Moments In Time
Updated: Nov 10, 2018
I remember a time when we went to the library and opened a wooden drawer filled with musky lined cards. Those rectangle pieces of paper contained secret codes for explorers to be able to find real books on actual shelves.
I remember when we would drop off film at the drugstore and wait a week to get it developed only to find a dozen or so pictures of blurry and random stuff.
I remember when my family got our first microwave and our first computer.
And now all my books are on a device that fits in the palm of my hand. When I don’t know the answer to something, I pull an omniscient smart thing from my pocket, say, “Ok Google,” and have the answer at the speed of light. I take pictures and can share them with the world in a matter of seconds. My wife has an instant pot. The laptop on which I’m typing has more memory than the computer that put the first astronauts on the moon.
This Sunday, October 21st, at 10am, we’re starting a new sermon series called, “Moments in Time.” Over the next three weeks, we will be discussing the past, present, and future of Unity UMC. I’m especially honored that on this first week, we will be joined by some special guests from the past.
In addition, I would like to invite you to find that dusty old box of photos you keep in your house and bring in a couple photos, Moments in Time, that are special to you and your family. We will hang the photos in the worship center for the three weeks of this series.
In a world that constantly changes, we’re reminded that:
Jesus doesn’t change—yesterday, today, tomorrow, he’s always totally himself. - Hebrews 13:8