“As one dry season is replaced by another, God’s hand never ceases to be at work. In the midst of the valleys and deserts, growth is still possible; in fact, sometimes it is because of these things that we truly learn how to depend on Him. And I am extremely thankful that our God is not one to merely get us through the struggle without letting us get something from it along the way.”
Before Sunday Nights Bible studies started, a group of us gathered on Sunday nights in the weeks leading up to the launch of the study to just worship God, seek His face, and pray for revival. The prayer meetings in the living rooms were amazing times of preparing and praying for all that God would accomplish through the Sunday Night Bible Studies.
“…The reality that only God could change these circumstances sunk in and left me seemingly defenseless. […] As I stand at the end of myself, I’ve learned that Jesus’ love is more relentless than the effects of dementia and more potent than the strongest drug. His love is the only antidote to humanity’s brokenness.”
Every Sunday before each Bible study begins, all of our volunteers gather together to pray and worship God in order to have prepared hearts for the night of serving ahead. We believe that these simple, quiet times play a vital role in the way each volunteer goes about serving.
A huge thank you to our worship teams for the intentionality in what they do and for the hearts that are purposed do it well. We asked some of our worship team members what they enjoy about leading worship, and we’ve included it in this blog so that you can read about their hearts and motives as they lead us into God’s presence.
God has made it clear I need Jesus and His grace more than ever. I am reminded that God is working all things for His good and as I continue to let go and trust in Him, I am reminded His grace is sufficient for me.