What’s the one treat you can’t resist? That dessert that follows dinner and once you’re already full – you seem to have room for it?
You know what we’re talking about. If it were sitting next to you right now, you would be powerless against it’s allure.
It might be lighthearted when we’re talking about a treat – but temptations can be a serious battle. They can start subtle and slow, but can grow into something we have little to no control over.
What happens when it feels impossible to stay true to your convictions?
If we told you it was possible – would you want to know how?
Join us this weekend!
Rubber Soul — Part 2 — Giving In | Carey Nieuwhof
Sometimes it can feel impossible to stay true to your convictions. So you give in. Just once. Which often becomes twice, or three times. Often people give in because it seems like there’s no other way out. And if there is a God why does he allow you to be tempted? Is it even possible to stay true to your convictions?
9.00 and 10.30 am | 20 Mills Road, Barrie
Rubber Soul — Part 1 — Theory of Relativity | Carey Nieuwhof
So…is morality relative? Ask most people, and they’ll tell you it is: what’s true for me isn’t automatically true for you. But at the heart of moral relativity is an interesting assumption—that moral compromise compromises no one. What if there is a cost to moral relativity? A cost that you’re paying?
9.00 and 10.30 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia