To Be Seen
February 22, 2021
As world continues to change by becoming more post-Christian and adapting to a post-pandemic world, the church finds itself in a period where change is the new normal. For this season, we are looking at the book of Acts to remind ourselves how the early church followed God as God led the church into the future that was unfolding before them.
In Acts 3:1-10, Peter and John come upon a beggar as they are entering the temple to worship. In seeing the man—not just his situation, but his humanity—Peter and John find compassion to offer him healing. How can we be the kind of people who see the humanity of others? And what if our ability to see others is directly connected to our willingness to be seen ourselves? This week, we will explore these questions in our sermon.