For years, I felt God nudging me to get better connected to the church, but I made no effort. Last year God presented the opportunity to use my professional background to serve the church; I could no longer ignore God’s nudging.
However, it was the welcoming words of the people and the worshipful music that felt inviting to me. Janet was drawn to the solid Bible teaching right away. Both of us have gotten involved in serving.
The LIFE Group has been one which has truly shown me what it means to have sisters in Christ, especially during trying times. I have been growing spiritually in learning more about the Bible, practicing prayer, and integrating God into my life past the "Sunday Christian."
I am writing to encourage you in your work as a nurse in these difficult and demanding days. Nursing is a high and holy calling and your work is a ministry that reflects the care and compassion of God.
I have been a believer and actively reading the word of God for the last five years but had never read the entire Bible.
My LIFE Group has been the means of me getting to know women who have known Jesus for a lot longer than I have.
If the doctors and nurses can’t protect themselves, and contract the virus, a bad situation, will only turn worse. It’s the least I could do.
Collectively, they’ve created 32 homemade masks that Amy dropped off at the Lutheran Home this week. They are planning to create many more for others.
As soon as I walked in the door, I experienced this overwhelming feeling of love. The first thing I thought was, “This is the church for me.”