As we continue our Breathing Room series, Pastor Skyler talks about margin with our money. In this message from 2 Corinthians 8 and 9, we're reminded that when we are at our busiest, most overwhelmed, most broken, or just flat broke, the answer is to put Jesus first. God does amazing things through generous hearts. The prescription to financial margin is generosity. Join us for this message as we learn to give to God first, make a plan for the rest, and to follow the plan.
We seem to always be trying to run our lives at maximum capacity. Even when we get vacation time, we almost always seem to be "red-lining". In this message, Pastor Skyler talks about creating some space between us and the things that could really destroy us. No one sets out to destroy their life, but somehow temptation beckons us into danger. This is where moral margin comes in.
God designed a rythm for us: run and rest, run and rest. Yet our lives are more characterized as run and run. In this message, Pastor Skyler walks us through Psalm 90, reminding us that if we could see God as He is, we would give Him the trust He is due. If we could see ourselves in light of God's timeline, we would care for the time we've been given in a greater way.
Please share this message with friends and family, reminding us all to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
Even though it is a new year, most of us carry with us the same problems from the previous year and the lack of time to figure them out. This is a problem unique to our age. Even when we are not "at work" we are looking at our email. It is a problem of a lack of margin. We are so used to filling our lives to the max, that we literally have no breathing room--and we think this is completely normal.
In this message from Luke 10 and Matthew 11, Pastor Skyler shows how margin gives us the breathing room we need to know God and live life at its finest.