Update for FaithPoint

FaithPoint logoIf you missed the announcement in church Sunday – Here it is again:

FaithPoint Is Moving!

We recently signed a contract to meet in the Ramada Inn Conference Center. Our first Sunday here will be October 6. Please invite your friends to our first Sunday in our new location.

We are excited to see what God is going to do in our new location. We are praying for people to be redeemed by Jesus. We are praying for people to make a public profession that they are dying to their old way of life and embracing the new life that Jesus has called them to through baptism. We want to see FaithPoint fall in love with our city and live as missionaries in our city and being intentional with loving others and sharing the gospel of Jesus.

We want people to get plugged in to FaithPoint Community Groups so that they can see what it looks like to become a disciple and make disciples. We want to see people hungry for Jesus and become passionate for Jesus and develop their own relationship with him.

We want to see people become passionate, cheerful, devoted givers.

This means that people will make FaithPoint their home. This also means that they will embrace the mission and vision of the church and they will love their church and be excited about what God is going to do here.

Moving means that we are leaving our location that we are in now.

For the last year and four months, John and Nikki have been very gracious and open their home to us for us to have services there. We have been blessed that they allowed us to use their home for this period of time.

We want to thank John and Nikki for the use of their home and show them what a blessing they have been to FaithPoint.

On September 29, immediately following the service, join us for food and fellowship as we honor John and Nikki, thanking them for the use of their home.

And….

Don’t forget that we will be meeting in my home beginning this Wednesday for the remainder of Wednesdays this year. We pray that you will learn and grow and be excited as we prepare to relaunch Community Groups in January.

I am excited.

God is good.

I love my church!

Pastor Jimmy