What to do When you Don't Know What to Do
Topic: How to Live a God-Story Passage: Joshua 1:1–1:11
Question: According to a recent survey, most people take 25 minutes to do this. What is it?
Answer: Decide what to watch on Netflix!
Does this happen to you? Do TV options overwhelm you? Try to please a whole group of people -- there's a pressure cooker. But in real life, away from your couch, it really can be hard to know what to do.
We are inspired, encouraged, and moved to action by the lives of people who do great and courageous things. All to often though, we feel like our own lives are not inspirational. We feel like our stories are boring, insignificant, small. Or we don’t feel up to the task that we’ve been given. It feels too hard, we feel unqualified, or ill equipped.
Maybe it’s because we aren’t living the story God is calling us to, or maybe we need to see our stories in a different light, see them as God’s story, that He’s inviting us to trust Him in. Today Pastor Wes Scheu will bring us a message inspired by his recent trip to Ireland he calls "Living a God-Story: What to Do When You Don't Know What to Do."
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