Long Weekends and Church

Monday is the Fourth of July, and I know numerous people have a long weekend to enjoy. Three, four, and five-day weekends are the norm, and a few people will take the whole week for vacation. This Sunday will be one of the worst attendance days of the year. 

Don’t worry; this is not a post to make you feel guilty about this. Actually, I want to encourage you to keep God on your long weekend. 

This weekend would you still take time on Sunday to do four things.

  1. Read a Bible passage together
  2. Pray together
  3. Share communion
  4. Talk about what & who you miss when you are away from Church

Our Church will have the sermon video online by 6 pm on Sunday; I am sure thousands of others will also. Of course, it would be nice for you to listen to or watch a sermon to keep you connected, but if not, I am okay with that. 

I totally understand taking advantage of a long weekend. My only encouragement is to keep Jesus in your Sunday by setting aside a time for some family worship. It will keep you connected to your faith, and you might grow closer as a family simultaneously. 

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