The Esther story begins with an introduction of King Ahasuerus and the Persian Kingdom seated in Susa, and his Queen Vashti. This king believes in his own greatness; so much so, that without much thought he banishes his queen for failure to parade herself in front of his drunk friends at his party. However, this king is nothing more than a pawn in the greater story of God, history, and redemption. What we will see is that all kingdoms believe in their own greatness, yet they are in place because of God's sovereignty and are nothing more than blips on the radar in God's eternal purpose. For us, the issue is clear---our lives will only make sense when the rightful King rules in our lives.
Sundays @ 10:00am
Genesis Kids provides programming for children from birth through fifth grade. Casual dress is the norm.