How do you change your character?
For the last 8 weeks we have been talking about how character affects who you are becoming. The starting point to changing your character is realizing that there is a higher authority than yourself who defines what is right and what is wrong. Our problem is that we put our confidence in ourselves rather than God. We judge what’s right or wrong, and we decide what we will and will not do. This is how we ended up exactly where we are today. Until we acknowledge that God is the one who sets the standard for life, we won’t experience change in our life or our character.
This weekend, as we continue our ‘Becoming’ series, Pastor Peter will be speaking from James 4:13-17 and exploring what this passage has to say about changing your character. I hope you’ll join him – together you’ll explore what James says about putting your confidence and trust in God rather than yourself.
May the peace of Christ reign in you today!
Did you miss last week? The Becoming series is available online at mylivinghope.ca
Pastor Kirk will be away most of November, traveling and speaking with our Seamless Link Partner in the Caribbean Sun Region and then leading a group from Living Hope on a discipleship journey to Israel. If you need assistance or would like to talk with someone please feel free to talk with Pastor Peter or Pastor Shauna in Kirk’s absence. Pastor Kirk will be back in the office December 4.
Tim and the Glory Boys
Join us November 11th for The HOOTENANNY! Tour, a worship hoedown featuring Tim Neufeld and the Glory Boys. What is a “worship hoedown” you ask? It’s a bluegrass-inspired night of music and joy… beards, banjos, and blessings for the whole family! It is a night of corporate worship with hymns, choruses, original songs, and comedy, geared towards all ages. Tickets are available online at timmytour.com.
|November 19||Family Connect Lunch|
|November 21-30||‘Together in Israel’ trip|
|November 24||50+ Christmas supper|
|November 24||Youth Event – ‘Get Real’|
|December 3||Newcomers’ Lunch|
|December 14||Board of Elders Meeting|