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Walking With God

Posted by Lauren Wrightsman on

Do you remember when you learned how to walk? I certainly don’t! I was too young to understand the importance of my actions. I was, of course, encouraged by those around me and I am sure there were claps of joy as I took my first steps. I remember my children’s first steps and even have pictures and video that marked these times. But for my personal experience, I don’t remember those moments.

I once had the opportunity to experience the joy of watching a young adult learn to walk again. This young adult had been in an accident and had to relearn, all over again, how to take steps. Like a toddler, they needed encouragement and support. Which is true for any of us as we learn (or re-learn) new skills.

In our walk of faith, we often find ourselves navigating difficult paths. Our progress, which at one time seemed so sure and certain, seems to falter. We stumble. We fall. We lose our way.

This can happen in a multitude of ways:

  • A loved one dies, and we find ourselves stumbling over all of the questions of faith and life
  • We lose our job, and we trip over new terrain and an uncertain map of the future
  • We don’t get into the college or university of our choosing and all of a sudden we don’t know what our next steps will be
  • A relationship ends and we find ourselves traveling the path of life alone, or with different company
  • There is a health diagnosis that means learning new skills for navigating uncertain terrain
  • A crisis happens and we lose a sense of faith, the importance of worship, or the support that engaging with a community of faith offers us in our daily lives

This Lenten Season, we will be looking at ways we can encourage and support one another in our individual and shared walks of faith.

During our Sunday morning worship we will be “Navigating Life Together”. Through our exploration of the parables found in the Gospel of Matthew we will discover how Jesus exemplified the importance of walking with forgiveness, love, generosity and grace.

Lenten Wednesday Services will focus on “The Walk” – a book study by Pastor Adam Hamilton. Wednesday evening services (5:00 and 7:00 pm) will explore what it looks like to follow Christ intentionally, and what it means to step out in faith. We will be exploring this in small groups and the Pastor’s Bible Study more closely on Wednesday’s during Lent at either 9:30 am or 6:00 pm. 

The psalmist declares, “Teach me your way, Lord, so that I can walk in your truth” (Psalm 86:11).

May we encourage, support and love one another as a community in our walk of faith together!

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