Do you ever find yourself asking, “Where is the JOY that I thought I would always have?” Or maybe, “I thought that by the time I got to this point in my life I’d have more JOY?
I think many of us find ourselves in that same place. As things get busier and the economy drags on, as families become more fractured and relationships become less intimate we need some JOY in our lives. And it is our firm conviction that if there is to be a revolution of JOY that it will come from the very people that have the root of all JOY living in their hearts – Christians!
So join us on this journey as we seek to find the giver of all JOY as well the sustainer of that JOY in the person of Jesus Christ. All of the sermons in this series will look at how our lives, when lived for Christ, will intersect with JOY, regardless of the situation. I hope that as you listen to these sermons you will be encouraged and challenged to grow stronger in your faith - because, “the JOY of the Lord is our strength!”
-Rev. Matt Mitchell
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