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Global Awareness Week: November 15-20, 2020
"God blesses those who work for peace, for they will be called children of God.” - Matthew 5:9
So many voices; each one claiming to be right. Advertisements catch our attention and often confuse our minds. The voices are often strident, strong--and they contradict one another.
Welcome to another presidential election season in the U.S.!
Yet in this political season which many have labeled “like none other,” Jesus invites us to another way of living. He actually commands us to love our enemies and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Perhaps the “enemy” lives on the other side of the globe. Perhaps our “enemy” is an ideological one, and lives next door. Or works with us, or studies with us. Maybe they're invited to a family celebration.
In Matthew 5:9, Jesus doesn’t mince words. “God blesses those who work for peace, for they will be called children of God.” Jesus invites us to work for peace, to be a community of faith that builds gospel bridges with our neighbors near and far.
November 15-20 our guest speaker, Nikki Toyama-Szeto (Executive Director of Christians for Social Action) and a group of our visiting partners from New England and around the globe will be joining us virtually. They’ll be sharing with us how they “Build Gospel Bridges” in their lives and ministries. You won’t need to wear masks or wonder if the middle seat is empty. You can wash your hands if you like, but from the comfort of your own homes, come join us as we learn how God is still sovereignly at work in the world, in the midst of a global pandemic.