March 4, 11, 18 and 25, Sundays, 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. in the library
Young or old, single or married, male or female—at some point in life, we’re all confronted with loneliness. We try to fill the void or change our circumstances so we no longer feel the pain. But what if our pangs of loneliness are meant to point us to something greater?
Looking at various aspects of loneliness, Lydia Brownback reminds us of God’s power to redeem our loneliness and use it in our lives to draw us to himself. Ultimately, she helps us see that even when we feel misunderstood, forsaken, or abandoned, we’re never really alone. God is always with us, and only he can meet all of our needs in Christ Jesus.
FACILITATOR: Pastor Carl McKenzie
COST: $10 for book – payable to GLC by Feb. 25 – sooner if possible, books need to be ordered. You will need time to read to prepare for the first class. Checks given to Sue Filson (mailbox in hallway by offices)