We're all aware, at least sometimes, of the history stretching behind us for thousands (if not millions) of years. But do we think about the future in the same way? What if we are not at the end of history, but rather in the middle? In the Genesis 17 scripture text, Abraham and Sarah were invited into that significant change of perspective. What might we learn from adopting that posture ourselves? How do we live as part of both an imperfect past and an uncertain future?

Read "In Between The Generations" from Joe Heikman or listen below

At the beginning of the new world, following the story of the Great Flood (aka "Noah's Ark"), we find God (re?)affirming a covenant between God, humanity, all living things, and the whole of God's Creation. What does it mean to be part of that kind of all-encompassing divine agreement? And what can our Cree neighbours teach us about covenant?

Read "All Treaty Creatures" from Joe Heikman or listen below

BONUS CONTENT: Esther Derksen shares her thoughts on loving all creatures and asks the question, is it okay to eat your friends?

 

 

To quote Rob Bell: "What do we think about when we think about God?" What is God like: your conscience? your parent? the super overseer? How can I relate to a God who is beyond and greater than the huge and complex world we live in? How does what you think about God influence how you live your life? 

 Read "God" from Rick Friesen or listen below:

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Worship: 10:45 a.m.

Adult Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Family Singing Time 10:15 a.m.
Junior Sunday School and Nursery during the morning worship.


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