My Head is Spinning
Wow, can you believe the calendar has flipped to July? Summer is here and the thermometer is rising. The weather is forecasting 90’s for most of this week. July has always been a busy time in our family. We’ve often enjoyed vacations, conventions and travel to see family and friends. What about your family? Do you have summer plans?
COVID19 concerns continue to require alternate planning for events with large groups. Still, it appears 4th of July celebrations, fireworks and backyard barbecues will be enjoyed in most locations with smaller family/friends gathering, safely w/social distancing. It has been weird trying to plan just about everything. No one really knows what to expect for the rest of the year.
It does make my head spin. Frankly, some days feel like I’ve just gotten off one of those spinning saucer cup rides at Six Flags; my stomach is churning and I have turned green. How are you doing? We’re all just people and nobody saw 2020 looking like this. It’s ok, to not be ok, God is with us. We will get through this. We are better together. We’ve got God and each other; we’ve got everything we need. Go God!
This weekend at Journey Community Christian Church we wrap up our series, MERGE…embracing change without becoming a wreck. We used the Gospel of Mark in the Bible to share Jesus words which inspire courage. Wow, did we sure need this timely series. If you missed any of these discussion they are always available on our website and Journey app. Hey, let us know if we can help you discover this relevant conversation we’ve been sharing together.
This weekend (4th of July) in the final discussion (Mark 14:66-72) Jesus helps us understand the importance of consistency in our daily walk with HIm. If you want a teaser, Jesus urges: 1- don’t panic 2- don’t be dumb 3- watch your tongue. Join us this weekend in-person or FB livestream online. Journey Sat@6pm/Sun@10:30am.
INVITE a friend or family person to check this out. If all the COVID19 changes in the world have made their head spin too, this lesson together might really settle things down. We are better together.
And if I don’t get a chance to tell you in person, Happy 4th of July!