Harrisonburg First Church of the Nazarene
Anatomy of a Storm: The Worry War
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  • Church of the Nazarene - Harrisonburg
    1871 Boyers Rd, Harrisonburg, VA 22801, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:30 AM
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    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:30 AM
This week at HFCN
So you've been attending our church for a while (or even just a few times) and you're wondering: what next? We have a way for you to connect even deeper with Next Steps! Find out how you can get more involved with Church of the Nazarene here: abeaconofhope.churchcenter.com

1. East Rock Vote- Per our church manual, a special called meeting (drive-in) will be held for church members on Sunday afternoon/evening, November 8 for the purpose of voting on signing a lease for our East Rock campus. Please drop by anytime from 1:30-2:00pm OR 4:00-6:30pm and cast your vote. All church members, age 15 and above, are encouraged to participate.

2. East Rock Events- Want to get involved with everything that's going on at our East Rock Campus? Find our more here: https://www.abeaconofhope.org/eastrock/

3. Operation Christmas Child- OCC has already begun, and it'll be a huge focus for our church this month! Last year, over 20,000 shoeboxes came through our church and this could not have been possible without the help of our dedicated volunteers! Need more info? Visit the Connect Tent OR click here: https://www.abeaconofhope.org/missions/

Check out our Church Center app to register for Events, stay connected to your Life Group, and manage your Giving. You can also use the app to take those Next Steps!

Fear, worry and anxiety are, not surprisingly, intense, as we continue to face the pandemic and The Storm we could call 2020.
We are told in our Bibles to be “anxious for nothing.”
It is possible to not be anxious.

In the end, anxiety/worry is that nagging, tormenting feeling that you cannot fully trust God.
"We worry in 2020 because perhaps we’ve never felt so out of control. But just because we’re out of control doesn’t mean God isn’t in control."
Pam Charette
There is hope TODAY that you can be free from worry/anxiety.
Exemption from care (worry/anxieties) goes along with humble submission (surrender) to God.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Living free from worry and anxiety requires acting on our trust in Jesus.
According to God’s Word, you can wage war on worry by doing these 4 things:
Other Scripture for study/reflection:

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