Study Guide | Isaiah 6.1-8

Hi friends,

This week we kick off our fall series, “Gospel in Life.” We read a lot about the gospel, we hear a lot about the gospel, we may even talk a lot about the gospel, but what is the gospel? And how does the gospel affect our daily lives?

It’s one thing to read about, hear about, and talk about the gospel at church, but what about on Monday morning at work? What about Tuesday afternoon when there’s a pop quiz in English class? What about Wednesday over coffee with the Mom’s Group? What about Friday night with friends? Or Saturday at the soccer game? What does the gospel have to do with those things!? I pray we come to believe the gospel, the good news, that grace changes everything!

To begin, we’re taking three weeks to discuss our mission statement, which states:

Good Shepherd exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ who connect with God, grow in faith and serve in love.

These three weeks will lead right into the following topics of Gospel in Life, though, please note: the week of Sunday, September 29th, these pastor-authored study guides will transition to a book-led study entitled (you guessed it!), Gospel in Life: Grace Changes Everything! If you’re not involved in a small group, sign-up on the patio Sunday or here on our website first thing Monday.

This week, we’re thinking together about that first third of the disciple-forming enterprise set before us: connecting with God. To do so, we're engaging Isaiah 6.1-8 in our study guide

Please note that the Seal Beach Boulevard bridge over the 405 is reported to be closed Saturday, September 7th at 10pm through Sunday, September 8th at 10am. If your route to Good Shepherd requires using the bridge, please plan ahead for an alternate route!

Hope to see you Sunday,
Curtis

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