It’s A Miracle: New Life in the Desert
Many people don't believe in miracles. It seems too religious or out-there to expect God to fix our problems or to respond to our requests.
On the other hand, when people do pray for miracles, they expect something of mythical proportions. While God can act supernaturally, more often than not God uses the most natural things to accomplish the greatest miracles of our lives. As we see it illustrated in the story of the Israelite people in the Bible, it was easy for God to get Israel out of Egypt; the true miracle was getting Egypt out of Israel.
Perhaps what we all need is fresh reminder of how God brings about his miracles in our lives.
Over the next few weeks, as we journey through what's called the Lenten season at the180, we will be preparing our hearts and minds as we move toward Easter. We will begin to understand the “miraculous” in a new way as we see how God allows his people to learn, sacrifice, surrender and change in the desert.
This is so important that even Jesus did not avoid his own battle in the desert, where he fasted and prayed for 40 days before undergoing an extraordinary, identity-defining moment of his own.
Join us as we enter this special season of preparing for Easter together, including a special Good Friday service on the evening of April 19th.
Sunday, March 24th @ 10:30am
Sunday, March 31st @ 10:30am
Sunday, April 7th @ 10:30am
Sunday, April 14th @ 10:30am
Good Friday, April 19th @ 7:30pm