Friday, January 06, 2012

Hearing God: Living attentive to the God who speaks

At New Life Lincoln Park this Sunday we are starting a new teaching series called, HEARING GOD: Living attentively to the God who speaks. This is the gist of it:

We've all heard of angels and loud voices resounding from the heavens, but most of us have never actually heard God speak audibly or sat down and talked with an angel over nachos. It seems you can't turn three pages without seeing God talking to someone in the Bible, but does that kind of stuff still happen today? Often people describe the voice of God like a prompting or a whisper, but in a world that shouts for our attention how are we supposed to make out which "voice" belongs to God? In the next five weeks we will be talking about how God speaks into the world today and how we can tune our ears to listen.

If you're in the Chicago area, we'd love for you to join us this Sunday (or any Sunday!). We get together in the morning at 10am and again in the evening at 5pm. For the most part it is the same service at both times, so pick whichever time is best for you. The address is 1110 W. Lill Ave, near DePaul.

Hope to see you there!


Cyd said...

Hi Bobby,
This is going to be a great series. Do you make it available online for those who are not in the Chicago area?

bobby moss said...

We sure do! Here's the link: