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Hebrews Response Sunday

Hebrews Response Sunday

Last August, we started on a journey through the book of Hebrews and introduced the idea of a “Modern Faith Anchored By Ancient Truth.” As we come to the end of the book soon, we wanted to give ourselves some time and space to reflect on the impact of this study. On Sunday May 27th we will close the Hebrews series with our first “Response Sunday.” This is a new idea and we want to celebrate through these types of Sundays at the end of every sermon series.

As we prepare for May 27th, we want to encourage you towards some sort of response. There is no right or wrong way to respond. We simply want to encourage you to open up to the possibility of actively responding to His Word. God has been speaking to us in a variety of ways through our study of Hebrews. Here are some themes you might recall:

The question is, how will you respond?

Maybe you would consider an artistic response. For you artists out there, we would love for you to create something based on what you learned in our Hebrews series: painting, photography, creative writing, woodworking or whatever your expression is. And we would love for you to share it with us! Please submit your artwork prior to May 19 and we will determine the best way to utilize it on Response Sunday.

Maybe you follow us on Instagram to respond to reflections on the book of Hebrews as we post themes, verses and questions.

Maybe you want to share a brief story of impact. We would love to hear your story. If you’ve got one, please send a short writing or recorded video clip here.

Maybe you memorized your favorite verse of passage in Hebrews. We’d love to know which one you chose. Let us know or post it on your social media profile and tag #evfreefullerton.

Maybe you would choose to be baptized on May 27th. We will be ready for you on that day celebrating the new life we find in Jesus. If you are interested in getting baptized, sign up here.

Maybe you need to re-listen to one of the Hebrews sermons or re-read one of the Ears to Hear reflections and see what that prompts.

Maybe you want prayer over some area of challenge that has been defined through this series. Please submit your prayer request here.

Maybe there is another way God is moving you to respond. If so, please let us know what you come up with.

In any case, we want to encourage everyone to come ready on May 27 to engage with our community. We are a family and want to take every opportunity to allow God to work through us as we learn from one another. Let’s be a church that does not sit idle but actively responds to the words of God.

Billy Tarka, Pastor of Response Ministries

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