This month we’re walking with a man the Bible introduces as Abram. Soon enough, God changes his name to Abraham. Names mean something. God changes him from Abram, “exalted father,” to Abraham, “father of a multitude.” It is this man who God chose to enter into a relationship by which he intended to bless everyone else. We might say, “Abraham was blessed by God to be a blessing to others.”
This week, our good friend, Rev. Titus Baraka, from Uganda shows us how God’s blessing of Abraham’s family impacted his prayer life for his family. In Genesis 18, Abraham pleads with God for the life of his nephew, Lot.
As we learned last week, Lot was whiny, greedy, and needy. Yet, because Abraham had been so loved by God, he could continue to be generous towards him (and all he met).
Who in your family do you wish to pour out prayers to God to intercede?
Sunday School for All Ages at 9:50a.m.
- Children and Worship
- Ages 5-1st Grade (Children's Area)
- Dismissed during the 8:30 and 11:10 a.m. services.
- Ages K-5th Grade (Children's Area)
- Middle School & High School (Youth Room)
- Adult Opportunities:
- Questions of Life (Fellowship Hall): For the next three weeks we will be discussing Health and Wholeness and the spiritual life. How does God call us to care for our bodies as we glorify Him? Why is it important to maintain health as Kingdom workers? What are practical ways to improve health based on how God designed our bodies? Monica Aalbers, Brittany Hamm, and Amanda Keller will be facilitating this series.
Sunday School Guide (Adult Room 1): This week will be Lesson 12
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