Living a Life That Matters
“We are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so that
we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.”  (E
phesians 2:10 NLT)

Sunday Mornings: April 12 – May 3

Living a life that matters is more than deciding what to do in life to leave a mark on the world. It is more about making small positive changes that will cause ripple effects across relationships, how we perceive ourselves, what we will invest our time in and what or whom we will connect to in our daily living. Christine Mason Miller is credited with saying, “When we focus our energy towards constructing a passionate meaningful life, we are tossing a pebble into the water creating a beautiful ripple effect of inspiration. When one person follows a dream, tries something new or takes a daring leap, everyone nearby feels that energy and before too long they are making their own daring leaps and inspiring yet another circle.”

This new sermon series begins April 12 at both of our worship locations: Lake Shadows Pavilion- 7:30am (Directions to lake worship: https://goo.gl/maps/ua1dv) and on our campus at 1334 Runneburg just north of Highway 90- 9am and 11am (Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/tFLqT ).

During this sermon series we will hear from several people about their personal experiences of how we are living a life that matters when:

  • we live as though we have value and purpose in God’s eyes;
  • we live each day through the lens of generosity and allow God to use us as a blessing for others;
  • we invest ourselves in being connected to others to accomplish an important mission;
  • we decide to live with a sense of urgency for reasons that make us want to live each day to the fullest.  

This is your invitation to come meet some new friends and check in with your neighbors at Crosby United Methodist Church. For more information email us: office@crosbyumc.org, visit our Facebook page at Crosby United Methodist Church, or call the church office: 281-328-2616 and we’ll answer your questions as best we can.