I pray your week is going well. There are many spiritual and physical needs in our church family right now. Please pause for a moment sometime today and pray for the needs you might know of and those you do not know as well. Here are a few ways you can pray right now…
Pray for peace for those who are awaiting results from doctors.
Pray for strength and healing for those who are struggling with disease or affliction.
Pray for quick recovery for those who have recently gone through surgery.
Pray for understanding and strength on those who have recently lost a loved one to death.
Pray for wisdom for those who have decisions to make in the coming days that will affect their future.
Pray for other needs as they come to mind.
Defining Our Future: Committed Community. One of the greatest truths about being a Christian is to know that we do not walk this world alone, but we have a family to walk with us. The Church is our spiritual family who walk together through the ups and downs and the wins and struggles in this life. This coming Sunday, I’ll be talking about the need for us to be committed to this community God has given us. Hebrews 10:19-25 is our text. I encourage you to read it in preparation and please pray for the Lord to move powerfully in our time together on Sunday.
Family Meeting. If you are a member of Christ Community, I hope you will join myself and the rest of our members on Sunday afternoon beginning at 5:00 pm for an important meeting. We will gather together to worship, take communion, hear ministry updates, and vote on a few items. This meeting is for all members, but we invite any regular attenders or visitors who desire to listen in. Also, I cannot wait to share with you some special news that I’m certain you will find incredible. The Lord is answering prayers and we need to keep praying!
Thanks for your faithfulness to the ministry of Christ Community Church. God is doing a special work among us. Let’s walk together faithfully making gospel-centered disciples among all people for the glory of God. As always, I’m grateful to be your pastor.