We finish our series and discussions on a subject familiar to every believer this Sunday. Next Sunday we’ll transition to our new series, Thirsty. Over the past several weeks we explored the reality that unbelief is often an under-acknowledged condition of our hearts. And instead of dealing with our unbelief, we choose hypocrisy as an easier road to travel. In other words, what we do is different from what we believe.
For Lent, our group will dig deeper into each week’s message utilizing reference materials from Clean Water for the World, our Sunday message, and other sources. Our goal is to wrestle with obstacles preventing access to clean water and reflect on possible solutions. Stories from scripture offer guidance on every aspect of life. Interpreting and applying biblical truths, however, require prayerful discernment that is best done in a group.
I invite you to join us each Sunday for worship as we explore what it means that access to clean water is a human right. I invite you to join us for this series that promises to be informative, challenging, and inspiring. And I pray that you’ll join us each Wednesday as we dive further into each week’s teaching.
If you prefer to avoid groups or live too far away, I encourage you to join us via Zoom for our Wednesday gatherings. Alternatively, you can call in by phone, be heard, and hear what others say by calling (929) 436-2866 — enter the meeting ID, 282 039 5568#.
We are a diverse group and are delighted when new people join us. I hope that you will join in on our discussion.
You can contact our office with questions, by phone or simply type your question or enter a prayer request on our website’s homepage — FlintAsbury.org.
Clean Water for the World, a Michigan nonprofit. Find more information at CleanWaterfortheWorld.org.
Barnabas Piper. Help My Unbelief: Why doubt is not the enemy of faith. © Barnabas Piper, 2020. Charlotte : The Good Book Company