I don’t do this very often.
But I’m going to make a call on this one. I think our next series, The New Rules for Love Sex and Dating, is the best series I’ve ever heard from Andy Stanley. And that’s saying something because they’re all pretty amazing.
I want to give you a heads up because not only do I not want you to miss it, but my guess is you’ve been thinking about inviting someone to Connexus for a while now.
In my view, there’s no better time than during the New Rules For Love Sex and Dating.
Not only is the series funny (Andy’s got a great sense of humour), it’s also extremely practical and helpful. And I think it will help change a lot of lives.
Who’s the series good for? Let me give you a list:
- Any living, breathing teenager (seriously…if you have a teen, bribe them if you need to to get them to church.)
- Single people.
- Married people.
- People on the other side of marriage.
- People who have fallen in love.
- People who hope to fall in love.
- People who have vowed they will never fall in love (again).
So who does that leave out? Nobody. Exactly. I think there’s something for all of us in this series!
So would you extend an invitation?
You can invite someone to Connexus Barrie here for the October 13th series launch, or to Connexus Orillia here for the October 20th launch. And feel free to share the series information via Facebook. Just make sure you’ve liked Connexus Barrie or Connexus Orillia to ensure you don’t miss a thing.
And while you’re here, we’ve got a pretty exciting fall lined up.
After the New Rules For Love Sex and Dating is over, we’re doing a series that’s perfect for both you and your friends called Like Jesus – a series about why people like Jesus but often don’t like Christians (who doesn’t have a friend like that). And then we’re into…Christmas! Who doesn’t love that?
Thanks for taking the time to read this. I just didn’t want you to miss out.
It’s going to be great! Can’t wait to see what happens next.
By the way, if you have younger children make sure they are in Waumba Land (preschool), Upstreet (elementary) or Transit (middle school), during this series and not with you. We’ll be talking explicitly about sex.