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September 2012 Sermon Series
 

 

Statistics vary on how many career changes the average American makes, but we know it is more than several - from three to as many as seven.  It highlights our innate search for meaning, maybe unsettledness and certainly the desire to make our lives count.  So many times, we are looking for significance in our job when our significance should be rooted in serving God.

But what does that look like?  So often, we struggle with a faulty idea that following Jesus and our call to serve God will mean a move to a foreign mission field or some other radical shift or maybe we’re wondering if we have anything to offer God, but just like God asked Moses, “What is that in your hand?” (Exodus 4:2). He asks us the same thing.   With what has God resourced us – talents, interests, passions, time, and finances – that could open up ways to serve and what needs are right in front of us? 

During the month of September, we will ask and answer these kinds of questions in “Me, Myself & Beyond.”  How can we take that next step in our walk with Christ and be part of the process of boldly fulfilling our mission “to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world”?  How will creating a premise of serving grow us into more peaceful, satisfied and joyful people?  How will developing a church culture, where we believe that everyone has something worth contributing and the ability to serve, bless our church and this community?  Join us this month on Sundays as together find purpose and meaning through serving God.

Click on the sermon title to listen to sermons in this series.

September 2, 2012  l  "Everyone Stutters"  l  Exodus 3:1-8a, 10-14; 4:1-4, 10-12

September 9, 2012  l  "Walk on Water"  l  Matthew 14:22-32

September 16, 2012  l  "You Feed Them"  l  Luke 9:10-17

September 23, 2012  l  "Family Matters"  l  Romans 12:1-10, 16

September 30, 2012  l  "Get in the Game"  l  1 Peter 4:7-11