Pastor

george

 
 

Grace to you my dear friends in Christ!

I would summarize the ministry of 2014 as the year of prayer. At the time of this writing, 95 Monday morning prayer meetings have been held. We have prayed for the Evangelical Presbyterian Church World Outreach Missionaries; our international missionaries; your needs; to not rely on our own resources, but only on the Holy Spirit; and we have prayed that God would be sovereign in bringing people to the church.

He has done exactly that each week as we gather to worship and give Him the glory. We have prayed for the Gospel to be preached in a clear and correct manner so that people will come to faith and grow in their relationship to Him. We have recently begun to pray for revival. This means that God would wake up those who need refreshment in the Holy Spirit and for God to change the hearts of those who hear His Word preached so that they can come to repentance, receive faith and follow Christ.

It is exciting for me to see people starting in faith, growing in faith and having the desire to serve the Lord.

Praying to be involved in missionary support is another area of growth. The Meal Team is now preparing meals for two groups which have allowed them to increase the financial support to two missionaries: John & Allie and Stephen & Carrie. This is exciting to see God provide these avenues to support His work throughout the world.

Another important mission ministry is the radio devotional program, “Beginning and Ending Your Day by Faith Alone”. The radio ministry broadcasts our Sunday morning worship and daily devo- tions have been going now for two years. These ministries are bringing the truth of the Gospel throughout the whole world. I hope that you have enjoyed listening and learning each day from your pastor.

I want to thank you for your continued involvement and support for the ministry. I am so pleased for your outstanding service to Christ and His Church. May God Bless you as you grow in Christ during 2015.

Pastor George

He must manage his own household well, with all dignity keeping his children submissive, for if someone does not know how to manage his own household, how will he care for God’s church?1 Timothy 3:4-5