Look to your left and to your right.
Look all around,
What do you see?
Do you see friends?
Do you see people who care about you
and care for you?
It’s cool to look, to really look and see...
Even for someone who is blind or visually impaired, there is a power in what the mind’s eye can see and imagine.
What we see is how we experience life.
What did you see on your way to the church this morning?
What did you see in your home before you left?
What do we see happening in the world?
What do we see when we see when a person asks us for help...maybe for money?
What about when someone has a physical or mental handicap what do we see?
What do we see?
This summer, at the wonderful suggestion of Harry Eberts, who's in his sixth month being pastor of First Pres, and becoming a fast friend and great colleague, we're going to be looking at the first 12 chapters of the book of Acts.
Both churches are looking at the early church.
What was the church like back then?
How does that inform how God may be calling us to be church 2000 years later.