“Go to your room and wait for me” was not something I wanted to hear growing up. It usually meant something bad was about to happen. It wasn’t so much the “go to your room” part that I feared, it was the “wait for me” part. I’ve spent many moments, in great anticipation,… waiting. Sometimes the #WaitingRoom brings bad news, disappointment, and even fear. Yet many times the waiting room also buzzes with great anticipation, hope… and even joy.
For the next few weeks leading up to our Christmas Eve service we will be taking a break from our #BetterTogether series in Ephesians to celebrate the journey to Christmas with a look a four life-giving words celebrated during the advent season. Come celebrate with us this week as we see how the word “HOPE” points us to the cross of Christ! #SPBCAdvent