By Karen Polich
I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. John 10:10b
Jesus did not come so that we could have live a life of mediocrity. God desires for us to live abundantly. While many struggles can lead to setbacks, we have the opportunity to strengthen our relationship with Christ and be the man or woman He created us to be.
It’s time to dig in and build a better you. This Sunday, our entire church family will begin the four week study, Work in Progress, designed to improve our Christian lives.
From Michael M. Cook’s Work in Progress:
Never settle for mediocrity again.
Our greatest challenges are setting and maintaining biblical priorities, poor management of our finances, appropriately dealing with life’s wounds, praying consistently, and sustaining total commitment.
God’s people are not museum pieces that are anchored on a shelf to collect dust. We are a living, moving, and active people called by God to make an impact.
Your fulfillment in life will not come from how well you explore your freedom and keep your options open. That’s the pathway to a frazzled, scattered life in which you try to please everyone and end up pleasing no one. Your fulfillment will come by how well you surrender your freedom.
We can’t wait to see what God is going to do over the next few weeks. To learn more or to get connected with a small group, contact us here.