Paul’s Wisdom for the Anxious Church
God Unbound | Sermon Series, Study, and Author Program
"We live in a difficult time for Christian people and the Christian church. There are competing perspectives, arguments over theology, and concern for the future, and it is a struggle for disciples to find their place in it, in their endeavor to live faithfully." These words perfectly describe the situation in the church in the city of Galatia, nearly two thousand years ago. It does not feel like much has changed. Our "God Unbound" sermon series and Sunday school class study will explore how the apostle Paul addressed this situation, and how his timeless, holy words can speak to our lives, and our life together, today.
Stop by the welcome center to pick up your copy of God Unbound by Elaine Heath. In September, many of our adult Sunday school classes will be studying the book and it will be the focus of our Sunday sermon series.
Human Approval or God's Approval?
You Are All One in Christ Jesus
Life in the Spirit
Galatians 5:1, 13-25
Bearing One Another's Burdens
Elaine Heath of Duke Divinity School
Sunday, September 23
You are invited to a special discussion of God Unbound: Wisdom From Galatians For The Anxious Church with Elaine Heath, professor of Missional Theology at Duke Divinity School, on Sunday, September 23, at 2:00 pm in the sanctuary. Learn how wisdom from Paul’s epistle to the Galatians can expand our view of God, themselves, and the church's mission.