This is a follow up to last Sunday’s sermon with some information on the two resources I mentioned concerning the Bible’s historical accuracy.
Mark Moser interviews Greg Raysor the newly hired Church Administrator. Mark Moser (MM): Greg, after years of service in the business world, why work in a church…
Especially in light of the recent tragic shootings, it seemed worthwhile to tell you all about the PCA’s recent statement on racial reconciliation.
I want just to share a few sentences of encouragement with you as we look forward to our church-wide prayer meeting on Sunday evening, July 10. Mark Moser and I have agreed that it is very important for us as a church to refresh our commitment to dependent, corporate prayer, and toward that end have planned to schedule these prayer gatherings four times a year. At this time that is a fairly unambitious goal–but the greater, more ambitious goal is that we are seeking to rebuild into our church culture a deep understanding that our mission depends on the Lord’s blessing, and he is pleased to give that blessing as we ask for it.
I wanted to take this opportunity to express heartfelt thanks for the call to be pastor of this wonderful church! Lise and I are very excited. We have been a part of the New Life family since 2002, and so I hope you can imagine how great it is to be surrounded by people we already know and love. Often pastors receive a call from a group of strangers! We truly feel blessed.