Sunday, November 15, 6:30pm
“Many of us are not free because we have not confessed the sins that hold us captive, keeping us in bondage. Confession is the gateway to healing, the route to freedom… What is confession? Confession means [admitting] you have done something wrong, or [admitting] unwillingly that something is true.”
We are excited and humbled to be able to plan a service in which we come together before our Heavenly Father and experience the power and freedom that comes in the forgiveness of sin. Together, we will identify sin by hearing what the Bible says, asking God to show us what we have done that fits in the category, writing in a personal prayer journal, and then pleading the blood of Jesus over those sins.
This service will be a safe place. You will not be asked to confess your sin out loud or with the group, but instead will find an atmosphere of prayer and worship to quietly come before the Father and let Him know your heart.
Because of the sensitive nature of some of the sin topics we’ll be covering, we will be offering a special service for children ages 3 to 5th grade in a separate space, as well as nursery care for ages 0-36 months. The Journey youth will be joining us this night as well in the main service.