The Great Attitude Of Gratitude

There’s something about gratitude that distinguishes people. Think about it: would you rather hang around with grumblers or grateful people? 

The gratitude of Paul and Silas certainly made them stand out from the crowd when they were in Philippi. Wrongly accused, beaten, and thrown in prison, but instead of bellyaching, they were praising God. Later on, when Paul wrote his letter to the Christians in Philippi, the theme of gratefulness permeates his letter. 

The distinguishing mark is actually in the title: The GReat ATTITUDE spells out GRATITUDE! 

Join us this Sunday as we launch a series of messages perfectly timed for this season of Thanksgiving where we’ll be learning how great the attitude of gratitude truly is! We would love to have you join us in person, but you can also check out the messages at 10:30 each Sunday morning on Facebook and YouTube. 

If you’ve missed any of the messages in this series, check them out here:

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