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Faith is much more than the name of our church. Faith is like someone once said "not being sure of where you're going, but going anyway."

We believe as we make that journey, we are following a path that God has set out for us...as a church and as followers of Christ. And as far as the journey goes, it is definitely an adventure as we seek to choose God's way rather than our own.  

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Sermon Series

Sunday, July 30

Worship @ 9:30 and 11:00

Sermon Series: Romans - A Thinker's Guide to Faith

Message: When Suffering Leads to Questioning God

Message: when suffering leads to questioning god

The Bible is filled with some great understatements that I have come upon this week.

There is that verse from John (16:33) when Jesus says "In this world you will have trouble..."  I have a feeling we can all agree that we have seen our share of "trouble" in this world and in our life. 

And then I came across another one that seems to be at the other end of the spectrum from that one and yet, at the same time, is a great understatement of faith.  It is from the passage from Romans 8 that we will be diving into this week.  It is when Paul says that "nothing can separate us from God's love" (Romans 8:38)

Even though that is another one of the great understatements of our faith, I think that one makes some of us pause for a moment.  We know all about trouble, but we find ourselves questioning God's love in the midst of trouble at times.  

This Sunday, July 30th, we are going to look at that as we look at When Suffering Leads to Questioning God.  Plan now to join us in worship at 9:30 or 11:00.  If you have a friend or family member working thru some of those questions right now, invite them to come with you!  and may all of us embrace the love of God that is with us...always!  See you Sunday!

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