The Story: Unsatisfied

Jan 13, 2019 | Rev. Carrie Binnie

Hunger for Happiness (11 AM)

Most people would tell you that the purpose of life is to be happy--but is it really? King Solomon learned the hard way that happiness attained through our own doing is far less meaningful than fulfillment brought about by doing God's will. When we keep God as our focus in life, we are more apt to remember that what matters most is whose we are and who we are created to be.

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In our journey through The Story thus far, we’ve seen how the people of God found hope in the midst of dark times and victory when they never thought it possible, but we’ve also witnessed them challenge God, forget their faith and turn to war and destruction. It may be fair to say that God’s people have always had a few things in common: pain, questions and joy—sometimes all at the same time. Another piece of the human condition that we all share is the hunger for more—more money, more power, bigger house…. At times, and after trying unsuccessfully to satiate our hungers, we may even wonder if it’s possible to be truly satisfied. Join us for our new sermon series, Unsatisfied, as we explore the truth about what really satisfies the human heart and soul.


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