Letting Go of Your Past

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Broken. Unloved. Sinful. Dirty.

These words describe how many people feel about their past, their present and their future. They look at the brokenness in their lives, marriages and relationships, upbringing and see nothing but brokenness and hurt.

It doesn’t have to be this way. 

This week, as we continue our series Beautiful, we will look at Colossians 3:1 – 17 and see how pain that is not transformed becomes transferred. But we also see a God who knows our past, is able to redeem our past because He is a God that is bigger than your history and more concerned with your destiny.

If you or someone you know struggles to feel loved, cherished, forgiven or let go of their past, this is a great week to be at Revolution.

I said this last week and wanted to make sure I mentioned it again: you may have noticed, we are growing as a church. You continue to bring friends and family, and God continues to send us new people. This is a good thing as more and more people hear the good news about who God created them to become.

Because of this, we want to make room in our parking lot for them by doing a couple of things:

  1. Carpool if you can.
  2. If you volunteer and arrive early, park on the east side of the school to open up more spots in the main parking lot.
  3. You can also park on Keesal Ave., east of the school.

You will also begin to notice a parking team that will help get people into spots and out of our parking lot smoothly. If you are interested in being a part of this team and welcoming people to Revolution by helping them get in and out quickly, please email Ciara Hull.

Remember, we meet at 10am on Sunday mornings at 8300 E Speedway Blvd.

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