Jesus promised peace to those who follow Him. So why don’t we experience more of it?
The longing for healing and wholeness is universal, yet so many are held captive by brokenness, anxiety and fear.
This series will help you discover how to experience the kind of peace that Jesus promised, even in the midst of a broken world.
Of course, we all want our lives to be free of conflict, hostility, violence and filled with friendship and harmony. But is that really all there is to peace? Is peace just learning how to get along and play nicely with one another? Or is there something more, something deeper we need to understand about peace? Where does peace come from? How can we get it? And once we have it, how can we keep it?
I’d like to invite you to join us this Sunday as we begin a four-week series called Peaceless: Finding Peace in a Peaceless World. We live in a culture that is driven by fear and anxiety. We’re bombarded daily by headlines that inform and overwhelm us with the latest crisis, and constant chaos. With so much that seems out of control, is peace even a possibility in our world?
The good news is that real peace is available. Join us as we discover where to find it together.
This week, as we continue in our series, Peaceless: Finding Peace In a Peaceless World, we’ll be taking a look at the importance of knowing what is true and how we can make sure our lives are in alignment with that truth…and how that alignment impacts our peace.
We are in week 3 of our 4-week series Peaceless: Finding Peace in a Peaceless World. I invite you to join us this week as we take a look at what it means to cultivate the right conditions for peace to grow in our lives. Yes, the Holy Spirit gives us peace, but there are also ways that we can intentionally arrange our lives to be more conducive to experiencing peace regardless of our daily circumstances.
Usually, we think of being contagious as a bad thing. But yawning is contagious. And laughter can be contagious. Aren’t we all drawn to people who make us feel good? Their positivity can be contagious! And isn’t it easier to keep working on a project if you have someone working with you? Someone else’s energy can keep you motivated! Being contagious means you’re spreading something to another person either by direct or indirect contact which is, then, likely to spread to and affect others.
We are wrapping up our series Peaceless: Finding Peace in a Peaceless World this week by taking a look at how we can be agents of peace in a world that is desperately in need of it.
It’s not just germs that are transmissible. We can also choose to ‘infect’ those around us with good things! Things like laughter, hope, energy, and love. I hope you’ll join us this Sunday as we consider how to contaminate our world with the contagion of peace!