Text: Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16
Most people don’t like to be homeless. Home is more than shelter, a place to sleep and eat. It’s also a place of belonging. Even when we live in a house, we work to build a home because it gives us a sense of purpose and identity. So what happens when we lose our homes? Many of our heroes in the Bible were wanderers and refugees. What can they tell us about living in our own homes and the feeling of homelessness?
Read the PDF: Seeking a Homeland – Living Where You’re At (August 7 2016)