Times:9:30 a.m. Sunday School10:45 a.m. Worship Service
Times: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School | 10:45 a.m. Worship Service
FIRST EVANGELICAL CHURCH
SEMI-ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
Report of the Session
May 20, 2018
August 2019 represents the close of our prescribed 1000 day period of attention to five critical initiatives. I am thankful for your responsiveness and participation in the activities that contribute to glorifying our Lord Jesus Christ and magnifying His gospel. At this halfway point, my hope and my observations indicate that these initiatives are more than slogans and benchmarks, and are truly becoming the personality of our church family. A fellow elder provided the following introspective questions to help gauge or measure personal experience. Consider these and with each bullet point – ask yourself the question – how can we help one another in this?
I pray that God’s Spirit guide us to be very attentive and engaged in these activities.
In Acts chapter 17, Paul speaks of the nearness of God to each one of us, for “in Him we live and move and have our very being.” I’m thankful that we worship God who loves us, guides us, and provides for us. Over the last 6 months we have enjoyed so many benefits granted to us from above. Some of these include:
With sadness, but also with joy for them, we will see T.J. Lopez, our Jr. High Director, and wife Andrea, depart to Gods calling to a new ministry in Chattanooga. We are thankful for the benefit they have both brought to our body while serving and worshipping here. With joy we look forward to how God will continue to use them.
Sunday school classes continue to provide the advantages of equipping, fellowshipping, and care of our people. If you are not a part of a class, I encourage you to consider visiting one.
Your elders continue to regularly meet, think, pray, and plan. We value your prayers.
Robert W. Seay
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