Years ago, there was probably something you believed was right. Today, you have a different opinion.
Maybe you believed that health was important, but somehow you've gained weight and feel sluggish.
Maybe you believed that sex was for marriage, but somehow you've had multiple partners and a string of painful relationships.
Maybe you believed that we need to be generous, but somehow your need outweighed others'.
Maybe you believed that you need to treat others as you want to be treated, but somehow you've started snapping at your family all the time.
When our moral boundaries are pushed — wherever you set them — you might be tempted to give in.
But when you give in all the time… something else happens.
If you've given up on moral lines you once embraced, there's something else you need to know that will give you hope.
Join us Sunday as we continue the conversation, and bring a friend with you!
Rubber Soul — Part 3 — Giving Up | Carey Nieuwhof
Giving in is one thing. But give in enough, and eventually you might decide that you no longer believe what you used to believe about a subject. So instead of giving in, you give up. Been there? Are God’s standards just too harsh? Too demanding? But people who have given up eventually must face one thing: the God they gave up on hasn’t given up on them.
9.00 and 10.30 am | 20 Mills Road, Barrie
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 | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia