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Monday, September 19, 2005

Monday Praise Report for for September 19, 2005

Praise It's Monday... time to hear what God's doing in your life and in the life of your church over the past week. Please take a couple moments to share what's happening in your life and church!

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We had a community service celebrating a local event and many different denominations came to celebrate the grace and salvation of Jesus. It was wonderful! It was the more fundamental churches that refused to participate but...the music was great, the worship was great, and the Lord was exalted. Yeah for God!

Posted by: Eight | Sep 19, 2005 9:51:40 AM

I had sent an email to Todd last week somewhat venting after a frustrating weekend. In restrospect, I know that my worst days in my position are still better than most MoM's best days in their churches. Our staff and congregation are always seeking God and His will for the church and its members. We had a great day yesterday in spite of a few technical issues, and the people didn't notice.

The hardest part of ministry is remembering that it's not about me and my failings, but all about Him and His grace!

Posted by: Greg | Sep 19, 2005 10:36:22 AM

I'm physically exhausted this morning, but spiritually and emotionally excited. This weekend we had a booth at the annual arts and crafts event to give out FREE bottled water (Servant Evangelism). It was exciting to see the responses and reactions to people realizing that it was truly free. We got stares at the free sign, people asking how much it really was, "nothings free" and a lot of thanks and gratitude for serving in this capacity. We ended up giving 1056 bottles of water and it was all done in the Name of Jesus.

Posted by: Jimmy Hammett | Oct 17, 2005 11:07:12 AM

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