Choose the Future
The future has never felt more uncertain and so much seems outside of our control. Think about this - there are things that are part of your life right now because of decisions you made in the past that had nothing to do with your circumstances. So much about your future is going to be decided by the choices you make now, not your circumstances.
Do you want to give a gift to your future self? Join us for our new Choose the Future teaching series where you'll learn practical steps you can take today to position yourself for an abundant future.
Sundays at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM
While this season has brought so many limitations, there are some choices we still get to make. On September 13, Pastor Ben challenged everyone in our church to make five commitments for the next four months that will help us grow in our faith and prepare us for an abundant future.
My Life with Jesus. Keep investing in your relationship with Jesus. Spend time in Scripture and prayer daily. For ideas about these and other practices, refer back to our Practicing the Way series.
My Home. Care for the people in your home. This might be your roommates, your spouse, or your children. If you live alone, make sure you are getting time to care for a few close friends and that they’re doing the same for you.
My Small Group. This is the most important weekly commitment you can make for your spiritual, mental, emotional, and relational health. We have 50 groups for you to choose from this fall. Make sure you sign up and show up each week. Just tell yourself you’re in and put it on your calendar.
My Church. At Epic, everyone plays a part. Make a commitment to play your part in our larger Epic community. Pray daily for our church. You can also join us at 8:00 AM on Wednesdays for a corporate prayer time. Be part of the team that is making around 1,000 care calls and texts to everyone in our community once a month. Join a serving team. Give to the mission of Epic Church. Raise your hand when you have a spiritual, physical, mental, or emotional need. We are here to care for you.
My Neighbors. In a challenging season, it is easy to become self-absorbed. Let’s reject that idea and care for our neighbors. You can do this by getting to know your actual neighbors and see what needs they have. You can also serve our San Francisco neighbors by serving with our local partners like Bessie Carmichael Food Pantry, Adopt a Building, Mobilize Love.
If you missed it, you can watch the full message from September 13 below.
Pastor Ben would like to communicate with you during the week via email.