Living Fully Alive - Easter 4-18-19 Everybody has seen those ‘Salt Life’ window stickers and tee-shirts. That got going about 15 years ago and expanded to all sorts of ‘Fill in the blank’ life sayings. Heck, we even got the ‘Cotton Life’ thing going on last year thanks to Tom. To me, these sayings are actually more than just promoting a small segment of what we are trying to be about. It makes me think that there is more to life than just the ‘Same Ole Same Ole’ rut we can sometimes get into just trying to make a living and carry out day-to-day chores. Collectively these sayings are hinting that a life worth living has passion and purpose and priorities at its core. This is sort of like a part 2 from the blog I just put up last weekend and now with Easter coming up this weekend, I am inspired by the blessings of living fully alive and that it is not something we actually earn but received. John 6:57 says it best and fast. I know the Turkey Life, Family life, and beach life and of course cotton life are big deals. And yea, the planting life is coming quick. However take the time this Sunday to celebrate being able to LIVE FULLY ALIVE. Let’s blow the doors off of our local churches. If you don’t have one, then ask your neighbor where they are going. Or if you’re looking for something different, search www.community.church on the internet and watch online or visit one of the local campuses.
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