Markus Witherspoon - July 31, 2022
Leaving Complacency Behind
What is something no one wants to hear? “You’ve really settled!” Whether it be with reference to a marriage, career, or anything else–settling for less is never what we want. And this is the textbook definition of being “complacent.” It’s basically an oxymoron for a Christian to be complacent when God has so much for us to do and become on this journey of faith. Join us as we take some lessons from Moses on complacency and see how we can press onward toward what God has for us!
From Series: "Endless Vacation "
Summer is known for a few iconic things: Sunny days with late evenings sunsets; barbecues with friends; cooling down in the ocean or pool, and of course–vacations. It’s well established that most families take a vacation during the summertime. And while in the peak of it they might even think: “I wish this vacation would never end.” There is something to be said about having an endless vacation, but we are not talking about never returning to the rhythms of home and work. We mean that some things are worth not just a one-week break, but an “endless vacation.” In this sermon series, we will unpack what things we should leave behind–for good!
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