Where is God in the business and busyness of life?
Led by: Luke Swygard and Rich Crawford
Fellowship Coordinators: Greg and Denise Ellen
Hosted by: Fusion Fellowship
How do we fuse our faith with our actions? Where do we meet with God, and where does God meet with us in the day-to-day? Each week we will look at a "real life" topic and in a conversational setting, we will examine what the Bible reveals to us about how we engage with the life Christ calls us to live.
- Going through the motions – discovering Christ when life is mundane
- Surviving/thriving – when is it enough to just “hang in there” instead of pressing through – what does the Bible say?
- Facing your problems head on – Avoidance v. Responsibility – the danger of procrastination in our faith
- Jealousy, Envy, and the Joneses – yes, I am guilty too
- What to do when you mess up? – facing God, family, friends, and community when you “sin big”
- Desiring the praise of men over the presence of God – discovering what really matters
- Earning the favor of God – can we and should we? If so how?
- Having patience when the end is nowhere in sight – contentment, trust and peace in a time of enduring challenge
- Identifying our identity – an inward look at who we say we are, who we say we want to be, and who we really are in Christ
- Intentional living – seeking out the will of God compared to a life of going through the motions
- Anxiety v Gratitude-the war is waged – In a world filled with anxiety how do we fight back with our faith?
- Finding strength when you have nothing left – tapping in to God’s power when I have nothing left in the tank?
- Money, riches, and wealth - it's power to deceive and it’s purpose in life
- Image, vanity, and contentment (a war within)
- Hidden sin - a cancer that destroys
- The rat race, contentment, and our dreams for the future -
- Encouragement - a gift of life
- Purpose - Finding my relevance in a world that seems to run just fine without me
- Intimacy and vulnerability – discovering true joy in being truly known and accepted