Summer is a’comin! Daydreaming here about all the good things: beach trips, barbecues, chatting with friends on the deck…. But oh the sadness of no more small groups until September….
We have a solution!
Once again our wonderful David Griffin has graciously agreed to lead a Summer Small Group – to which all are warmly invited!
Dates: July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, and Aug. 6, 13, 20, and 27 (all Wednesdays), at 7:30pm.
Venue: will start in the Treehouse at Little Falls – until we are in our new building (hoorah!)
Topic: Job and the Justice of God
David writes: The issue of God’s goodness and justice is one of the biggest intellectual/emotional stumbling blocks the church faces in our postmodern society. Rejecting any easy answer to the problem of suffering, the book of Job is of great pastoral service for those who are in pain. Along the way, we’ll look at both ancient and recent interpretations of Job, including modern literature and art that wrestles with the book (e.g., Kafka’s The Trial, the play J.B. by Archibald Macleish, etc.).
Interested? Sign up today!
Questions? Email Liz Gray or David Griffin for more details!