August 18 - September 8, 2019

Each of us faces obstacles that keep us from living fully and freely. These obstacles might include fears that we don't have enough, or that we ourselves are simply not enough. In this series, we’re going to look at these seemingly unsurmountable walls, barriers, high cliffs, and what Jesus says about surmounting them after all. Hint: it’s Love.

Journey logo over grayscale image of cliff, ocean and lighthouse

 

I'm Not Enough

Our first cliff is “I’m Not Enough.” We carry shame, guilt, a sense of having blown it. The world around us measures us by whether we have followed the messages that determine our external worth, but Jesus suggests a different way to see. Let’s face the cliff together.

I Don't Have Enough Money

Our second cliff is “I Don't Have Enough Money.” Yes, we're going there. Is love of it the root of all evil? Does it make the world go around? It's what I want, but it can't buy me love. Money is a dangerous and delicate topic in our society. We'll step up to this cliff together. Join us.

I Don't Have Enough Time

"Time, time, time, see what's become of me..." Who among us has not felt the press of time as it passes? Who among us has not felt that our precious time was wasted? Who has not felt the lack of time? Hmm, maybe we're thinking about this the wrong way... This Sunday, we approach the cliff of Time.

I Don't Have Enough Tools

Archimedes said, "Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world." Our levers may figurative, but we, too, can move the world. The final cliff in our series is a doozy, but we'll face it together.

line drawings of four worried, sad, or angry faces with Sunday's titles; all over grayscale background of ocean, cliffs and lighthouse, as used in series graphic above