Join us on Sunday!
Before I begin my next series of finding joy in the storm we want to take a couple of Sundays as we complete GBC’s 100 Days of Prayer initiative to consider what we’ve learned through this and where we’re heading going forward.
God is moving and we want to be where he is. So join Patrick on Sunday as he explores God’s call on the church.
Afterwards, for those who can stick around, grab a coffee or drink, he’ll be available for a Q&A and prayer time.
You can tune in on our livestream that is available through our webpage
or Live on our Facebook page: guelphbiblechapel
Hope to ‘see’ you Sunday at 11am!
Youth Ministry Update:
I thought you might like to have an update on what’s going on with our youth ministry. Most of you likely know we’re meeting virtually twice a week, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. We have a strong group of teens who join in for some music, a lesson related to the times and a game that Jennifer leads finishing with a time of prayer. It’s a lot of fun and gives many of our students something to look forward too. We have a number of our community kids tune in which is great. Best of all we’ve even had one new youth join us, a girl invited by one of our community kids.
God is moving despite us not being able to meet physically!
A thought for the day: Relax and give God your worries in prayer.
I’ve talked before about counting our blessings. In times like these, you must continually remind yourself of all God has done in your life. But I also think it’s important to count your worries. Often, we just have a general sense of anxiety, but we don’t know what’s causing it. Before you can give God your worries, you need to have a clear idea of what they are. Think about it and write them down. I mean that literally, by the way. Once you’ve written them down, you can hand them over to God in prayer. Peter wrote this in his first letter to the early church: “Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you”. You weren’t designed to carry your worries. It’s unnatural. God is big enough and strong enough to handle all your worries, bring him into the picture. Have a great weekend!
In His grip,