This Weekend @ Revolution || Meeting with Jesus Daily

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I’m really excited about this coming Sunday at Revolution as I am about all Sunday’s at Revolution. Right now, I am on my summer preaching break, which is incredibly gracious of the elders to give me this time to refresh personally, have extended time for leadership development in Revolution and to give other speakers the opportunity to preach in my place. Jared Carter, our Next Generation Pastor did a phenomenal job the last 2 weeks and this week, one of our MC leaders, Mike Miller is preaching. He’s preached several times before at Revolution and always does a great job. Here’s a link to his last sermon in this series.

June has been an incredible month. Most churches in the summer decline in attendance, but so far we have had our highest attendances ever! Even without A/C in the school this past Sunday. Let’s keep that up and see more and more people take that step and find and follow Jesus.

Here’s why this Sunday is going to be one you don’t want to miss:

Mike will be preaching from John 6:22 – 59 where Jesus makes an incredible claim, saying he is the bread of life. Bread in that culture is something they ate at every meal, something they did not go through a day without.

We will be looking at how Jesus is someone we need everyday. But, what does that look like? What does it mean to meet with Jesus daily? To rely on Jesus daily? To trust Him for everything on a daily basis?

While this is one of the most basic aspects of following Jesus, it is also one of the hardest things for many of us to do.

So, you definitely don’t to miss it.

We will also be praying for our Czech Missions Trip in the service this week. This team will be leaving on Monday morning, so be sure to be praying for them and what God will do in them and through them while they are over there.

I’ll see you this Sunday at 10am and be sure bring someone with you (you never know when a simple invite will make an eternal difference).

Remember, we meet at 8300 E. Speedway Blvd. at 10am.

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