Living Toward God's Promised Day
Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 2018
William Faulkner once wrote, “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” There is wisdom in these words, as our yesterdays show up in both predictable and unexpected ways. Nevertheless, the Christian faith provides a different way to look at our day. As Christians we are not primarily defined by our past, but by a future promised day. It is a day when God makes right that which we cannot heal. Of course, we only see glimpses of it in our lives, but it is a day that is trustworthy and true. Rev. Tom Are repeatedly tells us “live toward God’s promised day.” For we are not defined by our yesterdays, not even our grand ones, but by a tomorrow we have yet to see.
Oct. 14 This is the Place to Love
Oct. 21 The Places Jesus Shows Up
Oct. 28 A Place for Boldness
Nov. 4 Rev. Dr. Rodger Nishioka Preaching