when we understand what makes God angry then maybe we can put our own self-interested outrage in perspective.
Wake Forest Presbyterian
what we are is the living, breathing, growing, interactive, on-our-feet-and-mobile, STORY of real people who worship God, love Jesus, and live it out through the power of the Holy Spirit.
This is the story our church is telling, it’s the story of how God loves us and rescues us when we become “Shipwrecked” in so many ways. This week was all about Wake Forest Presbyterian Church being a strong lighthouse, standing as a beacon of hope, about nurturing the light of love and grace inside us, and of shining our hearts out in a needy, broken, often dark world.
This is my testimony. I pray that it inspires you to become more free to follow God, without holding anything back.
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