The God we serve is an awesome God and there is nothing that is too hard for HIM. Tell Him today, "I Trust YOU!"
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011
This New Year of 2011 has begun and we are alive to see it as well as to experience all that God has planned for us. Praise the Lord!
Both as individuals, families and as a church family…this year offers us new opportunities. This is a natural time for new ideas, new directions, and new approaches to old ideas. While we need to talk about where we have been and where we are, this New Year should be a launching pad for a word about what God wants us to do and where God wants us to go. While some may be more concerned about recreating the past, we must be committed to seizing today and reaching for tomorrow. What better time than today…to focus upon the possibilities of victories in the present and in the future and not merely to rehash the pain of failures in the past.
This is a time of vision, motivation, and progress. God has great things in store for us as individuals, as families and as a church. Therefore, with one accord, let’s pray and work together, with all our might, to realize God’s vision for us.
“Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.” (3rd John Verse 2, NIV)
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
As another year swiftly comes to a close, I want to say "THANK YOU" for the privilege of being a co-laborer with you in God's Kingdom-building business. "THANK YOU" for your prayers, presence and participation in the life and ministry activities of this Christian household. "THANK YOU" for what you do to strengthen the inner workings of our church family and "THANK YOU" for helping us to reach out beyond the walls of the church house to be a more effective and viable witness of God's love. "THANK YOU" for your support of my pastoral leadership and "THANK YOU" for suppporting each other.
Having begun this 2010 Advent season, let us prepare our minds and hearts to focus on the real "reason for this season" that we are entering. Advent is a season that focuses: on the memory of the God who became a child and is now our Savior and Lord, on repenting prayer and reforming worship of our hearts, on reading and reflecting upon the Word of God, and on taking time to slow down in the midst of this busy season to be awakened to appreciate the Divine Mystery that looks so common and so ordinary and that yet is so wondrously present.
May this season be filled with love, joy, peace and hope. May this season find you being a holy and helpful people . . . kind, patient, generous, and loving.
Elaine and I wish you a most blessed Advent and Christ season!
We love you all!!!
Pastor Mitchell M. and Mother Elaine Walker
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
So as I gather my four to seven year olds for class this evening, I will recall these PEARLS OF WISDOM and make every effort to apply the love, gentle peace and knowledge that has been imparted to me to them.