Harbors of Hope
There’s always a lot going on in the world, but these days it seems like so much of what’s going on is affecting us personally and directly. With political and social division, a struggling economy, and a never-ending pandemic, who doesn’t sometimes feel like they can barely stay afloat in the raging storms and rising waters? How can we find hope in all the chaos? This week, as we consider the story of Noah and the flood (Genesis 6.9-8.22), we’ll see that we, like Noah, have harbors of hope in God’s precision, God’s power, and God’s faithfulness.