Hi Everyone - Friday Night Home Group is at the Lahana's home this week. Let us know if you're coming for dinner here: https://www.firebrandchurch.com/calendar/eventdetail/942/-/jones-homegroup This week we're looking at the 2nd in the Wisdom Literature series, Ecclesiastes - please bring a few of your favorite quotes... from anyone at any time in history. See you there! Alan
Hi Everyone Meg and I will be in Austen TX with Doug and Barb this weekend. Marco and Catherine Brocardo have just launched Hope Rock Church in Austen, we're looking forward to a good time of reconnecting with them and helping with their church plant. Back at home base: 1. Homegroup will be at the Lahana's home Friday evening, 6:30pm... RSVP here for dinner: https://www.firebrandchurch.com/calendar/eventdetail/938/-/jones-homegroup 2. Also for Setup/Teardown Nick and Louise will be doing the bulk of it with us and the Reinharts away. If you can, please come early to lend a hand. You can add your name to the roster here: https://www.firebrandchurch.com/setup
Thanks! Praying for a great weekend of ministry! Alan
And don't forget we're sharing Kairos moments: Kairos and Chronos are 2 different Greek words used to describe 2 very different forms of time: Chronos is the slow, steady progress of time that is measured in seconds, minutes, hours, years, centuries and ages. It’s what we mean when we think about long-term investments, about being late or early, or when we say things like “time will tell”. Kairos is a very different thing. Kairos denotes those divine moments in time when God seems to intervene in the normal progress of Chronos to deliver something significant, something holy. Kairos is what we mean when we think about divine appointments, miracles, commissioning, or when we say things like “time stood still”. Moses had a Kairos moment at the burning bush; Peter, James, and John had one at the transfiguration; and they happen to us too. Often we’re in too much of a hurry or we’re too distracted to really notice them, to pay appropriate attention to them. Sometimes they can be tiny little things, a comment from a toddler, a flower or spider’s web we notice. Sometimes they can be a compliment from a friend or a stranger. They can be a warning. For our first home groups, we’re going to be sharing Kairos moments we’ve had in our lives. Please bring a Kairos moment to share with the group… It doesn’t have to be ground shaking, it could be a very simple, even common occurrence that God used to get your attention.
Hi everyone - looking forward to HomeGroup at our house tomorrow 684 6th Ave Fox Island 98333. 6:30pm. RSVP Here: http://www.firebrandchurch.com/calendar/eventdetail/725/-/jones-homegroup Tomorrow bring questions, thoughts and inspirations for discussion. I'd love to hear about what you're reading, what scriptures are puzzling you, or any theology points you'd like to discuss.