Kalamazoo First Assembly of God
Off Script: "Incapable of Insignificance."
Screenwriters spend a long time perfecting a film script. But sometimes the most iconic lines from the silver screen aren’t from the scriptwriter, but from an actor creatively ad-libbing. These iconic moments in movie history were "off script." “Mr. Stark, I don’t feel so good.” - Avengers Infinity War "Here's Johnny" - The Shining “Here’s looking at you, kid” - Casablanca The Joker’s slow clap - The Dark Knight “I’m king of the world.” - Titanic "You're gonna need a bigger boat" - Jaws “Off script” is an apt way to describe what happens in life. Stuff happens that strays us from the script we intended. That’s just how most of life is. It’s "off script"; completely unexpected and unplanned. We're looking into the story of Ruth and it's everything but the script that they planned for. The book of Ruth is a story where we see the beautiful script of God’s love engaging our “off script” lives.
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    5550 Oakland Dr, Portage, MI 49024, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
A life free from pain is not promised by God.

We can remain confident that whatever happens, we always have a God-given mission and a part of big things that God is doing in the world.


God takes what makes you feel marginal and uses it to create something meaningful.

Our desire to see God’s plan must be dressed in discipline.

We move from insignificance to significance by believing God’s voice over all the others.

“I may be in the SAME place, but I have a NEW story.”


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ESV Scripture Journal: Ruth

ESV Scripture Journals pair the entirety of individual books of the Bible with lightly lined blank pages opposite each page of Bible text, allowing readers to take extended notes or record insights and prayers directly beside corresponding passages of Scripture.