This is the story our church is telling, it’s the story of how God loves us and rescues us when we become “Shipwrecked” in so many ways. This week was all about Wake Forest Presbyterian Church being a strong lighthouse, standing as a beacon of hope, about nurturing the light of love and grace inside us, and of shining our hearts out in a needy, broken, often dark world.
With David heading into 1st grade after the summer and Beks starting kindergarten, reading is front and center w
What got my attention Thursday evening was the pure beauty of so many (very young) children massed together and singing songs about God’s love.
I understand that I have a lot to learn, every day; and – often – God uses children to teach me.
The invitation is clear, and it comes without distinction. “Come. All are welcome. Don’t hinder the children – God’s children of all ages. Don’t get in the way of anyone who wants to be with Jesus.”
The amount of talent we have at our church is phenomenal. The children’s ministry team could have their own television show they’re that entertaining!
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