For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven Ecclesiastes 3:1
As the season changes, I am reminded of the joy that comes from witnessing plants return to life. A joy that I quickly forget as spring turns into summer. Reminiscing on the different seasons that we experience each year, I am reminded of the many seasons that we go through in our lives. Sometimes we are in a season that is going along so well we forget to stop and thank God for all that we have. Other times, we are in a season that feels as if it will never end. We find ourselves pleading to God, looking for refuge. No season lasts forever; one is quickly followed by another. Even in the coldest and longest of the seasons, God is beside us waiting to usher in the warmth of change. But as seasons change, sometimes we are still left with questions about God or our faith that we struggle to answer. Our new sermon series hopes to help answer some of these questions. No matter the season you are currently in, join us Sunday at 9 AM or 11 AM as we wrestle with the questions that weigh heavy on our hearts.
Blessings, Pastor Caitlyn