On one of my first Sundays we displayed this:
I dream of a church filled with grace; where imperfect people encounter the love of God first-hand; where ‘come as you are’ acceptance becomes the hope of a new beginning; where all people matter because every person bears the indelible image of God.
It is one of the nine marks of My Dream Church which is essentially a vision for the future of Faith Wesleyan Church. This mark, in particular speaks to our hospitality and our welcome.
Easter Sunday is just a few weeks away. The worship service is planned to maximize the opportunity we have to share the greatest news in all of history. Jesus became our sin bearer and Savior through his sacrificial death and displayed his power over death by rising from the grave.
As I think about the potential of Easter Sunday at Faith, one thought captivates me: We need to pray.
What might God do as we pray together along these lines:
- Give Him glory for who He is.
- Give Him glory for all that He has done and is doing.
- Ask God to be working on the hearts of the people in our community.
- Ask Him to show you His heart for those who need to hear His good news.
- Ask Him to ignite a passion in our church for valuing and welcoming those who are new.
- Ask God to help us develop clear Next Steps for the people who make decisions on Easter Sunday so they can assimilate quickly into the fellowship of Faith.
I am believing God for a great service and a powerful move of His Spirit on Easter Sunday as people hear the Good News and are made new by His grace.
Recent Articles & Sermons
As we continue in this series we look further into Psalms with a very popular Verse Psalms 23. "The Lord is My Shepard".
It is said that anxiety in a man's heart can way him down but a good word makes him glad. In this series titled "Windows into Psalms" May you feel hope restored in your heart as you listen into this message from Psalms 13.
Every day we deal with some tough topics that we face in every day life. Topics such as Emotion, mental health, spirituality, depression, and anxiety. These can be answered by looking in the Psalms.
Pastor Bob McHenry
Pastor Bob is a dedicated pastor with a passion to share the love of God with neighbors and around the world. The verse that has guided and shaped his call to ministry is Psalm 16:11, “You will make known to me the path of life. In your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.”
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