While it hardly seems possible that another year is in the rearview mirror, it is indeed a fact.
I’m quite sure that this past year held many victories as well as many challenges. If your life is anything like mine, it can seem like you’re on an intense roller coaster ride. Often we might feel like we didn’t even sign up for the trip but we’re on it anyway.
Well, one thing is for sure, and that is that this year will have its share of ups and downs as well.
I believe with all my heart that the same God who walked with us every step of the way during 2018 is the same God that will walk with us in the days and months that are ahead.
I want to encourage you this year to be proactive as you encounter people in your life in need of hearing the Gospel message. We meet people on a daily basis in all walks of life who need Jesus, so why not listen to the gentle voice of the Holy Spirit as he leads up to the right person the right moment?
Our lives find a great sense of satisfaction when we are helping others, and I believe the most significant help we can offer humanity is to declare God loves them!
You don’t have to be a theologian hear the good news. The best way you can share the gospel is to simply to let people know the difference Jesus has made in your life!
I think you will be amazed at how receptive people are. And if they aren’t, move on and ask the Holy Spirit to open the next door.
Kindness goes a long way in sharing the gospel. A person cannot be “argued into” a relationship with Christ.
I know God will help all of us as we endeavor to live for him to share our Faith in 2019.
This note comes with gratitude and appreciation for your generous giving during the year (YEAR), as well as a full report for you to compare to your records. Please be sure to contact our Church Treasurer (NAME OF TREASURER) as soon as possible if you see any discrepancies. We trust all is in order. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
It’s time for new beginnings! It’s time for a fresh start! It’s time to make some resolutions!
These are often statements that are made by most people at the beginning of a new year, and we as Christians are not really all that different! Who wants to remain the same as before? I know I don’t, because I want to continue to grow in the Lord, as well as put off some of those things that have held me down for being all He wants me to be. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!