A few weeks ago, the topic of conversation during our Friday Fellowship was financial wealth and Christianity. Some of the questions we examined were, what does the Bible say about pursuing financial riches? Can money buy happiness? What approaches and attitudes towards money are worthwhile to keep in mind to help us stay on the right path.
Join us this Friday, February 27th at 7:30pm for a night of musical fellowship!
We’re going to give a quick beginner lesson on piano/guitar chords for those unfamiliar with these instruments. We also need vocalists, so warm up those voices and study those lyrics.
Our selected song for the night: Viva La Vida by Coldplay.
This song is full of Christian imagery — Jerusalem’s bells, pillars of salt, Saint Peter, missionaries — to name a few. We can discuss the significance these (and more) if you’re interested.
Here are a few links if you want to get the most out of the night.
Hope to see you!
Even though I was raised in a family with Christian values, in truth I haven’t spent very much time concerning myself with church, or even thinking about spiritual matters. It’s for this reason that I find our fellowship’s weekly discussions so interesting.
During our fellowship, we continued our discussion about Getting To Know God Better. One section of our discussion focused in on prayer. I started realizing how little I had thought about prayer in my life. Prayer — it’s just something I did but didn’t really ponder any deeper. Now, I have come to realize that I have never really considered contemplating the different parts of a prayer either.
The first discussion topic of the new year was “Deepening your relationship with God”.
So, how does one get to know God better? Seems like a simple enough question. To answer this we made a pretty mundane parallel — How does one get to know an ordinary person better?
- Have conversations with them and listen to what they have to say
- Talk to people who have known them and hear stories about them
- Be able to know what they would and wouldn’t do
- Find out and understand what is important to them