There comes a time on our path to maturity where we need to assume responsibility for our own walk with Christ. Just as eating one food group would be a foolish way to try to get all our nutritional needs, so is thinking we can meet all our spiritual needs by simply attending our Sunday morning worship services.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
Steve Coe teaches English to refugees in Internally Displaced People camps in Myanmar: “Thomas challenged us to think of what we are doing for God’s kingdom, then ask ourselves, “what more could I be doing?” The situation of the IDP’s in Kachin State literally came to my mind immediately.”
In overseeing the budget of our church, my understanding about money has shifted. I’ve seen first hand what happens when generous people are focused on a worthwhile purpose. I care about our purpose. I care about the space God is creating here. I want to ask you to invest your heart in God’s purposes with me.
Recently, one of our church members heard about a need for a keyboard for a retirement complex. She decided to do something. Are there ways you could announce the kingdom of God to your workplace, or soccer team, or at your gym? Pulpit Rock is hosting a conference to discuss this very question. We would love for you to attend.
Over the past three years Pulpit Rock has been partnered in numerous ways with Springs Rescue Mission and their campus expansion in town. Last week Thomas and Kyle got to participate in a groundbreaking for phase two of the expansion – a $5.5 million project including a new dining facility and welcome center.