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This Sunday at Bethel
— 19th Sunday after Pentecost
Exodus 33, someone once said, contains the first recorded account of ministry burnout. Moses is fed up with leading the people of Israel and he asks God to take over. God promises to lead the people by making his own presence known to them.
There are times when we are burned out. We may be overwhelmed by the challenges of making a marriage work, of raising children, of balancing work and family, of enduring an illness or injury, of losing friends and loved ones.
We don’t have to do it alone. God continues to make his leading presence known whenever we gather around his word, whenever we remember Jesus, whenever we receive Jesus’ body and blood in the communion meal, and whenever we serve in his name.
The adult class “Faith Out Loud” continues this Sunday at 8:45.
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The Bethel Lutheran Food Pantry is open every Saturday from 9am - 11am. Part of the Greater Chicago Food Depository, we serve those in need in Rolling Meadows, Palatine and Arlington Heights. Click Bethel News for more detailed information on this community outreach program.
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