A Message Series at Flood
There are many things in this life that we blindly trust. We trust that chairs will hold us up when we sit down, that it is safe to go when our light turns green, and that we will wake up to a charged phone ready to scroll through our Instagram feed after plugging it in overnight. These things are easy to trust – because they don’t often fail us.
People on the other hand, are not so easy to trust. Whether it be from friends, family, the church, leaders, politicians – we have all experienced great letdown.
As the late Tupac Shakur is accredited with saying, “The most expensive thing in the world is trust. It can take years to earn and just a matter of seconds to lose”
Yet trust is essential for relationships. And, each of us know that we were made for relationships.
So what does this mean for us? Is it possible to regain trust where it has been lost? Is it possible to trust in something that we can’t see as the authority in our lives? Join us on Sundays as we learn the importance of working through our trust issues together.
Who can I trust?
Can We trust God?
San Diego: Can We trust the Bible?
2 Timothy 3:10-17
North County: Can We Trust Leadership?
Can We Trust the Church?
San Diego: Can We Trust Leadership?
North County: Can We Trust the Bible?
2 Timothy 3:10-17
Can Our Community Be Trusted?
1 Peter 2:4-10
Can I trust my family?
Can I trust my neighbors?
How do I build trust and become trustworthy?
Counselor Panel Q and A
A space for learning and support to engage in this series.
Designed to empower us to better understand and engage with Scripture in a meaningful way.
San Diego: Sunday, October 1, 11am – Kearny Cafeteria
North County: Saturday, October 7, 10am – Location TBD
North County: Saturday, November 11, 10am – Location TBD