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

I really love getting up early to lovely sunny mornings. It’s funny how fast we can forget our cold snowy mornings.

As I drive around I see all the pretty yellow daffodils, trees blooming and yes, our yards filled with little yellow dandelions! We know God does provide such beauty for us. April and May really flew by.

We celebrated Easter with a really good breakfast thanks to Bob, Scott and Devon and a great Easter message from Pastor George. 

We still have so many with health issues.  Hope all will soon feel better.  Arlene Mathews spent a few days at Touch Mark.  I visited her and Donna Watts.  Was such a nice afternoon.  I need to find more time to pay visits. 

Gwen Riddock’s father-in-law passed away.  Our prayers are with the Riddock family.  Please continue to pray for Bob and Rita Cortright as they cope in the months ahead with the loss of her sister and brother-in-law.

Pastor Tom needs our prayers as he recovers from open heart surgery.  The preemie twins continue to need our prayers.  Teddy has been through many struggles but may get to come home soon.

School will soon be out and we are looking forward to VBS June 19-22. This is always such a neat time to reach out to families.

I leave you with this thought from Philippians 2:4-5.  “Do not merely look out for you own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.  Have this attitude in yourselves which was also in Jesus Christ.

May today be the best day of your life.  Until next month

God Bless you,

Dollie Post