I hope that you are having a great week. I pray that God has been working in you since last Sunday and that you are expecting great things this week as we meet together as a church family.
Here are a few things that I would like to share with you:
I love my community group. I love the time of fellowship, prayer and discussion. I love how a discussion can turn into revelation and provide encouragement or inspiration for someone. It is the work of the Holy Spirit that uses the discussion of one person to be exactly what another person needed at that moment. Wednesday nights are my favorite time of the week. Community groups also allow me to see how God has used the sermon from Sunday to impact and change the lives of the people in my group.
If you are not currently in a Community Group, you are missing out. I encourage you to get involved in one and see how God will use that time to grow you and conform you more to the image of Jesus.
Last Sunday we celebrated our two year anniversary. I am praying for you, FaithPoint. I believe that we need to keep believing and expecting God to do great things. We need to fight, push, and strive for obedience which leads to holiness. We need to get out of the way and realize that we are not in control of our lives but it is God that directs our paths. I am praying for the growth and change that will take place in your life over the next year. I am praying for the relationships that will be established this year. I am praying over the disciples that will be made. Join me in praying for our church.
Sunday is Father’s Day. We will honor our Father’s. We believe that the Father is the leader in the home. As he submits to Jesus, his wife will follow him. We believe he is the daddy that loves, leads, teaches, and coaches his kids to love and follow Jesus.
We will be in Genesis 12 this week. We are going to see how God called Abram and how Abram responded to the voice of God. I cannot wait!
We will also celebrate communion this Sunday. Please come ready to celebrate Jesus as we remember His sacrifice in taking communion.
I love you FaithPoint.
I cannot wait to see you Sunday.