God's ways are often not the ways we expect, and sometimes that can be disappointing. Jesus invites us to change focus. Rather than take care of only ourselves, we welcome others and care for them, knowing that all is in God's hands.
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The ELCA's motto is "God's Work. Our Hands." Do you know what has been placed in your hands? What gifts has God given you? Join us in worship as we discover our gifts and place them in God's hands.
God's work in us is never-ending and our experiences of one another shape our heart for the world. In this season of growth in our faith, we see the ways God's kingdom grows beyond even Jesus' expectations. How might God be opening our views and calling us to a deeper faith that reaches out to others?
Jesus' words are not always soft and comforting - sometimes they challenge us and push us to trust what God is doing within us. We doubt, we're overwhelmed with what's going on around us, we look for easy ways out, but God is faithful as we struggle with the troubles in our world.
Join us in worshiping God's gift of his own flesh and blood as God draws near to us in Christ Jesus. We reflect on how God feeds our spirits and goes with us into the world God loves.
Join us in worship as we reflect on the ways that God creates community. How do we let go of our individual needs and our own egos, and what needs to go? We look at Ephesians 4 for the marks of what builds community.