10.3.2016 ~ Monday Reflections
What a great week.
On Thursday Alex from Samaritans Purse shared his story about how an Operation Christmas Child shoe box transformed his life. KTVB ran a story on Alex from when he shared at a church in Boise, here is a link to the story. I want to encourage all of you to participate in Operation Christmas Child by packing a shoe box this year.
I was encouraged by Alex’s testimony, and his desire to faithfully and obediently serve God. I want to encourage all of you to take advantage of the opportunities we provide for spiritual growth and enrichment at times other than Sunday morning. It might take a little sacrifice, but I can assure you, the sacrifice is worth the growth in our own lives.
Yesterday morning I enjoyed our time of worship together as we sang songs, had conversations with one another, prayed, and spent time studying God’s word. I hope you are as encouraged by our time together on Sunday morning as I am. God is on the move at HFCC, and is doing great things among us.
Last night I was blessed by the ministry of Josh and Sarah Snodgrass as we spent time worshiping with them, and were drawn into the presence of Christ by Josh’s guitar playing. In talking with them before hand I was impressed by their willingness to serve God out of a there humility and desire to glorify God. I was encouraged by their example of using their gifts obediently for the ministry God has called them to. It was fun to be a part of.
Monday reflections are simply that. Reflections I want to share based on something that has happened in my life, no matter the arena, most likely spiritual in nature.
Have a great week friends.