On Sunday, Pastor Kyle, continued our four part series that will cast vision for the next season of Sent Church entiled, "Build With Vision". Part 2, entitled "Freedom and Favor", continues the story of Nehemiah chapter 2. Do you know what it is you want for your life? For your kids? Your home, neighborhood, or your church?
Even through the darkness of the most tragic event in recent American history, we can have hope. We learn from the past as long as it is remembered.
Let us not remember the hatred but the joining of hearts from every corner of the nation no matter your race, gender, religion, political ideology, or occupation. Let us not forget the compassion that poured out on those who lost and the ones who gave their lives to save others.
Let us honor those who never got to see September 12th. Let us remember and never forget that love endures and goes deeper than hate, bigotry, selfishness, and evil. Nothing can seperate us from the eternal love of God, not even death.
Let us remember the hope we have in Christ. Let us rememeber that He died for us in the ultimate act of love, who tore the veil between God and us.
Let us remember that hope and never forget that God is bigger. Nothing is out of His control.
Sent Church, started on September 8, 1985, turned 34 yesterday!
Lead Pastor Kyle Ray, honored the event by starting a four part series that will cast vision for the next season of Sent Church entiled, "Build With Vision". The innagural messeage entitled "Before There Was a Vision" follows the story of Nehemiah, found in the Old Testiment. God can use heartbreak to lead you to His vision for you, just like he did with Nehemiah. The question is: what breaks your heart?