I'm in a pretty fun Small Group this week: Brian Chang, Alex Kirk, Rene Aguirre, and John Lin.
We're studying the story of Joshua in New Area Director Training this week. Yesterday, we looked at Joshua 5 and the story of Jericho.
This was a huge time of transition for God's people. They had spent a generation wandering in the wilderness, learning to depend on God. They followed the Ark of the Covenant around, were fed by God by the manna, and flourished.
On the bank of the Jordan River, they celebrated the Passover for the first time in 40 years, dedicated themselves to the Lord and ate food from the Promised Land. Then the manna stopped.
A huge question show up at this part of the story: what does following God look like now?
As the not so small group of Israelites cross the Jordan and move into the land of promise, this is the question that has to be answered: what does following God look like now? As my NADT Small Group moves into our new roles, this is the question that has to be answered: what does following God look like now? On the other side of every transitional jump, this question must be answered.
Are you on the edge of a transition? What does following God look like now?