Super Ball

This Sunday at 5:40pm the Kansas City Chiefs compete against the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship. This is a critical event in their pursuit of a trip to the Super Bowl and the Lamar Hunt trophy.

Interestingly enough, the winner receives a trophy named after Lamar Hunt who owned the Chiefs until his passing in 2006. Furthermore, it has been said that the “Super Bowl” was named by Lamar Hunt after the professional football club owners were looking for something catchier than “A.F.L.-N.F.L. Championship Game.” Hunt remembered his daughter Sharon had a “Super Ball” that she had bounced over the roof of their Dallas house and so he suggested they call it the “Super Bowl.”

I bet he could not have imagined how big the Super Bowl would become.

There are times when we know we are a part of a critical event for our lives and there are also times we don’t realize how critical an event is in our lives.

This Sunday, Pastor Dave will share a sermon from John 3:31-36 entitled, “The Critical Event of our Lives.” This event is more important than any other event, including the Super Bowl.

The great news is that you don’t have to choose between learning about the “critical event” at church and watching the Chiefs this Sunday…and…the Chiefs could probably use your prayers :).

So, I hope to see you on Sunday at either 9 or 10:45am. If you are feeling under the weather or the roads prohibit you from driving, we are now live streaming the services and you can find them HERE. I suggest you subscribe to our page and then you will always be up to date.