Take Your Place: Fathers’ Day, 2016

We have two very special services planned for Father’s Day this Sunday. If there’s one thing fathers are known for (other than their dad jokes), it’s this: fathers want the best for their children. A father’s heart is to set up the next generation for success, to help them reach their potential, to make a way for them to be all they can be. Fatherhood creates a legacy.

“Set your mind now on sons—
don’t dote on father and grandfather.
You’ll set your sons up as princes
all over the earth.
I’ll make you famous for generations;
you’ll be the talk of the town
for a long, long time.”
Psalm 45:16 MSG

This Fathers’ Day, we want to explore the original Father: our Heavenly Father and how we relate to Him as sons and daughters. God wants to empower a generation and He wants you to take your place as part of that empowered generation: the princes in the land! He wants His sons to carry His heart and His kingdom the way only sons can!

TAKE YOUR PLACE with us this weekend; not only are you made in the image of, carrying the DNA of, the King of Kings, you can also live in relationship with the Good, Good Father. You are empowered with His authority to step up. You are appointed and esteemed in His Kingdom. You have permission to occupy His throne room. You are part of this; take your place.

We are looking forward to welcoming all the blokes in your world to church this Fathers’ Day, with a great atmosphere, gourmet pulled pork rolls, gifts, prizes and a word in season.

10am – Hobart Campus (8 Petchey St, Bellerive)
4pm – Derwent Valley Campus (19 Circle St, New Norfolk)

Get there early and shout your dad a coffee!

Ps Dave

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