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Tag Archives: Fellowship of Believers
To be missional, in short, means that God has a mission and God’s mission has a church. God doesn’t need us to do his work for him. God is at work and invites us to join him in his work. … Continue reading
Last week (Thanksgiving week), the Fellowship of Believers completed our second food drive. Our purposes are to serve our city and be a blessing in our neighborhoods. In terms of serving our city, we collected about twenty-five bags of food. And … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Fellowship of Believers micro-church had a great time going Out and helping Open Doors put on a Fall Festival. (Thanks Maria!) Reflecting on it, one phrase came to mind: “This was good for the soul.” That got me thinking: … Continue reading
So, last week some of the people I am working with decided to do something on their own. This is very exciting. You may not think it’s all that much after you read it. You may think it’s a little thing. If you … Continue reading
“Surely, he took up our infirmities and carried our sorrows…” Isaiah 53:4 Every year, we gather with friends and family at the beach to worship God at sunrise every Good Friday. It’s become a tradition for our family. It was started … Continue reading
About that title, I bet some of you are thinking, “yeah, that’s what you say when a ministry isn’t doing well.” But no, I mean it. It’s what God does that matters. Everything else is filler. And I’ll go beyond … Continue reading