3 Sermons | July 4-18, 2021

At times , life can feel busy, chaotic, and even a little overwhelming. But God doesn't want our lives to feel that way. Instead, God wants us to find a rhythm for our lives that will help us be at peace and follow him.


In this sermon series, we'll be talking about how we can find a rhythm in three important areas in our lives: work, rest, and worship. And we'll learn how finding this rhythm can help us live the lives God wants us to have.

Sermon 1


July 4, 2021

Work. We all have to do it, don't we? We have to earn a living so we can put food on the table, clothes on our backs, and a roof over our heads. But, for many of us, work is more than what we do...work has become part of who we are.


But our identity is not defined by the work that we do. Our identity comes from God. And, although our jobs are important, we have to find a rhythm with our work to make sure our jobs don't keep us from following God's will for our lives.

Sermon 2


July 11, 2021

For many of us, when we think about rest, we think about lounging around on the couch all day while we scroll through social media or binge watch something on Netflix. But that's not exactly what rest means. Rest is about rejuvenating our body, mind, and spirit so that we can live out God's purpose for our lives.


But how do we do that? How do we find time to rejuvenate our body, mind, and spirit? Well, it starts by prioritizing rest and including it in the regular rhythm of your life.

Sermon 3


July 18, 2021

If you've spent much time around a church on Sunday morning, then you probably have an idea of what worship is all about. Worship is about singing songs, saying prayers, collecting an offering, and listening to a sermon...right? Well, even though all of these things are part of our regular worship services, they are not what worship is all about.


Worship is about taking God with you wherever you go, not just meeting God at the church. So we all need to find a rhythm that includes God in every aspect and area of our lives.