“Thanks man!” came his smiling response as we shook hands. We then exchanged a few sentences of small talk that I can’t remember, before he spoke the words I’ll never forget. The words he said next were simple, yet so sincere. Friendly yet fearless. They were powerful and felt providential.
I would like to extend a welcome for you to participate with our Pastor of Worship Arts Candidate Weekend on October 6/7. This is a meaningful and exciting juncture for our church as we prayerfully discern God’s provision and leading for this important area of church life.
I wanted to take a moment and share with you an article our elder board has been digesting related to corporate worship. Its called “Engaging Corporate Worship,” written by Gary Inrig about a decade ago.
“For we are God’s Masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” (Ephesians 2:10)
In the past few years, I have come to know of the term “kingdom workers.”
One of my “pastor friends” is Jason Freeman of Bergen Park Church. We were gathering this summer and comparing notes about how things were going and what was happening in our respective ministries. Jason indicated that he was hosting a group called Adam’s Road this summer.