There are many reasons people go for a walk. It may be for exercise. It may be for your dog's exercise. It may be to enjoy nature or your neighborhood. It may be just to get out of the house for a bit.
I invite you to go for a walk. It's going to be a long walk, so be prepared. We're going to go "Walking With Jesus" for the next year or so as we study the Gospel of Luke. I can't promise it to be a comfy stroll either. He's going to lead us into some strange places. Like the wilderness to be tempted. Like a Pharisee's house where a prostitute washes His feet with her tears. Like a high mountaintop. Like the underworld. We'll even walk through the Temple of Doom!
BTW-Jesus will be doing most of the talking as we walk. He has a lot to say and we really need to hear it. It's not that many of us haven't heard His words before either. But what have we done with those words? Jesus says, "Why do you call me, 'Lord, Lord' and do not do what I say?" Like I said, I can't promise a comfy stroll here. We'll have to let Him decide where we're going and what the pace will be. Our job is to simply keep walking. His job is to get us to our destination. Our job is faith. His job is everything else.
Dave became the Senior Pastor in April 2015 at TCC after serving as the Director of Children's and Praise Ministries for 9 years. He graduated in 2011 from A.W. Tozer Seminary with a Masters in Christian Leadership. He and his wife, Katie, live in Sequim with their 6 children, 2 dogs, 15 chickens, and 50,000 honeybees.
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