The Meaning of Life

During our weekend services, August 1st – September 5th, we’ll explore Ecclesiastes and the ultimate meaning of life. We’ll discuss five key themes in the book which can shape how we live a life of meaning and purpose today.

What happens when we seek ultimate meaning outside of relationship with the Creator God? What happens when we’re desperate for the answers to life but can seem to find none? What happens when our souls get wearied from the constant pursuit of pleasure and possessions? These are enormous questions of life and meaning that Ecclesiastes grapples with in the timeless complexity and messiness of reality. Ultimately, the ancient philosopher recalibrates our hearts, minds, and lives to pursue ultimate meaning in the Ultimate God because God alone holds the key to the meaning of life.

August 1: “The Meaning of Life” (Ecclesiastes 12:1-14) explores the theme of meaning & purpose

August 8: “Chasing the Wind” (Ecclesiastes 1:1-18) explores the theme of the brevity of life

August 15: Summer Sunday at the Farm

August 22: “Back in the Box” (Ecclesiastes 2:1-11; 5:10-6:12) explores the theme of money & possessions

August 29: “Seasons of Life” (Ecclesiastes 3:1-22) explores the theme of the different seasons of our lives

September 6: “Pursuing Wisdom” (Ecclesiastes 7:1-29) explores the theme of wisdom

Here’s an Ecclesiastes Study Guide to take each passage and theme deeper in your life and relationships.

Join us for the next six weeks as we explore God’s ultimate design for the ultimate meaning of life.

4 Replies to “The Meaning of Life”

  1. Pastor Jonathan,

    I just want you yo know how very much I have been enjoying The Meaning of Life series. It has been inspiring, uplifting and so relevant. I enjoy hearing the Word and then going home to dig deeper. I appreciate your dedication and pray God bless you and your family exceedingly, abundantly above all you can ask or think!

    Vernell Kranz

    1. vernell… thanks for the encouragement. and thanks digging deep into God’s Word and allowing Him to dig deep in your soul. thanks for the prayers as well!

  2. I really like this sermon graphic. Our church will be doing a series on Ecclesiastes this summer. Would it be ok if I were to pay to use this image?


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