From Your Pastor's Heart - June 12, 2022
June 12, 2022, 5:00 AM

Good Morning Family!

     Last Sunday was AWESOME!  What a great service we experienced, and it was such a privilege to have Kim and Laurel with us for the whole morning and into the afternoon.  Kim’s message and Laurel sharing as well during our morning service was so challenging and encouraging as we begin “visioneering” for FBCCF ministry for the rest of 2022 and beyond.  And the training time was priceless.

     One thing I want to make sure we do as we look outward is to remain faithful to our in-reach and relationships within the church family.  We have many needs here as well and we would never want to lose sight of the family here as we look outward.

     It is indeed a balancing act to make sure we carry out the Great Commission as we build bridges to our community while at the same time maintaining relationships and building up and encouraging the church family at home.  Yes, we can be together doing ministry together, but we also need to remain together in the Word and in discipleship.  The balancing act can only be a healthy thing when we rely on the guidance and leadership of the Holy Spirit of Christ as He shepherds His church.

     I do want to say a word and commend the church family for your generous spirit in the Lord as you gave a wonderful gift of love to Kim and Laurel last Sunday of a bit over $800.  They were blown away by not only your generosity but your participation and heart for your community!  Way to go, friends!!!

     Don’t forget that we, as a group, agreed last Sunday to meet this evening at 5:00pm for a continuation of sharing ideas and setting up some plans to begin flying kites out to our community.  If you don’t know what that means, then you need to come to get caught up on the ministries at FBCCF.  Bring a snack to share if you can.  If you can’t there will be plenty! 😊

     Please remember Gordon and Connie in your prayers daily for health, strength, safety, and wisdom as they serve in Austria with Ukrainian refugees.

     As always, my prayer is that we would all, “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth.”   II Timothy 2:15   

Humbly Yours,

Bro. Steven

Dr. Steven Gann

Your Shepherd of the Hills

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