Sometimes it can feel like we are stuck in a situation or a moment that we can’t get out of or fix. Maybe you’ve been there before at work, in a relationship, or in some other facet of life. If you’ve been there, you know how hard it can be to find a sense of peace. Join us for a series that reminds us that no matter how unsettled life may be, we don’t have to remain stuck. We can rediscover our missing peace.
Series concept inspired by In the Meantime by Northpoint Christian Church.
This worship and small group series begins Sunday, Sept. 17th.
Group discussion guides available each week in our enews.
Key Scripture: John 11:1-44
When we find ourselves in a season of challenge or uncertainty, it can feel like we’re stuck there. We wonder if things will ever get better. We begin to doubt the promises of our faith. The good news is that even when we don’t know what to do or where to turn, there is hope. Join us for the first sermon in a series designed to help you get unstuck and start moving toward healing and hope.
Key Scripture: Philippians 4:11-13
When we are stuck in a difficult season of life, it can be hard to find happiness. But this doesn’t mean we can’t start moving in that direction, even if slowly. In this message, we discover a key shift in focus that can help us find our way toward greater joy.
Key Scripture: Ecclesiastes 3:1-8
Getting unstuck is hard, especially when we don’t know what to do next. In this week’s message, we explore practical ways to move forward in a time of uncertainty.
Today we are exploring the meaning behind one of the longest, strangest words you’ve never heard before – anakephalaiosasthai. Drawing on the wisdom of Rob Bell, we will learn how this word can help shape our understanding of moments where we feel stuck in life in a way that will surely give us hope, even if things aren’t “adding up” in ways we expected.
Even if things are different than they were before, we eventually move beyond the moments in life when we feel stuck. In the final message of this series, we learn from the Apostle Paul about something that is waiting for us on the other side of any season of hardship we might face.