Dear Mosaic Family, There is snow on the ground, Thanksgiving is passed, and it’s finally socially acceptable to begin decorating for Christmas. This week we begin our advent series at Mosaic! Over the next four weeks we’ll be taking a look at what Christmas can teach us about hope, love, joy and peace.
We all have hope. We all have something that tells us why life is worth living, and what we should be living for, but how do we know our hope isn't being built on a foundation of sand?
Join us tomorrow as we look at 1 Peter 1:3-25 and what it means to have a living hope. Hope in scripture is more than just wishful thinking or a positive outlook on life. Hope is looking to the future with a confident expectation that motivates the way we act in the present. Hope is a reasonable view of the future that gives us a reason for living in the present.
Praying for you, Pastor Shane
Update on Advent Service Times: Mosaic has grown quite a bit over the last few months. During November we’ve seen an average of 300 people every week coming to worship, serve, and hear the Good News about Jesus Christ! Due to the high number of students at Mosaic who leave the city over winter break, our attendance often drops quite a bit around Christmas. We will be assessing our service needs from week-to-week, to see if we need to drop down to one morning service. In the meantime we’ll continue all of our services at their normal times.
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