Another great day at PCC.
Attendance was off a bit – down 40 people or so from last week.
There was good energy in the house. I especially liked seeing the front row filled with teenagers. That’s like saying, “Sick ‘em” to a bulldog – makes me preach better.
Sunday’s message was: In the end, God wins! What a way to wrap up the eight-week series on the book of Esther.
Doing one service still feels real good. We’re finding our stride.
Funny how long people hang around forever after church is over. That’s a good thing. A lot of fellowship, friendship building, and relational connection are taking place. Some people linger for a solid hour.
The band was in the zone. Enjoyed having a new guitar player on stage too.
Met some new people. Always enjoy that.
I taught the Newcomers Class last night. Twenty-seven new people were with us. Had a great time together.
The hospitality team hit a home run providing a meal for us too.
About six weeks ago I lost a flash drive that had four years worth of writing stored on it. I was bummed. I searched for three weeks to find it, retracing my steps over and over again. It was a big loss for me. Finally I accepted the loss and let it go. Then, wala! It came back to me. Funny how things like that happen.
I plan to buy a new camera soon, upgrading from the small one I currently use. With springtime just around the corner I want to take a lot of outdoor pictures like I did last year.
I’m still on the journey of establishing margin and boundaries. This is not a quick-fix or a one-time deal. Got a long way to go. In the end it’s going to be a permanent change for me.
Plan to do some gardening preparation today!