Sunday Music – August 5, 2018

Playlist:

Songs of Praise:

10,000 Reasons
Good to Me

Response:

Your Labor is Not in Vain

Offertory:

O Love That Will Not Let Me Go

Sanctus:

Revelation Song

Eucharist:

Jesus I Come
Christ Be All Around Me

Naps are good. Rest is better.

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July 29, 2018 – Scott Buckhout

Hebrews 4.1-11 : Psalm 65 : John 21.9-14

Listen to the songs here.

Listen to Morgan’s sermon from the morning here.

Joy is the Business of Heaven

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July 29, 2018 – Morgan Reed

Hebrews 4.1-11 : Psalm 95 : John 21.9-14

Listen to the songs here.

Listen to Scott’s sermon from the evening here.

Rule of Life

On Tuesday, July 31 from 6:30-8:30pm in the sanctuary at Restoration, I’ll be leading a mini-workshop on how to create a personal rule of life.

A Rule of Life is a tool rooted in the monastic tradition and it used take inventory of all aspects of our life, to create intentional goals, and to measure our progress toward our God-given callings, goals, and responsibilities.

The idea started by a monk named Benedict to help create order and stability for the monks in his monastery. He wasn’t the first to try such a thing, but he was the first to create a rule of life that was actually livable. So despite it being strict, it was helpful because it led to flourishing and growth for those in his monasteries. And there are still Benedictine monks to this day living by his rule for life.

If you feel like your life is overwhelmingly busy. Or if you are in a season of questioning and discerning your calling, especially as it relates to work. Or if you feel like you are doing things you don’t want to do and never getting to the things you actually want to do. Or if you feel like you have been in a spiritual rut and not growing, it can be helpful to press pause, take stock of where you are going and what you are doing in order to see if it is taking you where God wants you to go. Creating a personal rule of life is a helpful tool to do that.

It is just a tool, and it certainly isn’t the only thing you can do. You can go for a walk, call a friend, pray, lift weights, take a deep breath, journal. But some of these things might be habits you want to regularly incorporate into your daily schedule and rhythms. A rule of life will help you find a place for them in your already packed schedule… 🙂

That’s the gist.

We’ll spend a bit of time talking about what a rule of life is and how to put one together for yourself.

I should note I learned about all of this from a good friend and mentor named Steve Macchia who wrote the book on creating a personal rule of life. I’ll be using it to structure our time together. Feel free to buy a copy for yourself if you want to go deeper. It is very well done!

I hope you will consider coming next Tuesday, July 31st. Bring a journal or notepad.

If you have questions or want to let me know you are coming, email me. Thanks!

– Scott

Sunday Music – July 29, 2018

Playlist:

Songs of Praise:

Come Thou Fount
King of My Heart
Jesus I Come

Response:

My Shepherd Will Supply My Need

Offertory:

Communion Song

Sanctus:

Revelation Song

Eucharist:

Draw me Nearer, Nearer
Prince of Peace

First and Foremost

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July 22, 2018 – Isaiah Brooms

1 Peter 4.7-11 : Psalm 90.12-17 : Matthew 5.13-16

Listen to the songs here.

Listen to Liz’s sermon from the morning here.

A God-gift?

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July 22, 2018 – Liz Gray

1 Peter 4.7-11 : Psalm 90.12-17 : Matthew 5.13-16

Listen to the songs here.

Listen to Isaiah’s sermon from the evening here.

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