MONDAY, 4/27/09

The Lord blessed and we had a good day in our services yesterday.  The attendance in our morning services was up although there remains room for improvement.  We had a very nice crowd in the evening service.  Thanks for Bro. Jerry for leading our musical worship yesterday morning and for the student ministry praise team for leading it last night.  God is good! 

Our weekend got started with a real blessing as fourteen men showed up Saturday morning to work on the CAB roof.  They started shortly after 7:00AM and were completely finished by noon – wow!  Folks, it was hot up there but those guys just kept at it!  You will not see the fruits of their labors because of the location but please know that they did a great job!   

Last night, the Friendship family overwhelmingly voted to begin a new ministry to the Spanish speaking folks of South Mobile County and the surrounding areas.  This unanimous motion came from our missions committee with an affirmation from our deacons.  We are still ironing out the details but anticipate starting this new ministry at some point in May or June.  Plans call for us to have this service on Sunday afternoons beginning at 2:00PM.  I appreciate those who have already asked how they can be involved in this ministry.  Folks, I can honestly say that I believe God has led us to this ministry and I look forward to seeing how He is going to use it to reach folks with the Gospel and make disciples.  Pray for this ministry!

Sharon Jardee remains hospitalized but will most likely come home today.  Betty Neal remains in the hospital too.  Danny Lewis had a brother to pass away this weekend and his funeral service will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3:00PM from the funeral home in Robertsdale.  Pray for these folks as well as those battling cancer. 

I pray that you will have a great Monday with Jesus. 



Written by Teddie in: Daily |

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  • T. Garrett Wright says:

    Wow, what a bold move. How wonderful that such a ministry was started with a unanimous vote! I look forward to hearing updates about the new ministry.

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