Everything we think, in everything we do, with everyone we meet, and for every hope we have, there is risk involved.
Our country was built on the backs of those who conquered their fears and took risks worth taking. And yet in our current climate with the very things we seem to be abandoning is our ability to understand how to take the right risk.
This weekend at The Gathering we’re going to be talking about the principles in the Scriptures, which teach us about risk and why it is always true that if you risk nothing, you reap nothing.
Maybe you know someone who has been burnt by the risk they took to get married and it didn’t work, or a friend who has lost a job, or maybe some family members who are gripped by fear. This weekend we are going to learn straight from sacred Scripture how to take only the right risks and what the results are.
Go beyond just inviting a friend. Tell them you will pick them up or meet at the theatre and go with them to either the 9:00 or 10:30 service. And then do this: plan on having brunch or coffee afterward to talk about information you’ve just received and see what amazing things can come out of these faith-based, inspiring conversations.