If you watch the Packers on Sunday, the “win” is obvious: Score more than the Cowboys.
We often ask here at St. Paul’s, “What is the win?” What will we be the sign that a program or event is successful?
What is the “win” in our lives? Pastor Ben from Victory of the Lamb sent us a link of an interview with Larry King and Neil deGrasse Tyson. It offers a stark view of the “win” for a secularist like Mr. Tyson. In the end, your body becomes food for microbes.
Is that all people can hope for?
A More Compelling and Satisfying Win
The win God has promised is far more than being microbe food. This weekend, Pastor Bonack will help us appreciate the benefits that we have when the Holy Spirit brings us to see life and death from the Biblical Worldview. Read Genesis 3:16-24 in preparation for this study.
Review our Study of Worldviews
Watch, listen to or read the first three weeks of this study of worldviews.
- Who am I? What is my identity? (Sept 17 Sanctuary message here,Sept 17 Bridge message here)
- Why am I here? What is my purpose? (Sept 24 message here)
- What is “good?” How do we decide morality? (Oct 1 message here)
Worship in Person or Online
Traditional services: Sat @ 5 pm, Sun @ 7:45 and 9:15 am, Wed @ 7 pm
Contemporary Service: Sun @ 10:45 am
The Bridge: Sun @ 10:15 am (Confession/communion service at 9:45 am)
Childcare is available at all Sunday services except 7:45 am.
If you can’t join us in person, join our growing online congregation. Watch The Bridge live Sun @ 10:15 or choose from our message library here.
Kids Club is Growing!
We have 175 children enrolled in our Sunday morning youth ministry for 3K – 8th grade! Bring your child(ren) any Sunday at 9:15 am to the Trinity Café. Learn more here.
God grant you a blessed weekend!