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Rooted: Rooting Our Story in God's Story

Sep 13, 2020 | Clint Tolbert

Creation and Fall

(Full Modern Worship Service)
(Full Traditional Worship Service)

The great stories begin by lifting up the most important questions. If we are to experience a rootedness in God’s story, it is important to identify those stories that define our life… for better or worse.

Series Information

The disruption to “normal” life that we have been experiencing over the past 6 months has left many of us feeling uprooted. The routines and relationships we once took for granted are no longer available to us, at least in the ways to which we have become accustomed. Because of this, it is tempting to believe and act as if life has fallen out of God’s control. Nothing could be further from the truth!

Our sovereign God has seen these days coming before the foundations of the earth were laid, and God has good purposes for them. God has nurtured relationships with his people through very challenging times in the past. Believing this to be true, it is critical for us to intentionally root the unfolding story of our life in the unshakable foundation that God’s story provides.

The Narrative Lectionary offers the sweep of the biblical story from Creation to the formation of the Church, and will be our guide from September through May. It will provide the focus for preaching, Bible study, family discipleship, and personal reading. You can learn more about the Narrative Lectionary at