Surf’s up! VBS 2016 is coming, and Cokesbury’s got you covered. Surf Shack VBS has everything you need to keep your Surfers in the pocket so they’ll hit the impact zone with a deeper understanding of God’s awesome power!
Save the Date! Mt. Moriah is hosting a Men's Breakfast on Saturday, August 27, 2016, from 8:30-11AM in the Learning Center Fellowship Hall! We'll have food, prizes, and our guest speaker will be Pat Thatcher, Director of Southwest Ohio Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Hope to see you there!
Join us this week for The Switchboard: Mobile to Mobile based on Psalm 46:10a. God calls us to be still, to know him, to be in relationship with him. Relationships require communicating, but so often we struggle to communicate with God. For some, the struggle is not being able to sit still. For others, it feels like a waste of time, or that they never hear anything back. There are many ways to pray, to hear, and to be still, and what works well for one doesn’t always work well for someone else. It’s a process of trial and error. There are all sorts of things we, as individuals, can pray about, but the content is irrelevant if we’re not praying at all. Many have learned to pray with their head bowed and hands folded, but there are a variety of types of prayer, ways to pray, and postures for prayer. From centering prayer to body prayer, from prayer walking to stillness and silence, we’ll look at some ways you can make a mobile to mobile, one to one, call to God and enrich your prayer life in order that you might pray with confidence and without ceasing. Join us at 8:15, 9:30, or 11AM! -Chris
This week, we begin our new series The Switchboard! In 1876, the telephone was invented, allowing people to connect in a whole new way. No longer did communication require face-to-face communication, or waiting on the postal service, conversations could be had in real-time across long distances. For all of this to work, a switchboard was needed in order to connect the calls to one another. This was the first of many technological advances that have helped human beings become more connected with one another, even if we are a world apart. From our birth, we are hardwired to connect with others, we are relational beings. Our first and foremost relationship is with God, and while we cannot simply pick up the phone, send a tweet, or snapchat with Jesus, there is still an open line of communication between ourselves and our Creator, and it’s called prayer. Prayer can happen in many ways and many forms. This series is going to help us learn some different ways of praying, first through individual prayer, and then through how we, the Body of Christ, can be in prayer together.