Love the first week of a new series. I’ve been excited for this series since we decided to kick off 2013 by preaching through the book of Ecclesiastes for this reason: It answers many of the questions we wrestle with and is honest about its findings. One scholar said that if there is a book of the Bible written with the skeptic or unchurched person in mind, it’s the book of Ecclesiastes.
Here’s what we’ll unpack this week as we look at Ecclesiastes 1:1 – 11:
- The book opens by looking at what happens when we take God out of the equation in our search for meaning and purpose. This is common in our culture, as many hold to, “If you like it and it doesn’t hurt me, who am I to stop you?”
- We are also kicking off sign-ups for our Spring Missional Communities. If you don’t know what an MC is, you can go here to read more about them.
- There’s still time to give to our Christmas Offering recently and I’m really excited about the response so far. For more information on what it is going to and how you can be involved, go here.
- If you haven’t “Liked” the Revolution Fan Page on Facebook, do so now. It is one of the ways we communicate and pass on resources for sermons and other ways to help serve you in your spiritual growth.
This is definitely a week you don’t want to miss at Revolution Church. So, bring someone with you (you never know when a simple invite will make an eternal difference).
Remember, we meet at 8300 E. Speedway Blvd. at 10am.