Series Description: “Why doesn’t God make Himself seen, so that we all can believe? Why does faith have to be so secretive?” These were two questions given me before my sermon planning week this year. It prompted in me some of the ways in which God CAN be seen—not scientific proof with a divine DNA test, but in nature and in people and in circumstances. So that’s what this six-week series is about—how we see God in ordinary, even mundane things. How we crave a glimpse of God and how God gives them every day…if only we have the eyes to see.

Sermon Description: The Bible is a very “windy” book. Wind has its upside as in the gift of the Spirit on Pentecost…and its downside as in its destructive force outside the cave in which Elijah hid from Jezebel. We will explore how God might be revealed in ordinary wind.


Seeing God In The Ordinary