A.W. Tozer once wrote that what comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us. While we might want to say that how those thoughts translate into living is just as important, perhaps it’s how we live that best communicates what we really think about God.
Between January 16 and February 20, we’re going to talking about who God is and what God is like. Some might say that our thoughts about God are entirely subjective – in other words, that our thoughts about God are entirely personal, saying more about us than about God himself, because there’s not much we can really know. C.S. Lewis’ phrase “amiable agnostics” leaps to mind.
But, as Christians, we believe in a God who speaks, a God who communicates, a God who makes himself known. As Christians, we believe in a God whose “Word became flesh” (John 1:14) – a God who refuses to remain completely shrouded in mystery because his purpose for us is actually relationship. And knowing one another is a big part of any relationship. We invite you to join us over these weeks as we get to know God better.