Chestnut Ridge Church
Stuck - Part 4
There will come a time where each of us will experience what it's like to be "stuck" spiritually. Maybe we don't feel as close to God as we used to, or maybe we feel we aren't growing in our faith. What if we could get a jump start?...a bit of help to get moving again? The Stuck series will explore five of the main catalystsGod uses to grow our faith,no matter the season in which we find ourselves.
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  • Chestnut Ridge Church [CRC]
    2223 Cheat Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508, USA
    Sunday 8:00 AM
  • Chestnut Ridge Church
    Sunday 5:55 PM


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Grateful, Fierce, This I Believe, Holy Spirit TODAY—Are you giving church another try? Do you find yourself wondering about faith, God, forgiveness, Jesus or the Bible? Your curiosity deserves a conversation in a place where opinions and beliefs are valued, and no question is off limits. Starting Point could be the next step on your journey. Learn more at today’s 15-minute orientation in the conference room. There’s more at TODAY at 12:15pm—If you’re a college student, the best way to get connected this semester is through a small group. For a chance to meet other college-aged students—and have a free lunch—check out College Link.There’s more information at Your prayers and support are appreciated for the missions team heading to Honduras this week. Stop by the lobby kiosk today to see how $10 can provide a school uniform to a Honduran child, how you can donate a few school supplies or get info about the next trip in July. Celebrate Recovery meets weekly, is open to the public, and has childcare available. CR is a place to walk through the struggles and share the victories of your hurts, habits, or hang-ups. For more information, visit Save the date—February 4, following the 9am and 11am service. Come to church hungry!Fill your belly, and help Wired students raise money for summer camp at the Biscuits & Gravy Fundraiser! It’s just $5, no reservations are needed, and take-out meals are available. Tuesdays, beginning February 6—Losing someone hurts, but you don’t have to go through the process alone. Join a group of caring people who understand what you are going through and will help you recover from your loss, as you look toward rebuilding your life. Find more info, and register at Wednesdays, beginning February 7—Divorce and separation are among life’s most difficult and painful experiences. Divorce Care provides healing and support in a group setting for people who are going through separation or divorce. Visit for more info and to register.

Stuck - Part 4 [January 28, 2018] Tim Haring

Problem: We don't realize how God uses our circumstances to grow us up spiritually

Solution: Nothing's wasted


Week 1 in this series: Practical teaching
Week 2 in this series: Providential relationships
Week 3 in this series: Private disciplines
This week: Pivotal circumstances
“Life is full of surprises—some good, some not so good. Each unexpected event that comes our way is actually a divine opportunity to know God more. When we are able to find God in the midst of life’s pivotal circumstances, our faith is strengthened.”
– Andy Stanley
Consider what God may be doing in you through what’s
happening to you
The word for “destroy” appears [elsewhere in the Bible in] …Psalm 80:13 about wild boars that destroy or “ravage” a vineyard. Saul’s zeal was so great against Christians that it was as if he were wildly raging against them.[1]
– Toussaint, S. D.

[1] Toussaint, S. D. (1985). Acts. In J. F. Walvoord & R. B. Zuck (Eds.), The Bible Knowledge Commentary: An Exposition of the Scriptures (Vol. 2, p. 372). Wheaton, IL: Victor Books.
Consider what God may be doing in you through what’s
happening to you

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