Adventus:The Story Unfolds
December 07, 2014
What does it take to make a miracle happen? Our own limited perspectives fancy God with sparkling magic potions carefully arranged in a glittering heavenly toolbox. Maybe a few wands thrown in for the tough jobs. But God's best work has always been done using amazingly ordinary stuff. Water, mud, spit, a piece of stale bread, a barn, a teenage girl. Everyday objects and ordinary people.
This weekend's worship is a call to gather in close to watch the story of God's miraculous work in a faraway place - through ordinary people known simply as "Ginghamsburg." It's a don't-miss Advent weekend as Pastor Mike shares his heart and we step forward once again into God's life-giving story.
ADVENTUS: the story unfolds...
Isaiah 61:1-4 / Mike Slaughter / December 6 & 7, 2014
ADVENTUS: The Story Unfolds
See this week’s journaling questions on reverse side for deeper reflection.
The Story Unfolds
What does it take to make a miracle happen? God’s best work has always been done using amazingly ordinary stuff. Water, mud, spit, a piece of stale bread, a barn, a teenage girl. Everyday objects and ordinary people. How will the miracle unfold through you this Advent season...
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