In 1 Thessalonians 5:18, Paul tells us that as followers of Christ we should “give thanks in all circumstances.” So, while gratitude and thankfulness are always appropriate for Christians, the approaching Thanksgiving holiday gives us the perfect opportunity to explore the amazing power gratitude can have for our lives. Not only is it good for our physical health and our mental well-being, but gratitude is one of the best tools we have to add meaning and depth to our relationship with Jesus, too. Join us, either in-person or online, for the month of November as we take some time to be grateful for the many blessings of God.

With Grateful Hearts