Life Under the Sun: Building Success in a Crumbling World
Summary: Life can feel like a treadmill … just working and striving, rising and sleeping … the days go by, the months accumulate. We work toward successes personally, and in family and career. Yet the years pass quickly; and what is there to show as having been successfully built in a world that crumbles around us even more rapidly? But we’re not the first to have these feelings. No less than the wisest and most materially successful man of all time could say, “Amen!” But Solomon in Ecclesiastes gives wise perspective as well, for time and eternity.
Here are the six sermon dates and titles for this series. Join us Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
|4/22||The Cycles of Life in a Fallen World||Randy||1:1-11; 3:1-11||3:1|
|4/29||All You’ve Ever Wanted: The Myth of Entitlement||Chris||1:12 – 2:26||2:24|
|5/6||Dust to Dust: The Myth of Permanence||Randy||3:14 – 4:6||3:14|
|5/13||The Myth of Joy in the Abundance of Riches||Randy||5:10 – 6:12||5:10|
|5/20||The Joy of Living, Even in a Crumbling World||Randy||11:1-10||11:8|
|5/27||Wisdom for Living a Constructive Life||Randy||12:1-14||12:13|