Sunday, December 26, 2010

Sunday Mind Dump - December 26, 2010

Very good day.

Attendance was lower than normal. It was expected; the Sunday after Christmas is always this way. It was a good decision to have one service.

Loved the video Paul Thornton put together for us. It was a great way to close 2010 – “The Year in Pictures.”

It’s apparent that we have some stuff going on at PCC! Wow is all I can say.

The Friday night Christmas Eve Communion Service was big hit. A lot of people told me this morning how much they thoroughly enjoyed the service.

The attendance on Christmas Eve blew me away! We had a packed house!

As attendance increases at PCC, the holiday schedule will mean more services and more stress, and I’ll be glad to deal with it. But I have really enjoyed that laid back feel of things lately.

The Christmas season has been enjoyable. Spending time with family and friends was especially fulfilling for me.

Last Sunday I had a “God moment” during the service. As I listened to the testimony of Ray & Lynda and watched the cardboard testimonies, I thought to myself, “12 ½ years ago we launched this enterprise with seven people in my living room – but look at us now! Look at all these people… all these testimonies… all these stories of life-change… all the things that God has done!” My cup was running over.

We have received communion twice in the last six weeks, heard testimonies from three different families over three Sundays, witnessed the cardboard testimony, conducted a Christmas Eve service, and ended the year with a video of 2010 activates at PCC. It’s been a nice holiday schedule.

Regular schedule resumes next Sunday. Service times: 9:30 & 11:00 AM

No teen activities this Wednesday night.

No band practice this Wednesday night.

After New Years we're going to be bustin some new territory. Keep checking back to get the info.

Hasta la vista, baby!

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