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We’re In This Together
June 7, 2020

We’re In This Together

Passage: Matthew 18: 20, Luke 24:30 -31
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Bible Text: Matthew 18: 20, Luke 24:30 -31 | Over the past couple of months we have been witness to and shared ourselves in the realization that when the going gets tough, the tough come together. From the retired farmer in Oklahoma who sent his last I95 masks to the Governor of New York, to the children leaving chalk messages of encouragement on their family driveways, to the neighbors who always stop in to see if you need anything before leaving the house; we need each other. In this world where we have been prone to celebrate independence, we have come to see that we are better together.

On Sunday we will be reminded of the spirit of Christ that continues to work in and among us when we explore how we are better together.

Over the past couple of months we have been witness to and shared ourselves in the realization that when the going gets tough, the tough come together. From the retired farmer in Oklahoma who sent his last I95 masks to the Governor of New York, to the children leaving chalk messages of encouragement on their family driveways, to the neighbors who always stop in to see if you need anything before leaving the house; we need each other. In this world where we have been prone to celebrate independence, we have come to see that we are better together.

On Sunday we will be reminded of the spirit of Christ that continues to work in and among us when we explore how we are better together.