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Living Stones Church invites you to experience freedom from anxiety and fear
through the unconditional love of God; open yourself up to be loved!

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GREETINGS FROM PASTOR PAUL

WELCOME

We desire to help you walk in freedom in every area of your life. Free from the negative effects of future uncertainties, economic pressures, relational tensions, anxiety, worry, fear, and the like. Jesus’ story bears compelling witness to the fact the He has a purpose filled life for each one of us to live out fully and freely.

At Living Stones Church we provide many opportunities for you to discover the truth and learn practical skills that will help you to move towards a life of real and lasting freedom. Take the first step, reach out, and let us journey with you.

“Living Stones Church gives me a sense of belonging. Family. Safety. Honesty. Pastor Paul is a remarkable teacher. This church has been my rock through life’s hardest times. My long, challenging divorce, the loss of my son, so many things. But I feel like I am covered when I am in LSC. And I know I am loved and welcomed and prayed for.

I look forward to coming every Sunday.”

D.K.

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What are the things that deeply trouble us as human beings? The things in life that we cannot control, reversals in relationships, difficult financial situations, poor health, uncertainty, and ultimately death are all great causes for distress and anxiety. We wonder what our earthly future will hold for us. Will we experience good or will evil come our way? Jesus now explains to His disciples that He is about to leave them, and they cannot follow Him. Jesus has warned Peter that he would deny Him, and all the rest would abandon Him. They have given up everything to follow Jesus and have lived in anticipation of God’s kingdom being realized, as an earthly kingdom. This message of Jesus’ departure is shocking and troubling. They are struggling to grasp what Jesus is saying to them. Denial is often our response to unpleasant realities.

Jesus now speaks words of reassurance in their crisis, which was necessary to move their lives forward. This was not just an answer to those handful of followers over two thousand years ago, but Jesus is also addressing the ultimate challenges that we all face, the issues of future uncertainties, and death itself. How can we find the right response to life’s most troubling events? How can we overcome the most dire, intimidating, and overwhelming experiences in our lives? Here in John 14, we will discover the hope and comfort that we find in having a relationship with God. 

To read Pastor Pauls blog post, How to Overcome Intimidating and Overwhelming Situations, click here:https://buff.ly/4fg10Lq 

#DrPaulVallee #GodIsBigger #DoNotFear #SeekBeforeYouFreak #TrustGod #AnchorInTheStorm #HopeLivesHere #DiscoverPeace #BeLoved #LSCGroupHug

What are the things that deeply trouble us as human beings? The things in life that we cannot control, reversals in relationships, difficult financial situations, poor health, uncertainty, and ultimately death are all great causes for distress and anxiety. We wonder what our earthly future will hold for us. Will we experience good or will evil come our way? Jesus now explains to His disciples that He is about to leave them, and they cannot follow Him. Jesus has warned Peter that he would deny Him, and all the rest would abandon Him. They have given up everything to follow Jesus and have lived in anticipation of God’s kingdom being realized, as an earthly kingdom. This message of Jesus’ departure is shocking and troubling. They are struggling to grasp what Jesus is saying to them. Denial is often our response to unpleasant realities.

Jesus now speaks words of reassurance in their crisis, which was necessary to move their lives forward. This was not just an answer to those handful of followers over two thousand years ago, but Jesus is also addressing the ultimate challenges that we all face, the issues of future uncertainties, and death itself. How can we find the right response to life’s most troubling events? How can we overcome the most dire, intimidating, and overwhelming experiences in our lives? Here in John 14, we will discover the hope and comfort that we find in having a relationship with God.

To read Pastor Paul's blog post, "How to Overcome Intimidating and Overwhelming Situations," click here:https://buff.ly/4fg10Lq

#DrPaulVallee #GodIsBigger #DoNotFear #SeekBeforeYouFreak #TrustGod #AnchorInTheStorm #HopeLivesHere #DiscoverPeace #BeLoved #LSCGroupHug
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