April 30 Service at 10:30 am
Rev. Julie Lombard
By examining our own understanding of salvation, we are asked to look closer in to our own hearts to see the love within ourselves, a love that is powerful enough to turn around a tragic life. We all have struggles. For some, it is through our most challenging times that we find the transformative and the healing power. From childhood we are taught the story that Adam and Eve were created in the image of God. They offered us a visible display of God’s character as they walked in fellowship with an invisible God; but when the human race fell through their sin, human beings lost the capacity for fellowship with all that is holy. Through salvation, the capacity for fellowship is restored and our ability to manifest imperfect goodness is celebrated.