It will be great to gather together on Sunday. I hope you'll ask someone to come with you. You just never know whose life you'll change or what it will mean to them down the road when their life gets deeply rooted in God. All because you simply cared about them and asked.
As we move into the home stretch of H-Bomb on both campuses, here's where we land:
Orillia Campus | 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
This weekend we begin to figure out how recovering hypocrites can get better, with a message called "Triage".
didn’t get wounded all by ourselves – we got wounded
by other people while in community. Ironically, we also need each
other to heal fully. You can try it on your own, but the only way true
healing comes is in community — this time, a loving, supportive
community. The church the way God designed it actually can be the
type of community that brings that kind of healing.
brings the message and Michael Walker and Turn off the Stars lead
Barrie Campus | 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
We wrap up H-Bomb by imagining what it could be like to have a life more free of hypocrisy than you ever dreamed, and then talking about exactly how to get there. Carey Nieuwhof will share parts of his personal struggle and journey in this area, and point the way to peace.
God wants so much to bring about an emotional and
spiritual healing in your life. This weekend, we'll look at life as it will be when God has finally
brought His peace to your home. Just imagine for a second life without the things that have haunted you to this point, and I think you'll agree it's a life we all deeply want to experience. The message is called "Peace".
Carey Nieuwhof brings the message and Jackie Wright leads worship.
So looking forward to our gathering, and praying deeply for you, this community and our friends. Excited by all that God is going to do!