Sermons from March 2020
As a country, we are in the midst of a crisis because of COVID-19. This crisis is having major implications for our personal finances.
When I set an expectation for someone, what I am doing is setting a requirement for someone on their behalf.
With cautionary advice to avoid social proximity to others and pandemic with COVID-19, we are in exceptional times.
With frequent rants both publicly and on social media, we are constantly engaged with others who are simultaneously very opinionated and easily offended.
Worry about things changes nothing, but what should we do when we are concerned? Not being concerned about things that matters is negligent. What should we do when we are overly-anxious and paralyzed by inaction? Listen for more… Key Texts: Mark 4:26-29