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Sunday, April 15 Recap

Seems like it's been a while since we've had a "normal" Sunday. After running three major events over the course of 7 days at the beginning of April it's nice to get back into the groove of things.

Of course, that won't last long since my wife is due to have our second daughter in 4 days.

Sunday, April 15 - "Dear God, I Have A Question"
"Is this all there is to life?" - John 10
Because of Your Love - Paul Baloche & Brenton Brown
Your Grace Is Enough - Matt Maher

Yesterday, Today & Forever - Vicky Beeching
Jesus, Lamb of God - Dennis Jernigan
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) - John Newton, Chris Tomlin & Louie Giglio

Reign In Me - Brenton Brown

The message on Sunday focused on the idea of "life to the full" but Earl also talked about this notion that following Christ (the shepherd) is in the coming in and going out - it's in the routine, the day-to-day. Not the mundane, boring and trivial but in the faithful, steady life of the believer who follows Christ each day.

It's an exciting time for us as we design this series specifically for those who are not followers of Christ, as we think about every word we use, every communication piece, every component that goes into the service - trying to see it through the eyes of those who are not there to worship while at the same time creating a space that inspires them to worship.

Having said that, I need a rest. We have been go! go! go! for so long and I am looking forward to some time off but I know that the time off will only come when my new 8 lb. bundle of joy comes roaring in to my life!

wow, you've got a pretty new design!

I really like the approach you're taking to this series. This is how we approach every Sunday morning at Trinity, as we call it our "Foyer" environment for adults. We're constantly putting ourselves in the mindset of those who have never come to or have been disenfranchised by the church, have zero Biblical knowledge, and who have no real reason to stay!

I hope your series goes well!


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