The advancement of cell phone technology makes finding our way in the dark much easier. In days gone by, I used a paper map. In the dark, we were forced to use the dome light to read the map, hoping we knew where we were on the map and hoping we could read the street signs for our next turn. Sometimes we succeeded; sometimes it was an adventure! Now, however, I enter the address in Google Maps, listen to the voice, and glance at the screen to tell with certainty which road I should turn down. Even with that, I sometimes make mistakes, but (usually) the same program helps me correct my error. Such directions make traveling so much easier. Wouldn’t life be easier if we had similar technology for finding directions for life? It may not be smart-phone technology, but we do have the directions! Join us Sunday as we see what they are!