We’ve been doing some pretty heavy lifting in worship the last 2 weeks, talking about how to deal with “The Problem.” That’s what we call what Paul said about himself in Romans 7 — that he’s frustrated with himself because he does what he doesn’t want to do and doesn’t do what he knows he should.
Sometimes if you really want something, you have to work for it — and what we want is for people to live free of the chains that The Problem puts on them. This week, we’re going even deeper. Paul says we need to know that we’re “dead to sin.” So we’re going to try to work out what that means. It may not sound light-hearted and fun, but if we get it, and believe it, and live in it, it’ll make all the difference in the world.
Hope you can be there.
9:30 and 11:00am at 34201 Eddy Road, Willoughby Hills, just west of SOM. 440-585-9462
and, get your hymn choices ready, it’s Congregational Select!
What do we mean when we say “Joyfully Helping God Heal Broken Lives?”
At WHUMC we are “Joyfully Helping God Heal Broken Lives.” We do so in many different ways, so this phrase means different things to different people. However, we’ve found that most of the things that we’re passionate about can be summarized in these six words. Click here to read more.