How Will You Measure Your Life?
For the past two weeks we have been talking about how we want our lives to be measured. It’s important to think about this because how we are living today and the priorities we set today will determine how we will be remembered by others and how we will be measured by God in the [...]Read More
Too often we measure our lives by counting up what we have earned or making an inventory of what we have bought. We compare ourselves to coworkers to see how our salaries compare or we look at our possessions to see if we are keeping pace with our neighbors. What if we turned the equation around and measured life not by what we earn or spend on ourselves but by what we give to God and others? Jesus was clear that it is more blessed to give than to receive, so this week we will explore how to live today so our lives can be measured by generosity tomorrow.Read More
By what means do you measure the success of your life? The balance of your checking account? Your position at work? Your place in the community? The inventory of your home? When it comes to the end of your life, are these the things you want people talking about? Most of us want our lives celebrated by more important measurements like how we love and what we give and who we serve. Join us as we work to set the right priorities so that a year from now our lives will measure up to the life we want and the life God wants for us. This time our focus is on who and how we love.Read More