Message: “Asking For Direction” from Carter Moss

Carter Moss - March 6, 2022

Asking For Direction

Have you ever been on a road trip and engaged the cruise control on your vehicle, and then simply took your hands off of the wheel and allowed the car to take over? Now, if you don’t own a car with an autopilot feature, your answer is most likely a loud and emphatic “NO!” Just because the vehicle speed has continuity does not mean that the car won’t begin to drift, nor does it mean there will be no obstacles to navigate around on the road. Our lives are very similar to that road trip, but we can tend to engage our own cruise control and begin to think we can go on autopilot mode. For a while, things may seem smooth and easy, however at some point reality hits us and we realize we have actually drifted off course and are now dealing with obstacles we should have been able to avoid. We have to remember to ask God to help us navigate in order to keep our lives on the right track.

From Series: "Made for More"

The start of a new year is a natural time of reflection and planning for the future. What we often find as humans is that we like to dream big, but breaking out of our comfort zones can be easier said than done. We even find ourselves struggling to break out of our comfort zone when it comes to things God is calling us to. God reminds us that we are made for more - join us as we discover how to step into that!

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