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Moses had led the people to the brink of the Promised Land, yet due to a lapse in his judgment and through disobedience to God, he would not be the one to lead them into the land.
A time for leadership change had come, and Joshua was now leading the people. One can only begin to imagine how difficult this was for Joshua, as well as the people. Change in leadership is challenging for everyone, but following a legend of a leader is difficult on another level!
That statement might seem a bit odd because, as you know, we have had church every week online or in our parking lot. Yet, there is just something powerful and amazing about meeting together as the church! Especially when it's been many weeks since we met together in our Sanctuary!
These past few months have been quite trying, to say the least for all of us. For Pastors and Staff here at (NAME OF CHURCH), this building has felt quite empty every time we walk through it. We have missed the sounds of praise reverberate in the Sanctuary. We have also missed the voices of our children, youth, and adults as we fellowship and worship together.
Editor's Note: This letter has been prepared with the current crisis (as of 6/3/2020) in mind. We realize it hardly “covers all the bases”, but hopefully will be a letter you can use to reach out and encourage your church family during this difficult time. We are praying for the peace of God to prevail, and unity, within the Body of Christ so we can lead the way.
Like you, my heart breaks with the brutal death of George Floyd.
The issue of racism has raged in this country for decades, and as we can see, it is still something that rips and tears at the heart of anyone who believes in the value of every God-created human being.
The Word of God makes it clear that Jesus looked far beyond the color of skin, or societal “norms” of even that day as He so often stopped to minister to the broken, downtrodden and rejected ones.
One of the most powerful scriptures I can think of sharing with you is one that most of you can quote by heart because it is IN your heart and it is this: John 3:16 (KJV) 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.