Tuesday, January 13, 2009

where we're going

I've been hearing great things about the new 8:00 service in the Founder's Hall. I'd love to hear your feedback. It was a little hard for me to be away the first two Sundays, but so healthy for me to let go. This Sunday we're going to try and get the climate control right in that space and try a new lower platform set-up. Again, I'd love to hear some of your thoughts . . .

Speaking of Sunday, this week we're kicking off our new Genesis series. In this first sub series we're calling "Beginnings" we'll look at the first 11 chapters. I expect this will take us through most of the spring. I've been looking forward to our return to the OT. I think this may be the beginning to a much, much larger slow movement through the entire Old Testament, but we'll see. Don't worry. . . we'll break it up into big chunks and take our sweet time. What's the rush? I expect we'll look at Ephesians this summer . . . if the Lord wills.

This Sunday is also Sanctity of Life Sunday, where we'll have the delight to dedicate some little ones to the Lord. If you are interested in dedicating your child or children, and yourselves to the Lord, it's still not too late to jump in. Just call the church office at 805.543.2358.

See you Sunday, maybe in the 8:00 . . .

4 comments:

Jacquelyn said...

Hooray for OT teaching!! I'm really looking forward to this series :)

Tim Weaver said...

Happy happy happy.

YES!!! I love getting OT in there, too. Genesis is so foundational and then, Ephesians is my favorite book. Looking forward to this year in the Word.

Travis Thompson said...

We have been going through the OT for about 3 years now at my church in Seattle (with some breaks here and there of course) and it has been AWESOME. The best part is that it's totally about Jesus. Everybit the Gospel as the NT.

Priscilla said...

really loved Sunday and the intro to Genesis! It is going to be a very exciting time!