In January, 2008, Breathe hosted its first “worship” experience at The Anchor. We met once, and due to some unfortunate location issues, we didn’t meet again until March.
In March, 2008, Breathe hosted its second “worship” experience at Imbiss Grill. We met once, and due to some unfortunate logistical issues, we didn’t meet again until June.
In June, 2008, Breathe hosted its third “worship” experience at Club Sensations. We met four (five?) times, and due to incessant second-guessing and unfortunate budget issues we didn’t meet again until February, 2009.
I look back over our history and part of me is discouraged. It seems that the history of Breathe is defined by “failure.” We couldn’t keep anything going for any significant amount of time at all. It’s humbling, but it’s also a little embarassing. On one hand.
On the other, it’s exhilarating. We’re experimenting. Trying things. Falling on our face. Then, picking ourselves up, dusting ourselves off and looking to our Father, we’re taking our next steps. It’s a little cliche, but every time we fall and every time we get back up, we learn a little more. We uncover God’s will for our little group a little more. And, most importantly, we renew our passion to move.
The next step we’re taking is “30 minutes.” It’s not fancy. It’s not entertaining. It’s not edgy. It’s not “relevant.”
It’s simply 30 minutes of worship.
It’s easy to look at our group and be skeptical of us. Honestly, I’m a little skeptical. But I hope that you can lay your skepticism aside and join us Sunday night. It’s the start of something. Again.
6:30 – 7:00 p.m. (You will be out the door at 7:01.)
9003 E. Harry #108
Questions? Email me.
I sincerely hope to see you there.