Small Group Ministry Coming!
With the official end of our 100 Days of Prayer Initiative that meant the end to the prayer groups that were meeting as well. While the leadership has received a lot of great input one of the loudest and universal findings was the desire to see some form of small group ministry continue. So, as Patrick shared on Sunday, we’ll be continuing on going forward. More details are coming but look in the next couple of weeks for the opportunity to carry on in a new format.
Join us on Sunday!
Sunday I’ll be continuing on from where Patrick began last week as we interact with 100 Days of Prayer. I’ll be looking at the idea of transitions from normal and what that means for all of us in these turbulent days.
Afterwards, for those who can stick around, grab a coffee or drink, I’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!
A Thought for the Day: Trust God one day at a time.
With all the while noise and distraction going on its easy to forget that we can steal our future by bringing its worries into today. Jesus said it this way, “Don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today”. You have enough on your plate today. Don’t add anything else to it!
It’s okay to plan for tomorrow. Right now, we’re going through one of the most unique experiences in history. While we may make plans, we can prepare for tomorrow without living in tomorrow. You can only live in today. Don't allow yourself to be overwhelmed by "what could" and "what if's". Take things one day at a time.
God is constantly testing how much we trust him. God wants us to decide whether he really holds first place in our lives. We need to be clear about this and then, through the Spirit, we can deal with today. This unique period of history is one of the biggest tests we’ll ever face when it comes to trusting God. God has promised to care for us. He will meet our needs. Will we trust him? I'm praying for you all!
In His grip,