- Sunday: 9am & 11am
- Sunday: 9am & 11am
At any point in the series jump into the reading plan – download HERE.
We will be reading through the book of Psalms.
• Consider offering this prayer every morning. “Jesus, show me who I can share your love with in my work. I offer my work to you today.”
• Continue the Psalms Poetry Reading Plan to better reflect on and experience the love of God.
“Be still and know that I am God; and I will be exalted among the nations.” Ps 46 (NIV)
It’s hard to do at first. Your mind will wander and legs grow restless. Press through. “In solitude we not only encounter God, but also our true self.” Henri Nouwen, A Spirituality of Living
“A joyful heart is the health of the body.” Prov 17:22 (NIV)
Walk, dance, play, or something else. Even 10 minutes a few times a day can become a healthy practice that helps the mind, emotions and body. “One of the greatest dangers in the spiritual life is self-rejection.” Henri Nouwen, A Spirituality of Living
“Steep your life in God-reality, God-initiative, God-provisions. Don’t worry about missing out. You’ll find all your everyday human concerns will be met.” Matt 6:33 (MSG)
Let go of the devices for a set period every day. “Resting from technology…slows us down, makes space for us to examine our blind spots, and gives us greater capacity to be present to the moment right in front of us.” Rebekah Lyons, Rhythms of Renewal
“All the believers devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper), and to prayer.” Acts 2:42 (NLT)
Relationship to others is where we grow spiritually and develop emotionally. Check out occ.org/groups if you are needing to connect to others. “The antidote for spiritual shallowness isn’t about believing harder, it’s about going deeper.”
Rich Villoda, The Deeply Formed Life
“Keep the Sabbath day holy. Don’t pursue your own interests on that day, but enjoy the Sabbath and speak of it with delight as the LORD’s holy day." Isaiah 58:13 (NLT)
"Sabbath is not simply the pause that refreshes. It is the pause that transforms. Whereas Israelites are always tempted to acquisitiveness, Sabbath is an invitation to receptivity, an acknowledgment that what is needed is given and need not be seized.” Walter Brueggemann, Sabbath as Resistance
We pray this season becomes a space of learning new rhythms for wholeness and a flourishing life. We also know there are seasons of suffering. Please lean into any of OCC’s Care Groups and healing ministries that can come alongside of you right now. Learn More →
Learn More about Fuller Equip → // Recommended course Developing Godly Rhythms for Life
• CONNECT groups in-person & outdoors
• CARE groups online & in-person
• SERVE opportunities in PARISHES
Let’s Go is made up of three sessions designed to help you get connected to community life here at Overlake. Over the three session we’ll cover what it means to be a part of our church family, how to get connected to community, and opportunities to serve here at Overlake. Learn More →
There are many opportunities available at Overlake for you to serve: