Begins Sunday, January 3
“Have you changed?” That’s a question one spouse, friend, or family member may ask another.
The truth is we’ve all changed. Actually, we’re changing every day—for better or for worse.
To borrow a metaphor from one of our babbling West Virginia streams… we’re either rowing upstream or we’re being swept downstream. When it comes to our character, there’s no such thing as simply sitting still.
The goal of this 4-week series is to think more biblically about our spiritual transformation after we’ve decided to follow Jesus. (Among Bible scholars, this is also known as sanctification, experiential theology, practical divinity, Christian ethics, or piety.)
As we study through our church’s Member Statement of Faith update, we’re reminded that rich doctrinal truth is inseparably connected to a vibrant devotional life. Spiritual theology and formation are two sides of the same coin. It’s impossible to do one well without the other. God’s goal for revealing Himself, primarily through His Word, is so that we can know Him—completely realizing and engaging His presence in everyday life.
Learn more: Visit the series page for schedule and resources.