This Sunday is our final Seek series story where we will be following the example of Paul as he sought God to remove the 'thorn from his flesh'. What happens when there seems to be no answer from God? Or if the answer is 'no' or 'not now'? Pastor Campbell will be teaching us how sometimes His answer can simply be 'trust me, I am enough for you'.
This Sunday we looked at how the Christmas account shows God is for us, that His favor was and continues to be extended to and over us, just as it was for Mary. But what does God being for us actually mean and what can that look like?
Though we come as equals to the table, our diversity will at times produce disagreement which if unresolved can cause division. Conflict among family is a very painful experience but forgiveness and reconciliation so beautiful and freeing.
Why are there divisions and conflicts in the church community? What are some of the big divisions and conflicts in the early church? How did they resolve these, or did they? What are some of the things that cause division and conflict in the church today? How might we best resolve conflict and remain around the table?