Incurable Learners - Ed Young Television Devotional - 8/24

Ed Young Television Devotional

Incurable Learners

"They continued steadily learning the teaching of the apostles, and joined the fellowship…" Acts 2:42

THINK
Life is a series of lessons, a constant journey of learning. At Fellowship Church, we believe that in order to get the most out of the life God has given us, we must all become incurable learners. That’s why we strive to teach people about the love of Christ in continually creative and innovative ways.

All of us are multisensory learners. No two people learn exactly the same way. So we do all we can to engage the senses and engage different ways of learning. No matter how you learn, Fellowship Church has a way to teach you. Each weekend you can expect the unexpected, and you can expect to discover the amazing lessons God has in store for you!

PRAY
Thank God for the fact that He has blessed Fellowship Church with such creativity and innovation. Pray for the leadership of our church as we all look ahead to reaching many people this Christmas with the most important lesson ever taught!

ACT
Begin (or continue) to invite people in your life who you know need the lesson of love found in Christ. 

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