Asking for a Friend

We're facing a season in history that's almost unimaginable, one you couldn't totally prepare for even if you'd seen it coming.  One where you are probably facing fatigue and anxiety.  Maybe you are processing thoughts like these:

Our income has changed substantially...how will we make ends meet?
It's so much harder than I thought to be responsible for my child's education
I'm really worried about family I can't visit right now
How much longer will this isolation last, I feel so alone
I don't understand all these statistics...what do I believe?
Why is this happening...

Finding answers to the tough questions in an overwhelming tide of information is hard.  There's so much to weed through.  Sometimes the anonymity of saying you are “asking for a friend” provides a screen....a way to ask questions you are afraid are dumb or too personal. Things you believe others want to know anyway, and the kind which you hope will elicit responses from friends you know and trust.

Join us online as Pastor Tom shares a series tackling the insecurities we wrestle and the personal questions we often find ourselves asking.  Choose to invest a few hours and discover how the bedrock of truths you can trust from a friend who loves you can help you face each day with hope and joy.

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Invite Others!

We believe you will find this to be a helpful series, filled with application and instruction you can remember and put to use.  Know some friends, family members, neighbors, and co-workers who need hope and direction?  Encourage them to join you online at 8:45, 10:30 or 12:05.  Direct links are available Sundays on our homepage or Facebook page. Catch up on past messages or watch online at your convenience here.