It is common for many during the season of Lent to think about "giving something up" — a holdover from its penitential flavor in the medieval church. But what if we thought less about "giving up" and more about "making room?" During our time of Lent, our focus will be to find out what it really costs to be so busy. We will seek ways and a rhythm to reconnect to an unhurried God. Here is our focus: 03.10.19 Lent 1 Sermon: Busy: Reconnecting with an Unhurried God "The Right Tem
This saying was found on a greeting card to a graduating senior — "Some days you're a pigeon. Some days you're a statue." Twelve ministers were on a plane going to a conference in Seattle. When they came into a large storm, they told the flight attendants to tell the pilot that everything would be okay because 12 ministers were on board. Later, one flight attendant returned from the cockpit. "What did the pilot say?" one preacher asked playfully. "He said he was glad to have
Thank you! Everything in me says "Thank you!"
Angels listen as I sing my thanks.
I kneel in worship facing your holy temple and say it again: "Thank you!"
Thank you for your love, thank you for your faithfulness... Psalm138:1-2a (The Message) How often do you say thank during a day? Why are you thankful? Who should I thank? Who should we thank? How should we thank? Several years ago in her research entitled, The How of Happiness, Sonja Lyubomirsky used a scientific approac