We concluded the Elijah series this morning - it’s been ten weeks and a very fruitful journey – covering a lot of material and a variety of topics.
Today’s message – The Next Generation – was a perfect way to conclude the series.
This was one of the most important messages I have ever taught at PCC. And if you have the ability to read between the lines, you can draw obvious conclusions from it. Today’s message was not just a sermon; it was about our future.
Where else does a pastor have the undivided attention of everyone all at once, other than the Sunday morning service? Nowhere. I use the pulpit deliberately and on-purpose.
I talked about age-segregation verses age-integration in church. It’s very important that the generations mingle – closing the generation gap.
If every person at PCC would assume the responsibility of taking just one person under their wing of influence (as a mentor or discipler) and training them towards godliness, more would be accomplished in one year’s time than all our programs combined.
Rebekah Peacock hit it out of the park with her acoustic number.