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ANGRY ALL THE TIME? FEELING OUT OF CONTROL?
Welcome to America, 2019. Survey after survey, campaign after campaign, crime after crime, the statistics don’t lie: we are a super-angry nation, consumed by a culture and media that encourages and promotes 24/7 rage. But as Christ Followers, this is NOT! how we’re to live – or react. Join Pastor Doug for the next three weeks for “THE RAGE CAGE: Controlling the Anger in Your Life,” a 3-part Sermon Series examining those in the Bible who had great difficulty with their tempers – and how we can overcome ours. See you at ‘The Family Place!’

Rage Cage #3:

Did you hear about The Louisville Courier Journal recently apologizing to a family whose obituary was refused due to their long-standing policy of not using an obituary to criticize others? Francis Irene Williams, 87, died in November and wanted the following in her obit: “She attended St. Matthews UMC and loved Bridge, dancing, horse racing, babies, flowers, animals, Elvis Presley and Willie Nelson…and couldn’t stand Donald Trump! Her passing was hastened by her continued frustration with the Trump Administration.” Really? She was so frustrated with the president that it led to her “premature death?” At 87? As President Trump would say, “Sad.”
We are surrounded by super-angry people who are making everyday issues literally a matter of life and death. And, it’s easy to get down in the mud with everyone else and become ‘bitter, angry, always ready to fight Christ-Followers’. (Doesn’t sound Christ-like, does it?)
But…what about us? In today’s conclusion to this Series, let’s talk about us: God’s People. (If we’re honest with ourselves, some of the following – if not all – certainly applies to us.)

Praise Kidz Worship in Student Center First Floor following Sunday School

‘Special Buds’ for Kids with Special Needs 2nd Floor Main Building