Current Sermon Series:
“Day by day.” We say this to each other a lot. We say it when things are rough. We say it when things look like they’re about to get rough. We say it when we don’t know what else to say. Maybe, though, we don’t say it nearly enough. It almost always gets at the truth. It reminds us not to fixate on the future. It reminds us not to get mired in the past. It reminds us that what’s real, what’s immanent, and what needs and deserves our attention is right in front of us. This reminder is so very important. Especially these days. Especially these days. And so, yes, “day by day.”
What does it look like to live the Christian faith day by day? There are many ways of coming at this question. One way to address this question might be to focus on the way each day of the week is different and ask “How do I live as a follower of Jesus on Monday? What about Tuesday?” And so on.
From January 13- February 24, we’ll share a sermon series called “Day By Day.” We’ll devote one sermon to each day of the week. I’ve asked, and you’ve told me, what each day of the week means to you. Based on your description of each day’s essence, we’ll consider what it might mean to live as a person of faith each day. I pray that this will help us all, more and more, take it “day by day.” Especially these days. Especially these days. Bring a friend and join us for worship in January and February!