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In our services January 24 – February 7, we will explore some “dangerous” prayers – those prayers that God wants to answer and we may not always be ready for what’s in store. These prayers are for people who are willing to step out of the boat, take a leap of faith, and trust that not only does God answer, but God answers in powerful ways! We will learn together how to dive deep into prayer that moves the heart of God, but, more importantly, moves us!

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We all are on a journey toward God whether we are aware of it or not. We search for meaning, for significance, for love. For those of us who follow Jesus, we know that it is our relationship with God that fulfills those longings, but all of us at times try to fill those longings with things that lead us away from God. Life can be really hard sometimes and how we think about God during those times can make all the difference. We can blame God, beg God, push God away. Sometimes our shame and guilt keep us from believing that God really wants us or that we have to earn our way back into His “good graces.” But no matter how far we wander, there is always a way back to God. 

There are many ways we can be faithful in following Christ. Faithfully reading scripture, praying, worshiping in spirit and truth, serving others. These are foundational to our faith. But there are some other aspects of our faith that we often don’t concentrate on that are certainly worthy of our attention.

 

In this series we will look at how we can be more faithful in our words, humility, grief, citizenship, unity and our commitment to the miracle of the gospel. With all that is swirling around in our culture right now, these practices will help us clear out the noise and focus in on how we can faithfully represent Jesus to a watching world.

There are many ways we can be faithful in following Christ. Faithfully reading scripture, praying, worshiping in spirit and truth, serving others. These are foundational to our faith. But there are some other aspects of our faith that we often don’t concentrate on that are certainly worthy of our attention.

 

In this series we will look at how we can be more faithful in our words, humility, grief, citizenship, unity and our commitment to the miracle of the gospel. With all that is swirling around in our culture right now, these practices will help us clear out the noise and focus in on how we can faithfully represent Jesus to a watching world.

It’s Back to School time - the time to get our supplies, prepare for a new start, anticipate learning new things. But it is also a time of anxiety and uncertainty and questions and difficult circumstances. So if we’re going to head into this very uncommon school year, what are things we need to pack in our kids’ backpacks? What are the tools they will need to maneuver through the things life hands them this fall? And what does Jesus have to say about it? How does our faith impact the way we handle it?

 

While kids, parents and grandparents will find this series timely, all of us are facing similar circumstances and could use some guidance from God’s Word to lead us through.

Our whole world has been shaken, and in this season of uncertainty we have been left searching for stability. Even as the external events of a pandemic, racial injustice and political maneuvering swirl around us and shape our experiences, how we respond internally can be a catalyst for new spiritual growth.

 

How can the realities in which we find ourselves be used to filter out what isn’t pure, holy, just, or honest in our own lives so that we can settle on what is truly unshakeable?

Who are we at the core? What have we put our faith in - really? What is God teaching us when we finally accept the fact that controlling our little world has been an illusion all along?

What are the things that need to become our “new normal?”

Pastor Jennifer begins her time at Centenary as our Senior Pastor with this series, On the Journey. She is a passionate follower of Jesus who subscribes to the idea that life is not a destination, but a journey. And we are all on a journey.

 

In this series, we explore the adventure of our calling, our journey with Jesus, and our journey together as the Church, ultimately accepting God’s invitation to share God’s love with others so they can begin their own journey of faith.

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