“and they lived happily ever after.” That’s the way a fairy tale ends “happily ever after” describes what so many of us really want. If truth be told, that’s even what we want when we become a Christian: a carefree life. That is what we expect from a church: no problems, everyone getting along, no issues: and they lived happily ever after.
What did one sheep say to the other sheep? "after ewe"
What would you get if you crossed a goat & a sheep? An animal that eats tin cans & gives back steel wool
Why did the lamb call the police? he had been fleeced
Have you ever tried to put a tent together in the wind, or heavy rain? I remember a few times on the slopes of Mt. Baker in a fierce wind, the tent was blowing side. The poles, the rain fly, the tent, look like a jumble.
For those of you who might need help, I found instructions on a website (Wikihow). These instructions do not seem helpful to me, but they are amusing:
Today we are starting a new series today, The Church: Some Assembly Required (I’m a punny person, so in the coming weeks we’ll talk about the title). I will use a variety of scriptures. 3-4 of the 7-8 weeks are going to be different images from the Bible. Today, we’ll examine one of the wonderful images of the church, the Church is a family.
Carl Crouse, Pastor
At SACC we believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God. Every Sunday the worship service includes a message from the Bible. My words are an attempt to understand and apply the Bible to our daily living. I post weekly sermons and other biblical messages on this page. May you find meaning and hope as you read through each message and seek to hear God's voice. Leave a comment to ask questions or inspire others with your insights.