June 27 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
- Within Shouting Distance, Have you ever used the expression “within shouting distance”? It’s an idiom that means “fairly close” or “near,” as in, “I live within shouting distance of my parents.” We take that to mean that they live just down the street from you or only a few blocks away or nearby. While we might not always mean the phrase literally, the idea is that if you went outside and shouted for them, your parents would be able to hear you. In today’s Psalm reading, the psalmist is crying to the Lord and hoping that the Lord will hear him. So we begin this material by looking into how far the human voice can travel. It is then a natural step to ask whether the human voice can reach the heavens and be heard by God.
- Psalm 130
- Younger Children’s Bulletin (3+ years)
- Older Children’s Bulletin (7+ years)
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- Make sure that your internet isn’t being used for something else.
- Remember, if someone is watching Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or another streaming video service, that is taking up your Internet bandwidth. Ditto if anyone in the household is streaming music from Spotify, YouTube, or a similar service.
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