Putting personal guardrails in your life can be the difference between finding peace, joy and freedom, or finding yourself in the middle of a destructive situation that you have no desire to be a part of.
Because culture baits us to the edge of what’s acceptable, then chastises us when we step over the line.
When culture says things like “Drink Responsibly”, or “Know Your Limit” it baits us to the edge of our limits then turns it’s back on us when we end up in trouble. This week at our Barrie Campus Andy Stanley concludes the Guardrails series with a moving challenge that will help us find freedom. In Orillia, we head into part 5 with an interesting take on how setting up financial Guardrails can help us in more ways than simply in our wallets. We hope you’ll join us at both campuses for these fantastic messages.
Next weekend is Easter Weekend (it crept up quick didn’t it?). We’re super excited to host you and your friends for Easter services this year. Our team has been planning fantastic experiences that you’ll regret not inviting somebody to. We’re also making it super easy to invite your friends this year. Just head on over to our facebook event and invite your friends right from there! You’re friends not on facebook? Use our standard Evite.
Looking forward to seeing you! Here are the deets for this weekend:
Barrie Campus | Guardrails | Part 6: One and For All
We live with an internal conflict between our values what we know is right and our desire for immediate fulfillment. In areas like finances, relationships, and careers, a guardrail can feel like a barrier to something that seems good now. So why bother having guardrails if they just add to the tension? In this message, Andy presents a story from the life of Daniel, persuading us to establish guardrails now . . . once and for all.
8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Barrie
Orillia Campus |Guardrails | Part 5: The Consumption Assumption
Contrary to popular opinion, God does not want something from you, he wants something for you. And nowhere is that more true than with your finances. Then why are we so insistent on separating our faith and our finances? What kinds of guardrails need to go up in order to protect us from financial disaster?
8.30 and 10 am | Family Ministry @ 10am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia