On Sunday we are looking at an exciting question: “Where are you taking us God?”
Because here is what I believe – God has a trajectory for our lives. This includes your personal life, and our corporate life as a church.
I believe that God has plans, desires, and even dreams for us. So on Sunday I want to dream together and ask the question, “God what is your vision for our church? Where are you leading us? Where might you be taking us? What might be in our future?”
And this is so important because simply by asking this question you get drawn closer to someone. You might even have experienced this, that when you first started dating someone the thing that drew you close was dreaming about your future together. Getting married. Having kids. Whatever. And one of the things I’ve noticed is that when marriages start to struggle, they’ve stopped dreaming together.
And what is true in our dating lives, and marriages is true with God as well. As we dream together we grow closer to God, we listen better to God, we share ourselves and ask him to share himself.
So come Sunday I’m going to share seven signposts to where, I think, God is leading us, and I’m going to ask you to dream with him.
And so before then why not ask God this question, “What dreams do you have for me and my church”. You might not be part of our church, that’s fine, but what dreams might God have for your church? I think we need to get into the habit of dreaming with God because if we ever want to find his future for us – it starts by dreaming with him.
3 thoughts on “Dreaming with God”
My dream for you and your church is to have a pastor of family ministries with a passionate pursuit of changing kids lives.
My dream is to be a pastor of family ministries.
Maybe for your church.
I will be reading the seven sign posts in your Sunday message.
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My dream too is to have the right person and the right fit here! I know God has the right person in mind so we just want to listen and see whom he might bring here. I so appreciate your passion for family ministries too – it really matters to change lives!
I will continue to pray for the right person and the right fit.
It is impressive to see the importance you place on your Family Ministry.
Praying for you through Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 3:14-21…………Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us,……..
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