This Sunday has the potential to be the most powerful and life changing Sunday yet at Thrive Church!
I know I’m ridiculously excited about each and every week at Thrive, but I have to tell you…this Sunday has the potential to be a game changer for many people.
So many people are hurting. So many people are in pain. So many people are trying to get through a difficult season of life.
If that’s you or you been there or you know someone’s whose there…
Get to Thrive this Sunday!
We are diving into what God says about the season of life where sad songs seem to take over. When the sad songs keep playing and the hurt–grief–pain–sadness–anger–bitterness just won’t go away. Here’s a little sneak peak of the scripture where going to look at:
“Oh, God, my Lord, step in; work a miracle for me–you can do it! Get me out of here–your love is so great–I’m at the end of my rope, my life in ruins.
“Help me, oh help me, God, my God, save me through your wonderful love” ~Psalm 109:21-22, 26
That being said, here are…
3 Things you have to know for Sunday
One…Please be praying. We are diving into a DEEP and HEAVY topic that affects everyone this Sunday. Please spend a great amount of time asking for God’s blessing on Thrive this Sunday. Ask Him to move in peoples hearts that are considering coming. Ask Him to break down walls in peoples hearts that are fighting with Him. Ask Him to create an amazing environment in Thrive Kidz.
Two…Please bring someone. Yes, you’ve heard me say that before!! But, it’s true! We all know people who need to hear what God says about pain and hurt and this Sunday is a GREAT opportunity for that!
Three…Please welcome…accept and love! We have an absolutely tiny and short window on Sunday’s to make a HUGE impact in peoples lives. So, that’s why it’s so important for each of us too…
Welcome…Accept and Love…everyone that comes through Thrive’s doors.
Look out for new faces and thanked them for coming.
Look out for returning faces and welcome them back.
Look out for people who you don’t known their names and learn them.
Look out for people who look like they have questions and ask them if you can help.
Look out for people who look like they need prayer and pray for them.
Don’t forget, we do all of this because our mission as a church is too.