It's so tough to keep a secret when there's GOOD NEWS to be shared! Set a reminder to check out Let's Talk with Sanctuary's Episode 11 on February 3 as we will be announcing the dates and opening registration for the 2021 Let's Retreat!
Vulnerability is a common theme throughout the Bible. In fact, over and over throughout scriptures, we find some type of vulnerability as a prerequisite for healing. If you read through the Gospels you will notice how Jesus frequently asked people “What do you want me to do for you?” Why wouldn’t He just walk up to a man who was obviously blind and just heal him? He wanted the man to voice his need. Vulnerability with others is also in the Bible. There are 2 unnamed women in
Hope is calling. Hope is calling out to us, ringing among the myriad of blaring noises about us. It's almost like you hear its subtle ring but have to slowly click off or tune out all of the voices and alarms competing to drown it out. But Hope is still calling. Hope doesn't stop calling out just because there's shouting, screaming, chanting, or rioting. It just calls. It calls from the Cross. It calls from the empty tomb. It calls from an Upper Room. Hope calls from heaven.