JR. Forasteros - March 9, 2014

The God of Work

American Gods

We all know that hard work is a virtue. But we easily fall into the trap of turning work into a god, believing that we always need just a little bit more before we'll be content. We sacrifice our time, our energy and ultimately our families and lives to this god whose demands on us never end. Let's return to the Creator God who tells us we should do all our work in six days and spend the seventh, the Sabbath day, enjoying the life we're building. Let's remember that our worth and security come not from what we produce but from the God who created, calls and loves us.

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When you think of idol, you think of a little statue. But idols can be anything that distracts or distances us from God. During Lent, we're going to look at some of the most popular idols in our culture. We'll see what they are, and how they pull us away from God. We'll also discover the better way God calls us to. Join us as we discover the identities of these American gods, and turn from them to follow the one and only true God.

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When you think of idol, you think of a little statue. But idols can be anything that distracts or distances us from God. During Lent, we’re going to look at some of the most popular idols in our culture. We’ll see what they are, and how they pull us away from God. We’ll also discover the better way God calls us to. Join us as we discover the identities of these American gods, and turn from them to follow the one and only true God.

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