March 17 Worship & Bulletin


Bumper Stickers are short sayings that we tend to put on our vehicles.  They attempt to proclaim a message for everyone to hear.  Unfortunately, when we attempt to create a short pity line we can actually communicate an unhelpful message.  This series looks at a number of saying/bumper stickers we see in our world.  We are attempting to examine the theology behind the saying and investigate about whether or not the saying is Biblical and/or teaches things that are counter to Biblical theology.

Today’s Theme:
WIGIAT is not a bumper sticker that you will probably see.  This is a word that Dr. Tony Everett (one of pastor’s seminary professors) used in a lot of his classes.  WIGIAT is ‘Where is God In All This?’  This wraps up the series on bumper stickers.  We end with this word, because I think that this is a tremendously helpful bumper sticker to keep before you.  In all things and with whatever happens, we should ask the question:  WIGIAT?

Questions To Ponder:
1— Do you frequently ask yourself where you see God in all things?
2—Where do you see God at work in our world today?
3—What questions do you have about this bumper sticker?
4—How has this series been helpful to you?

Prayer:  Lord God, you have called your servants to ventures of which we cannot see the endings, by paths as yet untrodden, through perils unknown.  Give us faith to go out with good courage, not knowing where we go, but only that your hand is leading us and your love supporting us.  Amen.