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Monday, March 25, 2013

Thoughts from the weekend

Thoughts from the weekend:

From yesterday's Sunday morning service:  Those who drove in from Canada, Ohio, Indiana (and other states) wonderful.  Hearing Steve Hill preach - powerful.  Sensing people's expectation levels for more of God's presence - incredible. 

Experiencing God's presence - priceless.

Continue to move in us Holy Spirit!

May we receive more of your presence in order to change the world we live in!

Steve Hill's message of exhortation is a needed thought for the world we live in.  We must continue to preach, teach and share the truth.  Grace must always be balanced with holiness!

Many, many thanks to everyone who helped yesterday in making the service "go".  From the children's volunteers to the sound booth guys, to the worship team, to the coffee connection folks, we thank you!

Every volunteer in our church is needed!  Every ministry worker is a vital part of what we are trying to do in our church.

We are a church to belong, grow and serve!

We love people.  We love God!

Come on Sunday mornings, serve in a ministry, attend a life group!

Let's not be afraid of the Holy Spirit.

Let's not be afraid of what the Holy Spirit can do in our lives.

God has more for us.  Our future will be greater than our past!

I am not looking to the right or to the left - I am looking to Jesus Christ!

Like barking dogs surrounding a train going down the tracks - so are those who criticize, complain and grumble. 

The train keeps going!  The Holy Spirit is our fuel!

The destination is reaching everyone in the Chicago Southland with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Father, keep the train going!

This week is a busy, busy week.  Wednesday evening activities.  Good Friday service (7:00 P.M.)

Sunday morning - Easter presentation - "The Bridge".  8:30 A.M.  10:30 A.M.

I encourage you to invite friends and family to the services!

More people are brought to Christ (and start a relationship with Him) by friends than any other medium of sharing the gospel (preaching, advertising, television, radio). 

Invite someone and then offer to bring them to our church campus!

I love you all!


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