10 Sunday Best Sweatpants
Updated on: June 2023
Sunday Best Sweatpants in 2023
Hanes EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant with Pocket CHARCOAL HEATHER X LARGE
LUWELL PRO Men's Sweatpants with Zipper Pockets Open Bottom Athletic Pants for Jogging, Workout, Gym, Running, Training(0727 Black,L)
- MESH MATERIAL & PERFORMANCE：The LUWELL PRO active jersey pants is made with 100% Polyester lightweight fabric and designed to keep you comfortable for workouts and practice.Quick-Dry moisture transport system that helps release moisture away from your skin keep you cool and comfort
- POCKETS:Deep side pockets for storage prevent losing the valves of you when running.
- REFLECTIVE MARK:Reflective cloth in the side can keep you more safety at night.
- ELASTIC WAISTBAND:Featured elastic and adjustable waistband can perfect suit your waist, which makes you can do the exercises without sorrow and anxiety.
- OCCASION:Perfect for outdoor activities,baskeball training,football training,tennis,morning and night jogging,cycling,climbing, and etc. Drawcord adjustable on elastic waist also can be used in casual.
Champion Women's Jersey Pant, Granite Heather, XX-Large
- Lightweight athletic pant in cotton jersey fabric featuring tag-free elastic waistband
- Adjustable drawcord
- Inseam: 31.5"
Hanes Men's Jogger Sweatpant with Pockets, Light Steel, Large
- Midweight, 50 percentage cotton 50 percentage polyester fleece provides warmth without the weight
- Made with up to 5 percentage polyester from recycled plastic bottles
- 2.75" cuffs at bottom leg opening
- Waistband with adjustable outside drawcord
- Handy side pockets and back pocket
NAGRI Kanye CPFM.XYZ Men's Joggers Pants Yoga Lounge Sweatpants Letter Printed Pockets Retro Hiking Running Trousers Grey
- MATERIAL--- 90% Cotton & 10% Polyester,Machine Wash
- Comfort stretch fabric,easy movement and non-restrictive comfort.
- Retro-inspired letter print jogger sweatpant featuring elastic waistband and tapered leg with cinched cuffs.
- Side pockets---Big side pockets for convenience
- APPLY TO---Good choice for Spring,Summer and Autumn and outdoor sports.Ideal for outdoor exercises,hiking,camping,cycling,fishing,climbing,traveling,running,walking etc
Hanes Men's EcoSmart Fleece Sweatpant, Navy, L
- Sweatpants in contrast hues featuring elastic waistband and internal drawstring
- Elastic cuffs
- Constructed with low-pill high-stitch fleece in 7.8-ounce medium weight
- All the comfort of Hanes with our famous tag-free label
BALEAF Men's Tapered Athletic Running Pants Sports Joggers Lounge Workout Sweatpants with Pockets Dark Gray Size S
- Soft and breathable fabric wicks sweat and dries fast,also a perfect choice for lounging at home
- Slim fit design with tapered leg provides athletic look during running,workout and training etc.
- Adjustable waistband with drawcords for a better fit
- Side pockets deep enough for holding 5.5" mobile phone and a back pocket for your cards and keys
- Machine Wash or hand wash (better wash inside out)
Hanes womens ComfortSoft EcoSmart Women's Petite Open Bottom Leg Sweatpants Light Steel XX-Large Petite
- Open-bottom sweatpant featuring broad knit waistband
- No pockets. Low pill fabric
- 31" inseam
- Available in petite and regular lengths
Southpole Men's Active Basic Jogger Fleece Pants, Black, Large
- SP active is an active sports line of Southpole
- Adjustable waist cord for comfort
- Ribbed ankle
- Big and Tall Available
U.S. Polo Assn. Essentials Womens Printed French Terry Boyfriend Jogger Sweatpants Dark Charcoal Heather Small
- SLOUCHY BOYFRIEND FIT: The soft french terry material, mid rise, and relaxed fit of these sweatpants makes them ideal for sleeping, lounging around the house, or even exercising. Soft and warm, these womens pajamas pants in Dark Charcoal Heather with Light Pink Print will quickly become a favorite in your loungewear wardrobe.
- SUPREME COMFORT: An elasticized waistband with tied drawstring and elasticized cuffs makes these sweatpants for women joggers a dream to wear. The elastic waist ensures that your pants will remain securely on your hips, while the drawstring closure lets you adjust the waistband according to your preference. The gathered elastic at the ankles prevents your pants from dragging on the floor or riding up while working out.
- SIGNATURE BRANDING: The U.S. Polo Assn. brand name and the signature horse and rider logo is printed down the length of the left leg on these pajamas for women to add a touch of athletic style and flair. ALL SIZES AVAILABLE: Small, Medium, Large, XL, 1X, 2X 3X RUNS SMALL - Please order a size up.
- FLATTERING FOR ANY SIZE: Designed to flatter women of any shape and size, the cute comfy shape of the womens sweatpants and girly details will make any woman look her best. Wear the drawstring undone for a relaxed fit or cinch it closed for a more fitted look on this womens pjs set.
- CUTE AND FASHIONABLE: The slouchy fit and stylish color of this pajama sweatpants for women makes you feel stylish even when you're in your lounge clothes. ADDITIONAL DETAILS - Imported, Hand wash; hang dry only on these womens joggers
Colorless Sunday Services - Confessions of a Wandering Jew
This is a personal and controversial story that chronicles my wandering and "wondering" on my way out and back into Judaism. Chap 70-Our first church visit in Zimbabwe. Get the whole story at: http://ConfessionsofaWanderingJew.blogspot.com.
One of the many changes during our five year absence was our conviction that the local church was central to our spiritual growth. We had to find a "home" church before leaving for Africa. And although we came to Africa to start churches, we hoped to find a Zimbabwe congregation which could serve as a home base. Since we expected to be actively involved in evangelism and teaching ministry day-in and day-out, we hoped to find a Zimbabwe church home where we could receive ministry and be refreshed.
I wasn't looking for a pastor to be my spiritual mentor. Rather, I hoped to find someone to be my spiritual peer--a comrade-in-arms. I considered ministry itself to be a form of warfare--spiritual warfare. At this time in my life I was very conscious of what I believed to be a grand cosmic war between the forces of good (God/angels) and evil (Satan/demons).
Yes, I really did believe that there was a devil who was fighting against God. Satan was an unfortunate preoccupation for those in the Charismatic movement who tended to live in a dualistic universe. Illness and bad fortune were typically ascribed to the Devil. Healing and good fortune were ascribed to God. Pegi and I were disturbed by this preoccupation with Satan and demons in many of the charismatic Christians we met. Yet, as I read through my journal entries from this period, I am shocked to see just how preoccupied I had become with Satan. I will spare you, the reader, and translate most of this into saner discourse!
Before leaving Louisville, we had subscribed to the Zimbabwe Herald newspaper. We regularly examined the religious section trying to familiarize ourselves with the local churches in Harare. It was there that we had first seen the mention of Rhema Church. Hear the Word" and recently "Celebration Church"]. Since we were familiar with the "Word of Faith" movement in the States and had been attracted to the music of American churches associated with it, we decided to check out Rhema first.
Rhema's Sunday services were held in a rented auditorium and every one of the 600 seats was quickly filled that morning. For the 15 minutes before the official start of the service, a pop-rock worship group consisting of piano, guitar, bass, and drums played quietly in the background. The service itself began with rousing praise and worship for about 20 minutes. It was followed by a sermon given in a conversational tone by the American missionary pastor, Tom Deuschle. I later learned that his wife, Bonnie, had been leading the praise and worship from the piano. They sang an assortment of choruses, some of which we knew from our time in the States and others which had been imported from Rhema-South Africa.
We were very impressed with the music. Music always had a strong influence on me. Although there was nothing "wrong" with pastor's message, something disturbed me. After the service, we introduced ourselves to him. Tom was about five years younger than my 34 years. When he heard we were staying at the Jameson Hotel, he immediately offered to find us a place to stay with someone in his congregation. We appreciated the offer of hospitality, especially since we couldn't rent a home until we had worked out our visa issues.
That evening we visited the Christian Life Centre recommended by our hitch-hiking friend, John, from the previous day. This church also had several hundred people in attendance which was impressive for a Sunday evening service. They had a co-pastoring arrangement which we found interesting. One of the two pastors was an American, but neither seemed to care that we had come to visit. Maybe it was the nighttime venue, but the musical worship here seemed darker and less lively than Rhema's. Once again, the message was fine, but something was troubling me about this place too.
As we drove back to the hotel, it hit us what had troubled us--it was the "colorlessness" of both church services. There were few if any black Africans. We had seen only one in the morning at Rhema and didn't notice any black faces that night at Christian Life Center. These were ministries that seemed focused on the tiny (but prosperous) remaining white population. In 1983, there were less than 100,000 whites in the midst of a sea of 7.5 million black Africans. Apparently, it was still "Rhodesia" in the large charismatic churches! This would at least be understandable if these were older "survivor" denominational churches. But, these were churches that had been founded in the last few years since end of the white Rhodesian regime. More significantly, they were churches focused on evangelism, filled with the recently born-again. How could they ignore the huge and needy black African population?
We would ask Tom Deuschle that very question when we met with him the next morning.