Very good day at PCC.
Last Sunday’s message was “What Goes Around Comes Around” (from chapter 6) and today’s message was “The Sovereign in the Shadows” (from chapter 7).
We have learned a lot of very important lessons (and content) from the book of Esther.
There are always nice comments on Facebook about our services. These are always a source of encouragement to me. While I enjoy the compliments, I experience greater joy seeing so many people in the PCC family deeply interested in the Word.
Those who find themselves utterly captivated by God’s Word can hardly be entertained by anything else.
Next Sunday we’ll be offering our Newcomers Class. In fact, about ten additional people signed up today. The Lord has brought us a lot of people in the last few months, even in the last few weeks, so the timing is perfect.
The Kid’s Zone was packed to capacity today. I could not believe it! Thank God we have these rooms because there is no possible way we could get everybody in the sanctuary.
A special shout out to the youth worship team that led worship at PCC today. They did an exceptional job. Plus, it gave our regular worship team a well-deserved break. As I mentioned, every single one of them were the children of families in our church. It’s a good thing to see young people growing up and dedicated to God. It’s also a good thing that they belong to a church where their spiritual gifts and ministry gifts can be deployed to edify the Body.
Another shout out to James Wheelus and his brother who mowed the water retention pond in front of the church (that crater that is otherwise known as the Grand Canyon of Santa Rosa County, thanks to our county engineers). This was no small job. A lot of us noticed that it had been done, but no one knew who actually did it. I kept asking around until I discovered who it was. Thank God for the people who love their church enough to take pride in its appearance.