As I write this, it is February 12, 2020. Our last time together I asked, “Who are you?” So far in answer to, “Who are you?” we discover that you are a child of God. … Read More
This past weekend was Groundhog Day, the fateful day when, if it’s sunny outside and Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, then obviously, six more weeks of Winter await, but, if it’s cloudy and he doesn’t, … Read More
As I write this, it is January 25, 2020. Where has this new year gone? Did you make New Year’s resolutions? A New Year’s resolution is a promise a person makes for the new year. … Read More
This past weekend the church had its first Meet-Up. If you missed this and have no idea what I’m talking about, every month we are going to have a free/low cost meet-up event for anyone … Read More
As I mentioned last week, change is often difficult for a variety of reasons, including the fact that it requires work and intentionality. That intentionality is what I want to discuss this week. Intentionality is vital for any sort of transformation and change, but so often we disregard it in hopes that things will “just happen.”
It’s over a week into the New Year, which means that most of our resolutions have probably already been broken because change is difficult and requires effort and intention. I’ll write about that later, but since it is still the start of a New Year, I wanted to write briefly about renewal.