Worship - Connect - Serve

Micah MillerSeptember 17, 2023

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Passage: Mark 2:1-12

In 1998, Honduras built a bridge spanning across the Choluteca River. Six months after it was completed, Hurricane Mitch flooded the area and rerouted the Choluteca River so that it no longer flowed under the bridge. The bridge became known as, “The bridge to nowhere.” Have you noticed that it seems like the Church is in decline? Could it be that one of the reasons is because the river has moved, and we haven’t? Join us this Sunday as we discover how the Lord calls us to remove roadblocks and overcome obstacles so that people can encounter the living water found in Jesus Christ.

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