I hope you are surviving the new school year. If you’re anything like me, it takes a few weeks to get back into the routine of ‘normal life’ after summer ends. Part of me always holds out hope that my beach vacation will become my new ‘normal,’ but that never works out. Shrimp, sun, sleeping in… that is the life. Anyway, I hope you’re in your routine and aren’t too overwhelmed.
I want to take a second to update you on what is going on Wednesday nights at the Link. Next Wednesday we’re beginning a new series, “Origins,” designed to help our students understand the basics of a biblical worldview. I’m pretty pumped about it. Here are the topics we’ll cover each night:
“How Did the World Begin?” -August 28th
We’ll discuss the origins of our world and the implications it has on our lives. Another way to ask this question would be, who is right: my biology teacher or the Bible?
“Does My Life Have Meaning?”-September 4th
We’ll examine the origins of morality and meaning. Is there an absolute standard for truth and how can we know what it is?
“What is Wrong with Our World?”-September 11th
We don’t have to look very hard to determine that there is something wrong with our world. What is the origin of evil, pain, suffering, and death?
“Where Can I Find Hope?”-September 18th
There is definitely something wrong with our world, but if we’re honest, we would admit that there is something wrong with us, as well. Is there hope for us in this life and the next? If so, what is the origin of that hope?
That’s the game plan. I would love to see your student at the Link on Wednesday nights. This is also an awesome series for them to invite friends. Doors open at 6. We play games from 615-630. Then the worship service is 630-730.
I’d love to see you there, as well. Parents are always invited to drop in and check out what we’re doing. Thanks for allowing me the opportunity to invest in your student.