1. to restart (a computer) by loading the operating system; boot again.
2. to produce a distinctly new version of (an established media franchise, as a film, TV show, video game, or comic book):
3. to make a change in (something) in order to establish a new beginning
It happens with our computers…and it can happen with our lives.
We come to a place where we need to chance to restart. On Sunday, January 8 we will begin a series of sermons based on Bible stories about people who have needed a restart in life…after loss, after illness, even after making big mistakes. Please join us as we read these stories about new beginnings and gain perspectives that might help us in our own lives when it’s time to “reboot.”