Unlike the graphic image we've been using for our "ROOTED" series through the book of Colossians, most trees apparently don't send down deep tap roots. Instead, they send out a root system that spreads wide and shallow in order to soak up the maximum rain water and nutrients near the surface. That means that they might be more susceptible to being blown over by a big storm (in this case, tearing up the sod in the process).
Our own roots need to grow deep and solidly into Jesus so that we can not only receive the spiritual nourishment only He can provide, but also so that we will not be susceptible to the winds of deception. Paul writes:
Don't let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and
This Sunday, June 2nd, we'll continue our look at the book of Colossians - specifically at Colossians 2:6-15.
This coming week is graduation for students at Liberty Bell High School. Here are the Seniors who have been a part of our youth ministry:
Lucia Clay Lillian Cooley
Spencer Hoffner Brady Moriarty
Amelia Oborne Zach Strong
On Wednesday, June 5th, a Baccalaureate Service will be held at the United Methodist Church at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend this worship service focused on seeking God's blessing on these new graduates.
On Sunday, June 16th, we will have a time to honor the grads during our morning worship service. Following worship that day, we will be having an all-church BBQ.
Please remember to pray for these young people as they head into the next chapter of their lives.
Thoughts about living as a Jesus follower and life at Community Covenant Church