Blah Faith – Week 12

Eric Koehler ::

The word “blah” implies something that is boring or without meaningful content. Is it possible for faith in Jesus to fit that description? Is it? Jesus said many things that paint a different picture of our faith life that seems much better. He actually said, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” He even went so far as to say, “anyone who believes in me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works.” That’s quite a statement!

This kind of life doesn’t seem to be what many (maybe most?) followers of Jesus experience though. Have we missed the journey and settled for a t-shirt that communicates faith is blah? Use the summer of 2017 to reframe your relationship with Jesus as real, dynamic, and joyful.

Join ValleyPoint Church as we focus our attention on discovering the beauty, joy, and danger of following Christ. Don’t settle for the t-shirt when there is something so much better. Drop the blahs! It’s not how you want to be.

The word “blah” implies something that is boring or without meaningful content. Is it possible for faith in Jesus to fit that description? Is it? Jesus said many things that paint a different picture of our faith life that seems much better. He actually said, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” He even went so far as to say, “anyone who believes in me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works.” That’s quite a statement!

This kind of life doesn’t seem to be what many (maybe most?) followers of Jesus experience though. Have we missed the journey and settled for a t-shirt that communicates faith is blah? Use the summer of 2017 to reframe your relationship with Jesus as real, dynamic, and joyful.

Join ValleyPoint Church as we focus our attention on discovering the beauty, joy, and danger of following Christ. Don’t settle for the t-shirt when there is something so much better. Drop the blahs! It’s not how you want to be.