This Sunday, August 13, we continue to explore the times in our lives when we need to “Reboot.” Most painful events are frozen in our memories, particularly when we have suffered a terrible loss. It could be the loss of a loved one, a job, a way of life, or a move that separated us from all we were familiar with. How we resurrect our lives after the shock of the loss is a vital part of our journey in life. When things don’t work out how we hoped they would, we have to figure out a way to go forward and make meaning out of our lives. The work is painful and requires courage and diligence. Our faith can give us hope in the middle of the darkest valley, so let’s explore this journey together.
Sunday, August 6, we began a worship series called “Reboot” and started by looking at the story of Moses. Next week, we’ll hear from Rev. Susan Brims, the Desert Southwest Conference East District Superintendent, as she preaches on “Let Love Reboot Your Life” as part of our Back-to-School Blessing Sunday, August 20. On August 27, Rev. Bob Stanley joins us for the final Sunday in this series, “When Troubles Come.”
Rev. Andrea Andress
Deacon and Director of Spiritual Formation and Discipleship