We pick up this morning continuing our thoughts from yesterday. Couples need to pray together. This is an important yet sometime difficult task. Satan likes to keep us busy, he wants us to busy to pray. I am asking you this morning to make prayer for your spouse a priority.
The longer I Pastor people who are struggling, the more I realize how people who love the Lord have difficulties coping during the tough times.
#1. You love your church and your friends.
#2. Its the right thing to do!
#3. Someones life is going to be changed.
#4. You are looking forward to counting how many awkward moments our worship Pastor Weston can create.
#5. You love hearing Oliver Stories.
#6. Free muffins and great coffee.
#7. You want to hear part 2 on the Fruit of the Spirit!
I have been writing a daily blog for the church that I lead here in Jacksonville. You can find a verse by verse commentary on our church website thepointjax.com or by simply clicking the links below. Please feel free to read and share. I would also love to hear from you. Tell me what you think. Email me at email@example.com
I am always amazed at how we try to reach people who are totally different from us. Churches have had to become laboratories were tried and true methods are constantly being challenged changed and in some cases…totally discarded. The world is so different now and the modern church must quickly identify the differences in people and adjust their plans at creating community and attempting effective outreach.
Does your past haunt you?
In my 55 years of life…daily spinning around on this planet we call home…I like to think!
I have learned some valuable lessons while traveling down life’s highway at warp speed. I would like to take this opportunity to share a lesson that I have learned…or that I am learning.
I am writing to the membership and friends of the POINT this morning with a major prayer request for our church. If possible, I am asking that each of you share this post with all of your praying friends. I am believing that God is going to do something great in this unique challenge that we are facing as a church plant.