Without a doubt, the Thompson family has made a deep and lasting impression on Pulpit Rock Church. For 13 years, Thomas has lead us with transparency, authenticity, and humility. It’s been a beautiful time for our church. Now is our time to say thank you.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
We have been entrusted with all of our days and the way we steward ourselves in them matters. I don’t want to waste the season we are in – it definitely may look different than I had planned or even hoped, but it’s been given to me as a gift and I can treat it as such.
As we get ready to see each other again this Sunday, you may be wondering what we’re doing to make it safe. Rest assured we are doing everything we can to make our church building comfortable and safe environment for corporate worship. Here are the things we’ve done to prepare to gather.
This pandemic has given us new, creative ways to “come together” as a community to share the things God is placing on our hearts. Online conversations, Whole Care Check-In’s, Socially Distanced Small Group Tailgating.
Over the next four Sundays I’ll share four passages of scripture that are shaping me. Our hope is that in the sharing of scriptures that are shaping us, you might find God wanting to shape you.
Around age 45, I realized I could see the second half of my life and the finish line. It’s a sobering vision because you realize that you have more miles in your rearview mirror then you do in the windshield ahead of you. Now as I am about to turn 50, I’m finding inspiration in the message of the burning bush.