It can be hard to get where you are going if you are unable to clearly see the direction in which you are headed. We rely on our vision to help us get where we need to go. Vision that is in focus makes every aspect of life easier. What does it look like when the vision of our church begins to come into focus? Nehemiah was a man who had clear vision for what God wanted to do in Jerusalem and he did amazing things. Nehemiah was focused on the vision of restoring Jerusalem. As our church prepares to enter a new year, what can we do to focus on what God is calling us to do? In this four-week stewardship series, we will explore the vision that God has for Royston First United Methodist Church as we discover more about the story of Nehemiah.
MESSAGES IN THIS SERIES:
October 27: “Planting Seeds for Revival” (Nehemiah 2:1-10)
November 3: “The Reality of Opposition” (Nehemiah 4:1-18)
November 10: “Oppression and Generosity” (Nehemiah 5)
November 17: “Thanksgiving and Celebration” (Nehemiah 12:27-47)