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Community reading plan for Sunday, March 5 to Sunday, March 12.
Reading plan for Monday, January 30 through Sunday, February 5. We hope this is useful in digging deeper into God's word and growing together as a church family! We would love to hear what God is speaking to you through these passages, just comment below or share on our Facebook page!
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This week we have Ryan Hall leading us in worship at FLOOD. Ryan is the worship leader at his church (Living Waters) and for Ignite, while loving to brag about being Brian's best friend. It is always such an explosive time when he comes and leads us. (more…)
I must be willing to obey God in the irrational if I want to be part of God accomplishing the impossible.
I've learned over the years that these two simple words very often do not play as simple in practice. Why? Because there will be times when Jesus will ask you and me to do things that make no sense to us. At times he will ask us to do things that will make us look completely foolish in the process.
So what ...
How would you answer this question if Jesus asked you:
What do you want me to do for you?
Are you at a place of desperation? Where is God in the pain? Does God still help and heal? Am I not being healed because I don't have enough faith?
This is what we are looking at at FLOOD this week. When God interrupts our lives with healing, we are changed — completely. But we also must realize that the process that God uses to ...
PASSAGE: 2 Corinthians 1:3-7 (ESV)
So often we think of God's "interruptions" as bad or intrusive. But this week we look at God's comfort.
God's interruptions are really the things that we should want the most. But how incredible is it to know that God, in the midst of the storms and trials that we face, will interrupt with his comfort. (more…)