This weekend we start a brand new series that, honestly, has been the hardest one I’ve ever had to write. We’re tackling the hardest subject I know of over five messages with a series called "Why God Says No". One of the most troubling questions of faith is why bad things happen to good people. If God is so powerful, why doesn’t he stop bad things from happening? If God is loving, why does life unfold with as much heartache as it does? In this series, we’ll look at why God says no, and we’ll uncover a surprising answer to a question that haunts believers and non believers alike – why does God say no?
This is a great series to invite your friends to: skeptics, people who have been disappointed in God, people who have walked away from the Christian faith and people who are hanging on by a thread. We can’t promise we’ll resolve every issue but we can promise we’ll engage the subject honestly, truthfully and in a way that helps share what God’s word says about why God says no.
This series kicks off this weekend in Barrie and next weekend in Orillia.
SPRING FORWARD this weekend! Dont forget to switch your clocks ahead!
Why God Says No | Part One: If God Would Only…
We all have ideas about what should happen in life. Most of us can call a flawless post game analysis. And we’ve all done that to God. We would handle things differently if we were in charge. So why doesn’t God do things our way? Why can’t he see things the way we see them and do what simply seems best? The answer might surprise you.
Service Times: 8:30-9:40 am & 10:00-11:10 am | Galaxy Theaters Barrie 72 Commerce Park Dr.
Bigger Than You
We all want to live a life of purpose, but trying to find a purpose that’s actually fulfilling can be difficult. So we acquire – we acquire a career, possessions, hobbies, experiences, faith and even friends and family. Jesus taught that ultimate satisfaction doesn’t come from acquiring all we want or need – but from something much bigger than that.
Service Times: 8:30-9:40 am & 10:00-11:10 am | Galaxy Theaters Orillia 865 West Ridge Blvd.