There are lots of voices clamoring for your attention--some with good intention, and some with evil. Because of that, the opening discourse in the book of Proverbs has some timely words for you. Thousands of years after those words were written, we still need to see how God's wisdom given through parents results in honor and beauty, protecting us from the ways of death. As you read the text in preparation for our service, ask yourself, "What does it look like to walk with bad people in the digital age? What does it mean to participate with people who use others for their own gain in 21st century America?" I invite you to join us as we seek the wisdom to work out our worship into all of life.
Come, Ye that Fear the Lord
Come, Children, Learn to Fear the Lord
How Good Is the God We Adore (#738)
Old Testament: Leviticus 25:1-23; Psalm 124
New Testament: Luke 14:25-35
Worship, Wisdom, and Work Series: Hear, My Son - Proverbs 1:8-19