When the future seems uncertain, Jesus is our dry land.
We have a mission statement because we believe God has a mission statement. I wonder what God’s mission statement is . . .
The Sea Island Presbyterian Church is . . . called to . . .shape disciples equipped and empowered by the Holy Spirit.
The Sea Island Presbyterian Church is a family of faith formed by the grace of Jesus Christ, called to joyfully worship and love God.
We don’t have to leave things up to chance. We can be agents of change in the world on behalf of the Kingdom of God.
Have the same mind in you that was in Christ Jesus.
Perhaps it is a little dangerous to talk about economics in church; however, when we see Jesus teaching in parables about workers and their wages and when we remember that we are citizens not only of this world but also of the kingdom of heaven, we ought to stop and ask, “If Jesus Math says one plus one equals three, then what does God’s Economics have to teach us?
In the name of Jesus Christ, we are called to be a people of mercy. In our confession of sins, we receive God’s forgiveness in Jesus Christ and the Lord heals our wounds. Having been shown mercy, may we not withhold the grace to forgive others as we remember the past but in the name of Christ let our hurt go.