Who’s Next Series

Moses' story is one of hope, healing, purpose, and leadership. In this series we peek into the story of Moses to see how God used a man for a powerful purpose. We ask four questions of this story: Who's next for hope? Who is it that needs to hear that God is not done yet, that God has a plan, and you are never in a dead end? Who's next for Healing? Who is it that needs to hear that they are not done yet, that God can redeem your heart and wounds? Who's next for purpose? Who is it that needs to learn that their story matters, and they can reframe their biography according to the grace of God and find meaning? Who's next for leadership? Who needs to know that their presence matters in this world? All of us are somewhere on this journey.

Join us each Sunday in October at 9 or 10:15am at Celebration Cinema for this powerful series.

WHO’S NEXT? - Part 1: Who’s Next for Hope?
October 7, 2018

Just when you think that all hope is lost, God calls a little baby into the house of the King of Egypt to be raised up to lead God's people out of slavery. God's not done with Israel. God's not done with Moses.

WHO’S NEXT? - Part 2: Who’s Next for Healing?
October 14, 2018

Moses screws up his life pretty badly by murdering an Egyptian guard. When it comes out, Moses runs away to live in the desert for 40 years. But Moses is not done yet. God calls him back to Egypt to continue the original plan of redeeming his people.

WHO’S NEXT? - Part 3: Who’s Next for Leadership?
October 21, 2018

Moses attempts to be the hero who bears the whole nation on his shoulders. But he eventually learns that is an unsustainable way to live. He divides the tasks among the people so they can all learn through participation.

WHO’S NEXT? - Part 4: Who’s Next for Purpose?
October 28, 2018

Moses has innate weaknesses that makes him hesitant to accept the call of purpose on his life. But God says, "Weaknesses don't matter when I am with you." When we learn to accept the task of being the vehicles of God's grace, presence, provision in this world, our stories change from "I can't" to "God can."