special series on pursuing God’s work wherever the need exists, from our neighborhoods and regions to other countries.
There will be guest speakers, special sermons, and presentations and classes on missions from Oct. 26 through Nov. 17. Before and after each service, we and representatives of other ministries supported by Crosswinds will greet visitors and discuss their work.
Tags: Canandaigua, Christ, Christianity, Ecuador, Ends of the Earth, God, Jesus, ministry, missions, Religion and Spirituality, Rochester NY, Zambia
God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and all good. He made the universe, from the biggest galaxies down to the tiniest subatomic particles. He knows everything, and as scary as that can feel when we think about the mistakes we’ve made and the ways we’ve wronged Him and others, that means that we never have to fear He’ll find out what we’re really like. He already knows, and yet He loves us anyway. Inexplicably, we’re welcomed as children and not condemned as criminals. He told us again and again through the Bible that He’ll provide what we need when we need it.
So why do we so often struggle to trust that He will?
Categories: Prayers, Updates, & Answers, Uncategorized
Tags: Bible, Christianity, God, God's timing, Jesus, missionary work, Nigeria, Religion and Spirituality, Romans, SIM, TEN3, trusting God
Does spiritualizing the dent and embracing its symbolic value mean that we have to live with the dent? Should we be good stewards and protect the assets that God has entrusted to us? Too bad there wasn’t “The Book of Autobodius Insurians;” that’d be quite helpful and relevant.
Click here to read our October 2013 prayer letter
- “Hearing God in life’s little door dings”
- current focus, tasks and needs