Down through the ages, from Pascal’s "Pensees", Franklin’s "Poor Richard’s Almanac", Voltaire’s "Dictionary" to Buechner’s "Wishful Thinking" and Kathleen Norris’ "Amazing Grace", writers have offered words and phrases that speak to and encapsulate faith.
Instead of preaching from the lectionary, Gordon is gathering words from the Bible and our faith that every disciple needs to know. So, every Sunday’s sermon will be on a new word.
To add to the conversation and reflection on each week’s word, a “word wall” will be present in the narthex and on CPC's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Chester-Presbyterian-Church-109364522425080/
This week’s Whiteboard Grace Wall Word: BELIEVE
“If I have told you about earthly things and you do not believe, how can you believe if I tell you about heavenly things?.” -John 3:12
How do you BELIEVE?
Throughout the week, you are invited to leave a reflection or thought on the whiteboard in the church narthex, or comment below.
Through “Whiteboard Grace,” we’ll create a weekly congregational devotional, then join us for worship on Sunday as we look at God's word to us through Isaiah and John.