Have you ever wondered why you were suffering despite the fact that you had done good things? And if you did, maybe you were a little upset with God, or angry or rebellious, or just plain tired of everyone persecuting you about this or that. Maybe it was a deterrent to building a relationship with the Lord and caused you to live on the wrong side of life?
Or possibly you believe being a Christian means retreating to your prayer closet, praying for everyone but never involving yourself in the often difficult daily human grind. Just maybe this has happened to you or possibly you always wanted to know what the Philippians' letters Paul wrote were really all about?
Whatever the reason we will search for some answers in the 1st quarter of 2015 in our ATB Sunday class. We will study from Max Lucado's book study of Philippians, beginning next Sunday, January 4th and have books to study on your own time available. Let's follow along with Paul as he teaches us how to have joy no matter what circumstance in life we are in.
I will be there, and I hope you will be too! Glenn
Glenn is an ex-Marine Viet Nam vet who is also a recovering alcoholic, clean and sober for 30 years. He has been involved in start up and ongoing recovery ministry at North Atlanta Church and Campus for the last two decades. He has a passion for outreach and to spread the message that the answer to lasting and fulfilling recovery from addiction is in a relationship with Jesus Christ. He and the ATB team are available to assist in your questions or needs on an individual basis and will do so maintaining complete confidentiality. You may e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.