Most of our campuses will be meeting in their buildings starting this weekend. Check map below to see if your campus is open.
Select your campus to see details on any new times and what steps they are taking to follow guidelines for their area. Online services will still be available for those who cannot attend in person. Here more from Pastor Jacob in this video.
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Red Pins are open, Black Pins mean online services only.
How to Respond
Being a people of Faith; not Fear, here is how we are called to respond at this time.
As followers of Jesus, we go to God in prayer as our first response, not our last resort. Prayer changes us, and we work in partnership with God to see His will done on earth as it is in heaven.
Prayer to Pray
Heavenly Father, we place our trust in You, for You are our Rock and Refuge (Psalm 18:2), a very present help in time of trouble (Psalm 46:10). Thank You for your promise to keep us in perfect peace as we keep our focus on You (Isaiah 26:3), and thank You for Your Holy Spirit that gives us power, reveals Your love for us, and gives us a sound mind in the face of fear and chaos in our world (2 Timothy 1:7).
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Faith Over Fear, with God’s Word
God’s Word is the lamp unto our feet and the light unto our path (Psalm 119:105). We are encouraged to hide God’s Word in our hearts(Psalm 119:11), and this will guide our steps. We deepen our faith as we continually hear the Word of God (Romans 10:17). The way we overcome fear with faith is to focus our attention on God through His Word.
Scriptures to Meditate on
You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you. Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is an everlasting rock. ~ Isaiah 26:3-4 (ESV)
- Isaiah 43:1-3
- Psalm 4:8, Psalm 27:1-3, Psalm 34:1-10, Psalm 46:1-3, 10, Psalm 91:1-16
- Matthew 6:33-34, Matthew 14:27, John 14:27, John 16:33
- Philippians 4:4-8, 1 John 4:18-19
Every need in the world is a chance to share God’s love. As people of faith over fear, we do not respond to this COVID-19 crisis with panic or self-preservation but with serving those who are vulnerable.
We can be a light in the darkness and show the love of Jesus, whether it is through running an errand for an elderly neighbor, comforting someone who is anxious, volunteering at a food bank, or giving towards disaster relief efforts.
Reach out to your campus for opportunities to serve your community.
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