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  • Writer's pictureMatt Hines

Keep It Up!

If you started the church fast when I called for it on Sunday January 8th, then you are embarking on week 4 of our fast and pray campaign. Some have picked up at various points along the way. To all of you, I pray you are seeing breakthroughs in personal revival. We are certainly seeing God lead the church to deal with disunity and division. Yesterday, the church voted to approve 9 members and 2 alternates to the Special Committee On Church Fire Renovation. The process is moving forward.

I encourage you to continue in this fast, supplicating before God for the 3 areas He has indicated for us to be in prayer over together.

  • Personal Revival

  • Church Unity

  • God's wisdom and guidance for the committee as they seek God's guidance for the building

Do not give up, this process is vital for our church. I encourage you to persevere. We do not know how long the season of this fast will be. Take time each day during your fast to pray. I encourage you today to meditate on Romans 12:12, "Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer."

Seek God today and thank Him for providing a committee of capable, Godly men and women who have committed themselves to difficult work on behalf of the church. Pray for each of them by name and pray for their families.

  • Toss Allen

  • Mark Allread

  • Scott Bass

  • Kim Callahan

  • Sonya Haywood

  • Erica Lee

  • Carl Morgan

  • Nate Sisolak

  • Chris West

  • Alt. Jimmy Dressler

  • Alt. John Gladin

I'll leave you with this admonition from Ephesians 6:9, "And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up." Your prayers are good, transformative, and unifying.

Pastor Matt

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