Jesus prayed at least one thing for all believers ever… unity.

“I don’t know” is the answer to more questions than we prefer.

How do we live well in times with so much ambiguity?

We are not the first people to live in between the end of one time and the beginning of another.  We look quickly at Acts 1 and see at least 3 things Jesus’ first followers did in the “in-between” times.

And some other Life-bringers chip in with Bible stories and tips that help us all.

Get in the mix with us and share your best ways to live well with God in unclear times…

  • Post your favorite Scripture and very best ACTION to follow Jesus even when things aren’t clear.
  • Get curious… talk with your people (family, friends, neighbors) about how THEY navigate ambiguity.
  • Read Acts 1 with a friend and talk through the questions at canyonridge.org/dbs
  • Sit as a family at dinner and make a list of things you don’t know. Then make a list of all the things you DO know about each one.  Focus especially on what you know about God in each of your items.

Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • Randy Patton says:

    Henry Blackaby, in “Experiencing God,” writes one of my favorite lines: “Don’t just do something. Stand there!” He goes on to point out that God does not need us to think up things to do for Him. He already knows what He wants to accomplish through us. Blackaby says that a time for action will come, but that in the meantime we should be leaning in to deepen our relationship with God.
    At Psalm 37:7a we are told: “Be still in the presence of the Lord, and wait patiently for him to act.” In the between times, I want to take time to grow my relationship with Him and the time of waiting is never wasted. Then, when the time to join Jesus in an activity comes, I can be better attuned to what He wants to do through me.

  • Tammi Panos says:

    One of my favorite verses and such a good reminder in times like these is Psalm 46:10
    Be Still and Know that I am God.

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