Rearview Mirror 10-18-2018

  • It is exciting to see the Lord working at Living Hope in so many different ways. First, it was great to Kick-Off our monthly men’s breakfast, Flapjacks & Fellowship. We had a great time. I understand that the Ladies Ministry Kickoff also went well.  There are many new faces each Sunday, so take a moment to connect with those joining us.
  • It is Operation Christmas Child time of the year. It was exciting to see all 50 boxes taken the first day! We will have more boxes this Sunday for those that were not able to pick them up this past Sunday. This is an outstanding way to share the love of Jesus is a practical way.
  • Things are moving forward with the sale of the MC. This means that in the next week or so we will be on the clock. We are in need of volunteers to help us with digitizing records. We will also be needing help with moving but that is a couple weeks off. I appreciate your prayers for the property development and the sale with everything involved in these two major project.
  • We have a huge need for someone to help with Church Finances. If you are interested it would only be 1-2 hours a week.
  • I have selected a popular and powerful verse for our MMV for October.  It is a verse that reminds us of God’s shepherding in our lives. “The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.” Psalm 23:1 ESV  Let me encourage you to memorize all 6 verses of Psalm 23. If you are needing some accountability with working on your verse please check out the ScriptureTyper App. (IOS and Android)
  • This week as we wrap up our series from 2 Samuel “Let God Use Me.” we will be looking at the need for us to “Learn to Leave a Legacy.” It is something that we don’t really think about but can be a powerful motivator in our walk with Jesus. I hope you have enjoyed this sermon series as much as I have. The Lord has really been using it in hearts and lives. Just another reminder to keep praying that the Lord would continue to work in me and in the hearts and lives of our congregation. Thank you for praying.

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