Rearview Mirror 7-9-2020

  • My heart has been burdened for the last several years for our community. I woke up early this morning praying for the Lord to send revival. My heart is burdened to see the message of Jesus communicated with power. Would you join me in praying for revival? Our first prayer needs to be spiritual revival for ourselves.
  • The update of holding services has not changed. The school is still not available. They are still working on the damage repairs. Also the schools are not available for use. I know that there is much unknown about the opening of schools and what that will look like this fall. It could mean that rental groups like us might not be able to use the facility. Keep praying for this and hold onto the next item below.
  • We continue at a snail’s pace to the new Worship Building. We are currently waiting on the builder to get some paperwork and other loose ends wrapped up so it can be built. We are in a good spot. We just need to be patient!
  • Pastor Joe could use help putting together some drawings for the Office modular deck. It you have experience drawing up plans, please give him a call ASAP.
  • Ladies, just a reminder that it is time for Discipleship group!
  • I have really enjoyed our Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7pm on ZOOM (Zoom Link) I have been very happy with the way that is going. Yes, it would be better if we met in person, but the video chat format is working very well. If you are interested in digging a little deeper into the Sunday message, I encourage you to join us.
  • Our July memory verse is from Matthew 9:37-38 “Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”” Matthew 9:37–38 ESV If you struggle with memorizing or even consistency, let me encourage you to check out the Bible Memory App. (IOS and Android)
  • We will continue our Journey through 1 Kings as we specifically look at the reign of King Solomon in our Celebrate Summer Series “Lessons for the Journey.” I do appreciate your prayers as we pull together the message each week. The challenges can be in understanding the text like the one last week and also just the busyness of life. Pray that the Lord would first work in the Pastors hearts and then work through us!

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