We looked at the story of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15. This story has lessons about judgement, grace, resentment, and forgiveness-- things that we can probably all relate to.
Did she really just do that? Did he really just say that? Do they really believe that? With long days and short years, parenting can feel like we never get to stop and reflect—we’re always reacting in the moment. When we admit what’s broken, ask for help and apply wisdom, we’ll discover that things can be different in our home and our lives. Let’s learn some of these principles together and watch God change our families.
It seems like change is inevitable in our personal lives, in our families and even at church. The great news is that God knows the changes before we do and the Bible has help for all of us as we experience them.
No matter what that awkward family photo says about your family you know that it is unique and built by God for something greater than routine. We all experience the challenges that come from trying to survive day to day but what if there was a way to live that offered a greater hope for tomorrow?
Sometimes we celebrate advent or observe it but what does it look like to Be Advent? The central truth of Christmas is that Jesus became one of us so that we could know Him and make Him known. The hope of that relationship is something we can share uniquely at this season with our friends, family and neighbors.
No matter where you've been or what you've done; we want Eastern Hills to be a community that you can call home. We are built for this kind of community and even if you've never experienced it before we hope you'll consider it now.