Thanksgiving Every Day
At the end of the month we celebrate Thanksgiving. I hope that this congregation is one of your reasons for giving thanks. Although we are only seeing a fraction of our congregation, even remotely we have the privilege of loving one another and remembering everyone in prayer. I believe that this exceptional time with all of its challenges has brought people closer to each other, as well as closer to God.

We spread the Gospel most powerfully by showing love and care, and this care should not be limited to only our friends and congregation members. We have been put on this earth to serve as Christ’s hands and feet. We do this by caring about our elders at the Rest Home, caring about those who are disadvantaged, both near and far, caring about our neighbors regardless of political or religious convictions. We tell them of God’s love by not being prejudice against any people. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love. (Gal. 5:6)