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May 18/19, 2019

Speaker: Pastor Andrew Berg

Scripture: Matthew 13:1-23

When was the last time you asked yourself the question “How’s my soul”?

You have a soul. You might feel broken, you might feel full, or maybe you feel completely empty. Jesus has something to say about you and to you.

The Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13… go and read it!) is like a biblical “personality-soul” test. We’re going to take a good look at our souls and, by the grace of God, respond.

We all have deep places that we’re scared of looking at and acknowledging - but Jesus won’t let us ignore them. If we surrender to Him, He will take us to these places that are uncomfortable and maybe even to places we’ve never wanted to go. This journey is hard work but also results in new heights of freedom and healing and love. Are you ready to listen to Him? Because this journey will change your life.

So I’ve got a question for you: how’s your soul? See you at church this weekend!

Intentional Diversity

Sep 22/23

Speaker: Clint Mix

Scripture: Acts 2:1-13

We all look forward to exciting events with anticipation. Jesus told his first followers to look forward to the coming of the Holy Spirit, but when the Spirit came things happened in a way that no one could have anticipated. Why the dramatics? Why wind, fire and multiple languages spoken?

Could it be that from its inception the church was (and is!) called to move beyond the comfort zone of being with people who are like us?

This weekend as we continue to explore The Foothills Way together we’ll look at our practice and value of Intentional Diversity. We’ll see how we’re already practicing this as a church family and we’ll ask ourselves: how can we lean even further into being the people that God has called us to be? What does Intentional Diversity have to do with the things that God wants his church to do?

See you soon!

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