Join us September 13 – October 11 where we’ll focus on the third part of our vision statement, God Has Big Plans for Your Life. Each week we’ll look at a different character from the Bible whose life was disrupted and see what we can learn from them. Because of COVID, we are all experiencing disruption and change. We’ll be inspired and encouraged to take our frustrations to the Lord and let Him comfort and guide us through it knowing He has a plan for our lives.
Moses | September 13, 2020
Have you ever wondered what God’s big plans are for your life? This week we look at Moses to help us answer this question. We see a man who was born a slave, raised in Pharaoh’s house and sovereignly protected by God. He was trained up from a murderer to a humble man that God used to lead the Israelites and show them His character .
Nehemiah | September 20, 2020
As we look at the life of Nehemiah, we see that understanding God’s plans for our lives involves our heart, seasons of intense prayer and a call to action. It’s also important to acknowledge that God’s plans are different for everyone.
Gideon | September 27, 2020
Gideon is relatable because he questioned and doubted God’s calling. What we learn from his story is how he moves from doubt to faith, and from faith to action. We can learn God’s big plan for our lives when we move from doubt to faith. Imagine how many people would come to know God’s Big Plan for their lives if we moved in faith.
James, the Brother of Jesus | October 4th, 2020
Sometimes God’s big plans are simply placing us among other believers with an open heart. Maybe you’re in a place like James, Jesus’s brother, and God wants you to just keep showing up and continuing to grow. Then allow your hardships to increase your wisdom.
Peter | October 11th, 2020
Peter went from being an impulsive, cocky fisherman to a humble servant of Jesus. God worked in the life of Peter through periods of incubation, training, leadership, and legacy. God clearly had a big plan for Peter but it was up to him to move forward in obedience. We have the same opportunity.