Worship:  Online Only -Sunday 11:00 AM

Saturday evening outdoor worship  at 5:00PM in the pavilion.

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Daily Devotional Day 39

Day 39.  Take Time to Be Holy

May 20, 2020

“We know that all things work together for good for those who love God.”

Romans 8:28

Read: Romans 8:26-30

There is a story about a man who heard from God to move a massive boulder. Day after day he pushed on the rock with absolutely no movement; he was tired, worn out, frustrated, and angry. He turned to God with his frustration and said, “God, you told me to move this rock and all I have experienced is pain and no good has come from this time.” God responded, “my child, look at your back, your legs, your arms; you are far stronger than you ever were before.” God does not cause bad things to happen to us; God does not cause the road we travel to be rough in spots and impassable in others. But God does give us the strength, the wisdom, and the hope to move through challenging times and by faith we are transformed as a result. Faith in Jesus Christ acknowledges that life is not always as we would like it to be but in the midst of life Jesus offers the gifts we need to overcome all that is before us.  This time of pandemic when there is loss, uncertainty and change in life as we once knew it, Jesus is journeying with us; our faith looks beyond what is seen to the reality of the never-ending love of God that continually offers hope for a new day and strength for the present. The promise of God is not a promise of a pain-free existence or the absence of loss or heartbreak. God’s promise simply stated by Jesus is, “I am with you always, even to the end of age.”  Maybe the “good” that comes out of hardship is the affirmation of the presence of God and the fulfillment of God’s promise to us.


Name 3 ways God has worked in your life during a tough time?

How has the witness of somebody else going through hardship offered you strength?

How are you taking time to be holy today?


Prayer: Jesus, I am worn out; I am tired. Offer me your strength, hope, and grace for the day ahead and may my faith in you offer the same to someone else. Amen



Fields United Methodist Church will be offering our Sunday service ONLINE ONLY at 11:00AM each Sunday. We will not be offering worship in the church during this time due to Coronavirus concerns.
If you wish to join us in person, please come Saturday evening at 5:00 pm where you can worship from your car, tuned in to 88.5 FM or bring a chair and sit in a socially distanced family section on the lawn as we have our Summer Outdoor worship in the pavilion.

Please join us on Sunday on our webpage:  www.fieldsumc.org (click livestream), FaceBook: www.facebook.com/fieldsunitedmethodistchurch, or Youtube:  www.youtube.com/user/fieldsumc/videos.

Fields is resuming normal office hours on June 1st, 2020 but please call prior to coming. All previous social distancing rules WILL apply. Masks should be worn when coming to the office.  Pastor Tom is always available if needed. Please don’t hesitate to call or email.
440-327-8753 or fieldsofficemanager@gmail.com

The ministry of Jesus Christ continues though Fields especially during this time. If you are able to give, here are a few options:

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Text:    440-319-3537

Mail:  Fields United Methodist Church

          34077 Lorain Rd.

          North Ridgeville, Ohio  44039


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