LOVE the 937: Go Local

LOVE THE 937

October 09, 2016

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As fall descends on the 937, we hear Jesus encouraging and empowering his followers to reach out and BE his harvesters in this season of possibility. What might our communities yield if we refused to give up hope, moving in faith towards renaissance and revival? 

You're invited to join up with Pastor Chris and the worship team this weekend as we consider the call to -

GO LOCAL
LOVE the 937

 

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Love The 937: Go Local

Matthew 9:37, John 4

 

Resurrection Really Happens

 

 

Trust God's Genius

  • Psalm 24:1

 

 

God Is Still At Work In The 937

  • Isaiah 54:10
  • 2 Timothy 2:13
  • Hebrews 13:5

 

 

Step Into Your Harvest Land

 

 

Come and go with me....

 

 

 

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As fall descends on the 937 we hear Jesus encouraging and empowering his followers to reach out and BE his harvesters in this season of possibility. What might our communities yield if we refused to give up hope, moving in faith towards renaissance and revival? – Love the 937. GO LOCAL.

Daily devotionals that accompany each day's reading are also available on Facebook. They are created by a great Ginghamsburg unpaid servant team. You do not have to be a Facebook user to access them. View them here. When the page opens, click the date under NOTES (on the left hand side) to access the full document.

MONDAY: John 4:4-15
Jesus said that he is the source of Living Water. What does Jesus mean? How does the Samaritan woman respond? Do you find Jesus to be a source of life for you? Why or why not?

TUESDAY: Luke 24:1-12
Our God resurrects the dead to life. Where do you need resurrection in your life? What seems lifeless or dead in your life? Write out a prayer asking God to resurrect your lifelessness back to life.

WEDNESDAY: Psalm 24
The earth belongs to God! God has all of this—meaning God is here and present in our lives. Where do you see God’s presence in your life? In the lives of others?

THURSDAY: 2 Timothy 2:11-13
God is faithful! Or is God? Describe a time in your life when you questioned God’s faithfulness. How have you grown to trust God even in the middle of hard times?

FRIDAY: Psalm 130:1-6
God hears our prayers, but have you ever prayed for a long time and felt like God did not answer? What is your prayer? Recommit to praying for that person or circumstance for years to come.

SATURDAY: John 1:43-51
Philip gave Nathaniel an invitation, “Come and see.” How did that invitation change Nathaniel’s life? Have you ever invited someone to church? Into a relationship with Jesus? Who is it that God is asking you to invite?

SUNDAY: Matthew 9:37
What is the harvest? Who are the workers? What is God asking you to do in the 937?

 

 

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Matthew 9:37, John 4

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