07-03-16@North Heartland: Remembering Our Roots
Published Date: July 1, 2016
Author: Rick McGinniss
One of the more perplexing things about our culture these days is how we celebrate a holiday … without really celebrating the holiday. On the one hand, we do call “time out” from our busy schedules – which is definitely a good thing – but, on the other, we typically don’t reflect on why we’ve all called a time out.
For that reason, in this Sunday’s service, we’re going to remember why we celebrate July 4th and, specifically, how those who took the leap towards independence believed they were being led by the Divine Hand of Providence – the God who, according to the Scriptures, appoints the times of kings and nations.
This is going to be a fun service with some great music and <drum roll, please> a return of the NHCC drama team. Plus, I think the message will inspire a sense of gratefulness for our place in history not only as Americans but also as Christians.
So, if you’re in town, come worship and remember with us at 9:00 or 10:30. If you’re out of town, find a local church where you can worship or catch us on our live stream via the NHCC app or website.
Happy Independence Day!