For the last couple years, our church has been calling itself a “Christ-focused, Word-centered Family.” It is a nice slogan, and I believe it describes who we are and who we want to be at United Lutheran Church. But what does it really mean to have a Christ-focused church? What does it mean to be Word-centered? Why do we call ourselves a family? Why do we even have a slogan?
This summer we are going to take some time to answer those questions. In the upcoming weeks, our sermon series will be focusing on what the Bible teaches about being a Christ-focused, Word-centered Family.
Here is tentative outline of the sermons for the next several weeks:
· June 27th – Being Christ-focused in Bible Study and Worship
· July 4th – Being Christ-focused in Our Daily Lives
· July 11th – Being Word-centered as a Church
· July 18th – Being Word-centered in Our Daily Lives
· July 25th – Doing Life Together as a Church Family
I am really looking forward to going through this series with you. It will be a great time to refocus on what the Christian faith and church is all about! I encourage you to be here every
Sunday so that together we can grow in our understanding of what it means to be a Christ-focused, Word-centered Family! If you have to miss a Sunday, please go back and listen to the sermon on Facebook or at laurelulc.org.