Greetings to you all,
Months ago, Mark Brown believed that God was leading us to walk through the book of Nehemiah together.
Now that I’ve spent some time in the big picture, I (we) believe that this is truly God’s timing for us at Trinity. The themes of this book are about turning to God in prayer, being God’s people, the need for every person to ‘take their place at the wall,’ and seeing God work in ways only He can do. Could God be shaping us for a great work?
Last week, the elders and pastors of Trinity met for a time of prayer and seeking God. We can all sense that God is calling on us to follow Him and follow Him together. There is a great passion to pursue unity, teamwork, and the valuing of every person.
This week is very important to our Trinity family. We are asking people to be “all in” with our prayer focus.
So Please read through the leaders and study guide. This is repeated below, but I don’t want you to miss the plan. It is called . . . (The # is a hash tag)
We believe God is asking us to have a focused time of prayer. For the next nine weeks, we will focus on turning to God, both individually and together. There are great needs; we are asking God to work in us, through us, and around us. We are calling this focus #TrinityPrays. Here is what we’re asking our church to do:
- Subscribe to a daily email reminder. (Go to our website beginning on Sunday)
- Pray together. “Meet me at the Wall” is a time for everyone including children to come before God. October 6, 6:00-7:30 pm, Worship Center (childcare for age 4 and under). We’re asking leaders to please come.
- Celebrate what God is doing on Thanksgiving Eve. We will focus on rejoicing in His great works. 7:00-8:30 pm, Worship Center
- Pray for one another including opportunities after every Sunday service.
Remember that God is asking us to “Invest and Invite” (last week’s call). Prayer is the beginning of us trusting in God together. So keep Invest and Invite as a theme in your lives. And join in as we ask God to empower us to do His work.
Thank you so much. May our Father work through you to feed His sheep and tend to His lambs.