Scripture: Luke 4:16-20
Sermon: “Broken Chains: Aiding Freedom’s Journey”
Pastor: Pastor Janice Serafica
Guest Speaker: Bailey Callahan
Musicians: Amie and Michael Callahan Family, Praise Band, Chancel Choir
If you are unable to attend, watch live at 10:00 AM at this link: Worship Service– or watch a recording of service after 11:30 AM at same link. Service will be broadcast on FM 100.5 in parking lot.
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Love triangle in relationship has been around for centuries. From Cleopatra-Julius Caesar-Mark Anthony story to the daily teenage intricate relationship of three people bound together, each having their own emotions and desires. It is bound to cause extreme distress, heartaches, and brokenness due to its complex demands and complicated interests.
But, come to think of it, a triangle is structurally the strongest shape. It represents geometric sturdiness and stability. It has the most load-bearing capability. Each side supports the other two, creating a resilient structure that can bear weight remarkably well.
When forces are applied to a triangular structure, they are evenly distributed across its sides and angles. (asceville.org). The triangle holds its shape and has a base which is strong. And so, we find triangular structures in building supports and trusses. The overall shape of many bridges is in the shape of catenary (triangular) curve (buffaloarchitecture.org 2015).
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Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. However, if feelings of anxiety interfere with daily activities, then it is time to seek professional help.
Common anxiety signs and symptoms include:
- Feeling nervous, restless or tense
- Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom
- Having an increased heart rat
- Breathing rapidly
- Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present worry
- Having trouble sleeping
- Having difficulty controlling worry
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