From Prophecy to Reality: Day 17
The Father's Son, The Beloved
A reflection on a brief visit with the Pope, an observation on his demeanor, and the one thing he beckoned me to do.
Every year, Willow Creek Community Church dedicates an entire weekend towards packing Christmas gifts for those incarcerated throughout Illinois. This year, that initiative has grown to include four more states sharing God's love to those who are often cast away and forgotten.
Let’s courageously ask God to do immeasurably more as we pursue the beauty, power, and potential of the local church.
A weekly update from Willow Creek.
Last weekend, Executive Pastor Heather Larson gave a vision for the next year at Willow Creek. "I’ve been asking God to do immeasurably more than what we could ask or imagine. I’ve been asking him to unleash His power in us and through us. I’ve been begging Him to do a work that only He can do across all generations of this church, and our strongest passion is about the beauty, power and potential of the local church!"
Each December, all eight Willow Creek locations join together in one goal: To bring hope by assembling Christmas gifts and delivering them to every incarcerated person in the state of Illinois.
Join the Promiseland construction team, which serves every Saturday, to build new rooms for our kids and students!
Worship with Bethel Music at Willow Creek on November 11/12 as we celebrate Baptism and Senior Pastor Bill Hybels brings a message.