Rearview Mirror 2-6-2020

  • God is good all the time! Many of you know that an unexpected work caused Caryl to require surgery. It has been a time that we have been reminded of the Lord’s goodness and care, especially through His people. It took forever to get surgery scheduled and the recovery process has gone much slower than expected yet we have been blessed. We want to say thank you to those that have prayed. We especially want to thank those that have provided meals. Our congregation has made a frustrating season a blessing. Thank You.   
  • I want to give a shout out to Pastors Berney and Zac for their work on the Johnny Hunt Men’s Simulcast. It was great to sit under God’s Word with our guys. I know that I was personally challenged and encouraged.
  • We continue to work on the church site. I want to say Thanks to Stu, Steve, Ken for their work on the siding. We were able to replace a section of siding this week. Our test run went very well and we will be moving the wall with doors and windows next. I also want to thank Andrew, Anna and Gordon for planting landscaping. Please pray for the need for power to the site. We are also working on the wrapping up of the details for the worship building.
  • Our Annual February Potluck is schedule for Sunday, February 16th following the AM Service. We are asking each family to bring a main dish and dessert OR a main dish and salad.
  • It is strange having two business meetings so close, but our 3rd Quarterly Meeting is scheduled for Sunday February 23rd with location to be determined.
  • This Sunday we will be focusing on a new memory verse for February, “But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.” Galatians 5:16 ESV  A simple but profound verse that reminds us that we have the resources available to say “No” to temptation. If you struggle with memorizing or even consistency, let me encourage you to check out the Bible Memory App. (IOS and Android)
  • This week we will be wrapping up Galatians Chapter 2 as we look at Paul’s emphasis on doctrinal integrity. Our focus this week in our study of Galatians “Living Above Conflict” will call us to “Living the Changed Life with Doctrinal Clarity.”  I am excited that Pastor Berney will be bringing the challenge this Sunday. I know that he would appreciate your prayers as he works through a tough portion of Scripture.

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