09.29.20 Feed

09.29.20 Feed

Finding God

This past Sunday we talked about how we need to look for God’s active work in our lives and this coming Sunday we will be discussing how to hear when God speaks to us. These simple acts of seeing and hearing God are what it means to have a relationship with the God who created us for relationship with him. And it is an incredible opportunity which the Infinite One offers us to commune with him , one we hope you take full advantage of.

And not only does he offer it to each of us, but we can show others how the God we love wants to have a relationship with them as well. He is at work in their lives, even if they don’t see it, and he is trying to speak to them – because he loves them so much!

So we hope you find time and space this week to have a spiritual conversation with somebody about what you are hearing on Sundays or about any of the articles in this edition of The Ashworth Feed.


The passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and all the political drama of the moment hides a beautiful lesson we can all learn from her – the friendship of political opponents who valued one another as people, although seeing the world through very different perspectives. The world should know us by our love… so may we love even those who are very different than ourselves. Read More

Spiritual Growth

We’re in the wilderness. All our ideas of what work, school, and church should be have been thrown to the winds. We can relate to the Israelites, wandering in the desert, ripped from their regular routines and comfort, longing for what used to be. And I’m beginning to wonder if we’re more like them than we realize. Read More

How To: Spiritual Conversations

There’s no way around it. Sharing the good news of Jesus with people who will likely reject you is terrifying. Yet lately, some of my peers and I have noticed an interest among our friends in deeper conversations.
Read More


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We hope the message from each Sunday sticks with you beyond the Sunday morning worship service. Take a moment to consider the questions below, and even better, talk to somebody (who attends the church or doesn’t) about them.

  1. Why do you think it is so hard for people to see the work of God in life?
  2. Where have you see God at work in your life since this pandemic began?
  3. What action can you take this week to join where you see God moving in your life or around you?

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