Sermon Series Week 4:
Five Marks of a Methodist
Join us this Sunday as we continue our series "Marks of a Methodist" with a look at what John Wesley viewed as one of the most important characteristics of a Christian disciple: constant prayer.
I doubt there's anyone who would say they pray too much, but there are plenty of us who struggle with prayer even though we know we should have a regular habit of prayer.
Perhaps the problem isn't so much with prayer itself as it is with our focus on the purpose of prayer: drawing near to God.
When we see a relationship with God as the end result, our prayer life can become richer and fuller and feel less like an obligation.
This was John Wesley's approach and we'll talk through it on Sunday. I look forward to seeing you there!
It's also Staff Appreciation Sunday and our Staff-Parish Relations and Fellowship Committees are teaming up to offer some very special treats between services. Take some time to thank the many members of our church staff who do everything from working in the office to caring for kids in the nursery to leading music in worship.
See you Sunday!
Follow the Sermons on our Bible App!
Our Scriptures and sermon notes will now be available every week on your smartphone or tablet via the free Bible App.
Simply go to your app store and download the "Bible" app from LifeChurch.tv (it's the first Bible app that pops up).
Set up your free account and then click on "Live Event."
Search for Tri-Lakes United Methodist Church and you'll see this week's sermon title.
When you click into the sermon title, you'll notice that we have the Scriptures set up for you, an outline of the sermon on which you can take your own notes, a place to add your prayer requests and a link to the Book the Pastor is referencing in the sermon.