May 22, 2016
We all define our lives in different ways, whether we define it by how others view us, our past or our position in life. God wants to redefine our lives. Paul shares in his letter to the Galatians how the Gospel of Christ redefines everything. It not only changes how we view ourselves, (Gal. 4:7) but it also changes how we choose to live (Gal. 6:8b).
Whether it’s navigating the workplace or the classroom, relationships with roommates or friends from church, Emotionally Healthy Skills are essential. Come laugh, make some friends, and learn these valuable skills.
The EHS class starts this Sunday, May 22. It will run for 7 weeks from 7 pm – 8:30pm. We’re meeting at 5030 Broadway Suite 648 (The Christ Crucified Fellowship Church’s office). Workbooks are $10.
No preparation or supplies are needed – just bring yourself! For bonus points, check out the book behind these concepts, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero.
Everyday Church is so many things to so many people and it wouldn’t be here without Chris and Lindsay Travis. Their obedience to God’s calling to plant this church helped make it what it is today. We’re so thankful to Chris and Lindsay for their willingness to follow God, and also for who they are to us. We’re so grateful for their friendship, and we love them deeply.
This Sunday May 15th, you have a chance to show your gratitude, love and appreciation to the Travises. Join us at 11 a.m. (4862 Broadway) to worship the Lord, share a meal together, and show Chris and Lindsay how truly loved they are. We have some special things planned, so you don’t want to miss it.
Want to help? Show up at 10:30 a.m. on May 15th and report to the cafeteria or sign up to bring a dish for our meal (email Shera Scott, email@example.com for what to bring).
Wendy Bennett, April 10, 2016