I’m a bit worried.

There are so many unanswered questions that I have in regards to the future of our young church that I wish I had the answers to.

Who will stay connected to our church when we start meeting weekly? Will the financial resources that we are investing into our marketing pay off? Where will we meet on September 29, when our current venue is not going to be available? When will the financial provision come so that we can continue to do ministry beyond September 1? What is the one thing I need to do to ensure that our church launches in the strongest and healthiest way possible?

In summary, how is this all going to end up working out?

But as much as I’d like to dwell on these questions and know the answers, I understand that worrying about them is worthless.

Worrying doesn’t bring change.
Worrying doesn’t create results.
Worrying doesn’t solve problems.
Worrying doesn’t provide answers.

Worrying is worthless.

I can and should be at peace both now and always because:

Though I may have many unanswered questions, my life and our church is in the hands of the One who has all the answers.