Breathe. Be still. god is waiting.
Sabbath isn’t meant to be just a specific hour spent sitting in church ... it’s a sense of how God’s peace is meant to permeate our lives. Sabbath means intentionally looking for and listening for God at all times, so God can help us keep our eyes on what’s really important. Along the way, God promises to help us make sense of those big questions, and to give us energy, meaning, and purpose in our lives.
This Lent we focused on intentionally taking time for Sabbath. We tried to break the frenetic cycles we frequently find our lives in, and make space for God to fill and renew us.
Catch up on past sermons:
2/22/12 (Ash Wednesday): A Time For Sabbath Keeping -- Pastor Vern Christopherson
2/29/12: The Balance Between Work and Play -- Pastor Jason Bryan-Wegner
3/7/12: The Value of Community -- Pastor Shelley Cunningham
3/14/12: How Much is Enough? -- Pastor Vern Christopherson
3/21/12: Living With Intentionality -- Pastor Shelley Cunningham
3/28/12: What Does It All Add Up To Anyway? -- Pastor Jason Bryan-Wegner