We are the body of Christ, but what happens when the body has limited communication with it's members? Steve Valdez talks about how our church body can be staying strong and healthy in distanced times.
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The community of Jesus and his disciples, intentionally growing, following, and learning his ways.
A church where people are drawn into a deeper relationship with Jesus through purposeful community – our love and knowledge of Christ would grow as we walk together through this life.
ISN’T A BUILDING.
We each come — bringing our unique stories — to journey life together as a community. It is not about uniformity, but unity, so that together we may live for something bigger than ourselves. So no matter where you are in life we invite you to come as you are and encourage you to live for something greater.
A few Fridays ago, we had a blast at our Harvest Family Fun Night! It was so memorable to see young kids in our community having fun with their parents and siblings! We had balloons flying, popcorn popping, exciting music, and fun competitions!
As a church family we are heading down this road, we are committed to keeping on the road. We are committed to listening to the Lord and continue to listen to Him and follow His directions. There may be times that a fog comes and settles in and we begin to wonder where things are, but we must not give up fighting for and pressing into clarity.
Each of one us is unique. The way we rest is unique too. There is not a perfect format, rule list, or way to practice the rhythm of rest. If you are trying too hard to rest "the right way," then it's probably not restoring your soul, mind, and body in the way it's meant to. Sabbath is not about resting perfectly but resting in the One who is perfect.
The rhythm of generosity comes from both giving and receiving. There is no shame in being in need, no shame in receiving gifts that have been generously and lovingly given. If you, as a valued part of the body of Christ are in need, reach out. And to those of you, in the body of Christ, who have much, give generously to those in need.