One Step at a Time

Tommy Croker was our worship leader at First Southern Baptist Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  He also created the chapel choir of which Darla and I were a part during high school.  Tommy introduced me to Robert Frost and his poem “The Road Not Taken.” Take a moment to read the poem.

Tommy Croker helped me to discover that when you come to a fork in the road, choose the one that will make an eternal difference.  I am but one traveler on this journey of faith.

As we reflect on the resurrection, let’s commit to take the road less traveled.  It will make a difference in the ministry we share. 

See you next Sunday at the 10:30.­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

 IN HIS STEPS,

Pastor George  II Peter 3:18

 

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Greetings from Dollie's desk

 Here we are more than half way through summer.  I hope you are getting out and enjoying summer activities because it will soon be over.  

I had the chance to get out of town one day.  Took the scenic drive to Lincoln and had lunch. Enjoyed the wild flowers, colts and calves. Stopped at Marysville on the way back for a history lesson.  God has given us so much beauty to enjoy.  Take a minute or a day and enjoy!

Our prayers are with the people who are affected by the devastating fires in California and other areas.  Just can't imagine such loss they are going through.  

We welcome baby Audrey Teneyck, born to Christian and Cristina Johnson on July 8.  You are invited to join the Diaper Shower for the Johnson family.  They have three little ones in diapers so are in need of sizes 1-6.  The Diaper Shower will be on August 19 following worship. 

There are still several of our church family going through health problems.  Its so hard to feel bad and try to keep going.  We pray that each one will find help with their problems and feel better soon. 

Pastor George's sister and her husband visited from Maine for several weeks.  

We want to remember Russell Reed and his family.  He is gone for a month to Louisiana with the National Guard.  We thank all who give their time and lives for our country so we can enjoy our freedom. 

We also want to thank the ones who worked to repair the leak, the weeding, cleaning the flower room and other areas of our building.  Without our faithful ones we could never keep things going.  

I leave you with this thought:  "I remain confident of this:    I will see the goodness of the Lord     in the land of the living.  Wait for the Lord;  be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord."  Psalm 27:13-14  May God bless you.

Until nest month, 

Dollie Post