Join us for an inspirational service
Rev. Dr. David Clark’s Sermon: Reframing the “Good Life”
Living for one’s self with minimal concern for others is a popular option in our affluent society. Hedonism never provides the good life. Psychologists have described the dangers of “hedonic adaptation.” Shortly after you finally get the thing you desire, you stop desiring it and begin desiring something else. We might also call this Restless Heart Syndrome. Scripture shows the cure to Restless Heart Syndrome is to cultivate gratitude. Be thankful for what you already have. Train your mind with disciplines of gratitude.
Lay Reader: Connie Woolsey
Special Prelude beginning at 9:20 am: Sarah Lemmis, oboe
Flowers on the altar are given by Phyllis Hart and David Smyrl in celebration of their 8th wedding anniversary.
Flowers in the niche are given by Bob and Susie Laubacher in celebration of Holly’s 33rd Birthday.
Greeter: Silvia Barger