Whether you are a Student, in a full-time job, or even unemployed, we know that work is important and necessary. But so often our identity is wrongly tied to the work that we do. God gave the Israelites a simple instruction to stop working and take a break; a Sabbath. How is God inviting you to step away from the pressure of work, sit in His presence and truly take a break “just because”?
We live in a world of comforts and distractions. If we are board, we can get lost on Facebook. If we’re hungry, we can buy a snack. If we’re tired, we grab a coffee. While all of these luxuries can be great gifts, they can also leave little space for God to meet us.
Confession is not a popular word in our day. We carry a lot of fears around being exposed or losing control of how others see us. As a result we are weighed down by a sense of our own guilt and we feel stuck. But what if confession is actually the doorway to the life we’re after instead of a barrier?
Exploring the importance of solitude, time with just God, in a transformative relationship with Jesus.
One of the great hopes of the gospel story is that we are undergoing a personal transformation. We are leaving behind destructive habits, patterns and thoughts and putting on the nature of Jesus. But that’s easier said than done. If you’ve ever felt frustrated, impatient or hopeless about that process than this series is for you.