Question: South Carolina is the only state that has one of these. What is it?

Answer: A 20-stop mayonnaise tour!

Aren’t we all better for knowing this important fact? Do you want to go on this amazing tour?

The truth is, not all information is equally important or life changing. Sometimes it’s just interesting, or it’s really not worth much (like knowing about a 20-stop mayonnaise tour). But what if the information you received was about how your own story would end?

In today’s passage we meet a man who had been promised by God that he would see the Messiah before his death, and it changed the way he lived. If we have been promised that God is presently at work and will one day redeem all things, how does that affect how we live now? Does it change how we look at our problems, our longings, our hopes, or even the uncertainties we face? Pastor Jill brings a message today called “Living With the End in Mind.”

** Artwork by Joaquin Alfonseca, 10 years old