In the fabric of creation, there seems to be a way that we’re meant to live, move and breathe. Getting out of step with that cadence sends us into dissonance. But, if we listen closely, we can hear the rhythm of God and get in step with His Spirit.
Through worship, the study of Scripture, intentional prayer and simple living, we can reorient ourselves to the tempo of our Savior.
We all worship something. Whether you realize it or not, something is getting your time, energy, attention and affection. When we worship God, we turn our hearts to the One that created us and knows us better than we known ourselves.
We worship when we’re joyful and when we are heartbroken. We worship when we are full and when we are empty. This rhythm is not just found at church on Sunday morning or at Student Programming. It’s a rhythm that should set the pace for every moment of our lives.
Week 1: 10/25 & 10/29 — ALLIE REDMOND
Jesus said, “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. Just like we consume food to nourish ourselves physically, God’s word is how we feed ourselves spiritually.
In the desert, God provided His people with mana for each day. Nothing more and nothing less. Are you living on stale bread? Some of us are so starved that we’ll settle for anything. But there is a feast ready and available for those who take part.
Week 2: 11/1 & 11/5 — CHRIS MORGAN
Life is full of distractions and it is so easy to get lost in the noise. We clutter ourselves with stuff, activities, media and anything else that can fill the void. But the answer we’re seeking is much simpler.
Rather than saying “yes” to more, maybe we need to realize that less is more. A life distracted is a life unfocused on the one that composed it all.
Week 3: 11/8 & 11/12 — TREVOR MILLER
You wouldn’t go three months without talking to your best friend. God wants a relationship with us, therefore He has given us an avenue for for conversation with Him.
Prayer is how we practice vulnerability and get to know the heart of our Savior. God wants to hear from you daily as your heart orients itself to Him.
Week 4: 11/15 & 11/19 — CHRIS MORGAN