As we study the New Testament, we see in both the words of Christ and the Apostle Paul just how highly they viewed love. We are not simply talking about the Hallmark-Valentine’s Day type of love, but a love that is far more sacrificial and beneficial. This Valentine’s Day give more than a box of chocolate or some flowers that will die before the week is over, come and join us for a special Valentine’s service that will leave a lasting impact on you, your community, and the world.
There is an old proverb that says: “When there is love in a marriage, there is harmony in the home; when there is harmony in the home, there is contentment in the community; when there is contentment in the community, there is prosperity in the nation; when there is prosperity in the nation, there is peace in the world.” Yes, the way you love is that important. So, married or single, young or old, we invite you to be a part of hearing what God is calling us to in the days ahead.