Wow! The holiday season is here. The Church @ 434 has so much to be thankful for. God has blessed, is blessing, and will continue to bless us as a ministry and as individuals. We just have to say “THANKS!” Today, we look at some specific things that we can constantly do to make sure we keep our hearts as thankful as they should be. We will call it “Thanks-Doing” A thankful heart gives meaning to the past, present and future of our lives…get ready Thanksgiving is on the way!
What kind of attitude do you have? Thanksgiving is a big deal, really it is. Today we explore how to have a big attitude of gratitude and experience no more grumpiness….Gratitude is an essential ingredient on the journey to the fullness of life and the abundant life promised in Jesus
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving and so many of us have much to be thankful for. In the Never Ever Alone series we have been reminded that because we are not alone, the way we move through the world, see the world, and the way we live can be different. We can live with a sense of thankfulness that just can’t happen without Jesus.
Today we are reminded of how much we have to celebrate as Thanksgiving arrives! Even now take a moment and thank God for the opportunity to be here. Get ready the celebration is about to begin!
As we officially begin to move into a season of Thanksgiving, we need to do some thanks-living. We have much to be thankful for because we are never ever alone… and because He is with us, it should change the way we think about our lives and the world around us. So in this study, we connect our heart to our head – and find some clues as to how we can live more thankfully.
It is Sunday on a Thanksgiving weekend. This week has been one where people have traveled, connected with family and friends, eaten more than they should have, and hopefully spent some time giving “thanks.” The time at the table we experienced this week is a great way to move us into the Christmas season, but before we push away from the table too quickly – there is something else we need to do. This worship experience today gives us time to do just that.