Core: Listen to God

“Is God trying to tell me something?” This is one of the #1 questions I’m asked as a Pastor. In our local jail, a guy tells the story of how life got out of control eventually landing him in trouble and he asks, “Is God trying to tell me something?” In my

neighborhood, young parents experience issues with adolescent children after dropping out of church and giving into the drive for more and more activities, and they ask, “Is God trying to tell me something?” A cat 4 hurricane hits our region and I’ll never forget the atheist that I’d sparred ideas with for years ask me, “Is God trying to tell us something?”

The answer: YES! God is alway speaking to us and He uses several means to do so, but you don’t have to wait until a tragedy strikes to experience God’s voice. THE KEY to hearing from God is: A RELATIONSHIP. God wants to speak to us everyday. He wants to lead us, and give us purpose, and protection, and mold us into something we can never be on our own. And He’

This month Bridge Church is talking about the 7 Core Practices of Life In Christ-On Misson-4 Others. It all starts withconnecting with God. Check out the other 7 Core Practices and listen to Message #1 from this series here.ll do that through a relationship. Have you began a relationship with God? If so, are you attentive to God’s voice through His Word, through prayer, through other Christians, and yes through circumstances around us.

Join Bridge Church at one of our gatherings on Sunday: 10am at the West St Tammany YMCA or 6pm at Northshore Community Fellowship in Hammond. Other gatherings: 9am at the St. Tammany Parish Jail and 6pm at Oak Villa Mobile Home Park #71.

About Lane Corley

I am - Follower of Jesus Christ - Husband to the beautiful and patient Heather Corley - Father of three. - Church Planter / Church Planting Strategist with the Louisiana Baptist Convention. - When I can, I’m reading, raised bed gardening, deer hunting, and on mission with my church. - Hoping to be helpful.

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