In addition to scrubbing all the hard-to-reach spots in their home, many people also choose to get rid of the extra clutter that has built up that year.
Liz and I decided it was time to do just that and reclaim our garage a couple weeks ago. We were tired of looking at the clutter and pile of stuff we planned to donate that had banished her van to the driveway.
A recent garage sale weekend was the perfect excuse to reorganize, donating a bunch of clothes our kids had outgrown and other gear we were no longer using. You should have seen the smile on Liz’s face when her minivan rolled back into the garage for the first time in months!
New Sermon Series
Extra clutter is not just something you deal with in a garage (or that seems to multiply in a child’s room). The Bible also shares that our lives can get cluttered and weighed down by many unimportant (or unhelpful) distractions.
It’s why we will kick off a new series this Sunday that focuses on some helpful ways you can “Declutter.”
Hebrews 12:1-2 says: “…let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of our faith.“
It feels good to simplify, get rid of unnecessary clutter and stop being pulled in too many directions. That’s true in your home… in your work… in your relationships… and in your spiritual life!
Join us this weekend and bring a friend. I’m praying this Sunday’s message will make a difference for both of you!
Feed My Starving Children
Our church and community will work together on April 8-9 to pack 350,000 meals at Verrado High School. It’s a fun and memorable way to make a real difference.
Click on the links below to get involved.
It will take around 1,750 volunteers and $77,000 to pack 350,000 meals, so help us spread the word to others you know in the West Valley. If you have any questions, feel free to contact email@example.com.