Monday, November 25, 2013

Sunday Mind Dump - November 24, 2013 (Monday Edition)

One word describes today’s service:  Great.

It was a solid day.

That’s one of the things I like about PCC the most; things are solid and well-done. Consistently.

It’s because we have such so many gifted people, committed people, skilled leaders, and multiple layers of talent.

Take today’s service for example – everything flowed seamlessly from start to finish. 

From the opening call to worship – to the teen appeal for warm clothing – to the exceptional song service (really loved the hymn) – to the brief message – to the ushers who served so well – to the receiving of elements – to the closing song – IT WAS A JOB WELL DONE!

Really appreciate the workers who served in the Kids Zone today too – their sacrificial service does not go unnoticed.

The ushers really did a good job.  They always do.  Many of these men are true deacons in every sense of the word.

The last month has been incredible at PCC.

Plus, attendance has been on the upswing the last few weeks.  Glad to see it.

Today we got a firm commitment from a couple to help make Kids Zone the best it can possibly be.

Really love it when people step forward like this.  Thank you.

BTW, I think Gary Weiborg’s sermon last Sunday was one of the best I have ever heard.

I really like it when God sends us seasoned people who get it and get it done.

Do you know that PCC has six pastors who attend here?  By that I mean six men who have served as senior pastors in other churches.  Of those six, four actively serve in some capacity at PCC.

That is in addition to the home-grown pastors we’ve raised up from within our own ranks.

We are fortunate.

December is going to be a great month at PCC.  We’ll hear a couple of speakers from our teaching team; the children’s choir will be performing again; and we’ll have a special Christmas service (with an emphasis on Advent) the Sunday before Christmas.

In January I plan to start a new message series from the OT book of Hosea.  It will be verse-by-verse… and it one of my favorite ways of teaching.


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