A few weeks ago I announced to you that we were journeying through a few transitions in the office. With the departure of Margaret Bohn as the Office Manager and Sheryl Fish as the Bookkeeper, we have been working on a transition plan.
Over the past 40 days, we have journeyed together through the season of Lent, leading up to the final days where we go to the cross with Christ and celebrate his triumphal defeat of death in his resurrection.
We are approaching the conclusion of Lent during which we have been journeying together through a daily devotional called “Breathe” with also the Point Group study on the book “These Forty Days”.
On a cold December afternoon, I met with a great group of people here at GracePoint. The staff is a crucial core to the life of the church and its fulfillment to the mission and vision.
We keep track of time and seasons of the year by using calendars that provide us opportunities to observe, commemorate, and celebrate certain events or occasions. The changing seasons of the year also provide us with recurring opportunities to celebrate the Christian Faith in worship.
I slowly entered the fiberglass tub hidden behind the platform walls in the sanctuary. I nervously held a piece of white paper in my hands with handwritten scribbles of my testimony. I was next.
This week we are continuing our weekly email series with highlighting some of the changes that are happening around GracePoint. This week, take a look at some of the changes happening with our spaces.
One of the goals for this year has been to prepare our ministries and prepare our campus for the harvest that God desires to bring us. There have been many things taking place behind the scenes that would go unnoticed but are critical in the process.
As I prepared to leave the house this morning, I grabbed a coat and put it on. I walked through the family room and began saying my good-byes to Maisie, Hendrick and Angelia as they got their breakfast going.
This past Wednesday, we hosted the Radi family for an evening where we heard great testimony to God’s movement in Argentina. Afterwards, the Radi girls were playing and saw our prayer cross.