Our question this month is, “Where am I going?” Last week we looked at the ultimate question – where are we going at death? This week, we shift our focus to look at our journey through our years and seasons. Sister Joan Chittister writes that “life is made up of the turning of the years.”
Come back with me. It is July 8, 1741. You are sitting in a pew at First Church of Christ in Enfield, Connecticut. You are a British subject, as America’s independence is 35 years in the future. The colonies are in the grip of what we now call the First Great Awakening, when a rush
Surely one of the perennial questions we all ask – where am I going after death? How you approach this question reflects your beliefs about God and who you are right here and now. Let’s explore how this ultimate question, even if you don’t know the answer, sheds light on your present spiritual journey.
Does freedom look the same today as it did at the time of our nation’s independence? What are the elements of true freedom for you? Let’s explore what a new paradigm of freedom might look like, for our new, emerging world.