Where is home for you? Is it the place where you lay your head at night? Is it where you’re most relaxed? Maybe it’s when you’re with certain people? Is it somewhere you long for or a place you wish you could return to?
Moving, displacement and immigration are terms we use to describe people leaving a familiar place and trying to call a strange, new place “home.” Differences in food, schools, language, and relationships provide us with new, everyday life challenges as our environment changes.
People immigrating to new areas is nothing new to human history. It makes culture dynamic and the world around us ever changing. We are going to take 3 Sundays to explore what this means to our lives, the church, the gospel, and our growing global community.