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A letter from the Pastor

It’s April! It is finally Spring. The plants are starting to bloom and the temperature is rising. I love this time of year! The grass comes back and the trees start to bloom and everything looks fresh. I wrote last month about planting good things. How is that going? Are you starting to see the blooms of what you are planting? If not keep watering and fertilizing the good things. 

I am excited about this month. We have concreted ourselves
and are expecting a great move of the Holy Spirit this month. This is our month of Revival. I believe this will be a time of refreshing, restoration and reigniting passion.  AJ and Amanda Holloway will be with us on Tuesdays at Life, Wednesdays at  AFT and Easter Sunday. You will not want to miss what God is doing. Our Easter
schedule will be: Egg hunt and Donuts at 10, Devotion and prayer at 10:30 and 11:10 morning worship. We also have a Youth Rally on Good Friday, April 19. In preparation for these events, we will have focused prayer on Monday April 15, led by Andrew
McCool, our section 1 youth leader. Join us if you can at 7:00 PM

As we approach Easter, let me remind you that Jesus loves you so much that he died for you. Paul tells the church at Rome: 

"For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly.  For one will scarcely die for a righteous person—though perhaps for a good person one would dare even to die— but God
shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."  Romans 5:6-8 (ESV)

This is a good time to apply what Jesus did for us on Calvary. Don’t take for granted the price that was paid for us. Although Salvation is a free gift, we must apply that gift to our lives. We apply salvation through Repentance, asking for forgiveness,
Baptism in the name of Jesus, the washing away of sin, and receiving the Holy Spirit, which is evidenced by speaking in an unknown tongue. Acts 2:39 tells us that anyone can receive the promise of salvation.  As we celebrate Resurrection Sunday, remember we know that the tomb is  empty as a reminder of his victory over sin and death. Let’s celebrate Jesus all month
long.

Rejoicing in our risen Savior,
Pastor Davd