Back to the Future
A Series About Your Past, Present, and Future Family
LSUS, Sunday at 10 a.m.
It’s time to talk about, well, um… time.
We’re closing out summer 2017 with a series aimed at the whole family, and we’re asking you to consider the importance of time.
Time is one of God’s gifts. Every day we have 86,400 seconds given to us to spend as we choose.
And time is a key ingredient. There’s so much that God does in our lives, and in our kids’ lives, that can’t happen instantly – lessons that have to be learned and absorbed slowly, over time.
But time can also be slippery. We lose hours to unimportant emails and tv shows we’re not even really watching. Distractions pull us away from the moments we’re in. It happens all. the. time.
But don’t worry.
This isn’t one of those beat-you-over-the-head-with-mom/dad-guilt-because-you-look-at-your-phone-more-often-than-you-should series. This isn’t about being perfect parents who make every single second special. (How obnoxious would that be?)
This is about finding the sweet spot between obsessively worrying about time and living in denial that time moves on and your kids are growing up. This is about believing that God is with you in small, ordinary moments and that those moments, by his grace, do indeed add up.
Let’s talk about the past – How do we honor our family history but leave the bad behind?
Let’s talk about the present – How can we be present in this moment. And this one. And this one…
And let’s talk about the future – It’s coming. What do we want our future family to be like?
*Note: This series coincides with our Volunteer Vacation. Click here to find out more.
We hope to see you this Sunday at 10 a.m.