For the last couple of weeks, we have been following the story of a man named Nehemiah who was consumed with a Holy Discontent.
Nehemiah desperately wanted to change the state of his ancestral home, Jerusalem. Yet in the first two weeks of our series Nehemiah really hasn’t done anything but pray and talk with the king about the situation. Four months have passed and nothing has improved, but that is all about to change as Nehemiah moves from praying and preparing to taking action.
This week we’ll look at Nehemiah 2 and 3. At the end of chapter 2 Nehemiah arrives in Jerusalem and he discovers the enormity of the task in front of him. I’m sure it was overwhelming, even with the plan and resources that Nehemiah brought with him. Thankfully, Nehemiah wasn’t alone. While God gave Nehemiah a vision to change the state of Jerusalem, that vision was never meant to be Nehemiah’s alone.
I hope you’ll join us as we discover that the mission of God is too big for any one of us to do by ourselves. The mission of God always requires God’s people to work together.
See you Sunday,
Join us this spring as we discuss the vision that God has given us as a church. Sign up for an evening or breakfast Vision Gathering with Pastor Kirk. Find out how you can be a part of what God is doing in and through Living Hope. Visit mylivinghope.ca/visiongatherings to sign up.
Join us Sunday, March 26 at 7 pm as we gather to sing, listen and talk with God about the things on our hearts and minds, both personally and as a church family.
Good Friday Service
Join us on Friday, April 14th at 10:30 am for our Good Friday Service. We will worship together in song and thank God for the necessary endings and new beginnings that are found in Jesus’ death and resurrection.
- March 26, Prayer Summit
- April 2, Baptism Seminar
- April 7. 50+ Supper
- April 10, Vision Gathering
- April 14, Good Friday Service
- April 16, Baptism Sunday
- April 16, Easter Sunday
- April 20, Elders in Training
- April 29, Vision Gathering