January 5, 2020
Hope is that we are conciously and subconciously affected by our believed in futures. Resolutions will be important, but even more powerful if grounded in an underlying hope. Therefore where and what is your hope in for 2020?
As the smell of pine needles starts to fade, and the bins full of wrapping paper and half-eaten turkey go out, the mood post-Christmas changes from celebration to contemplation.
In this brief New Years series, we ponder the Bible’s insights into those liminal moments, between the pains of unmet expectations, and power of new hope.
Readings Ephesians 1:13-23
This podcast is part of the series Liminal Moments.