Thanksgiving is now less than 24 hours away (or maybe it’s already passed if you don’t open your email first thing Wednesday morning–anxiously awaiting my midweek update). And I know for many of us, this week is one in which we are extra mindful of all that we have to be thankful for. I’m glad for that. Gratitude is such a potent medicine for our hearts and for our souls.
And as I reflect on all that I have to be grateful for this week, I have to say, I truly am grateful for each and every one of you. Five years ago, I never could have imagined all that we have accomplished together in the name of Jesus. So let me just say “THANK YOU” to you today.
Thanks to every one of you who walks through our doors every week.
Thanks to every one of you who calls Midcurrent home.
Thanks to every one of you who serves.
Thanks to every one of you who sacrifices.
Thanks to every one of you leads.
Thanks to every one of you who invites.
Thanks to every one of you who prays.
Thanks to every one of you who gives back to the work God is doing here.
With God’s help, we truly have created a place where real people and real God meet. And there is no greater joy than watching more and more of you take another step in a real relationship with Him.
We are better together, friends. And we really couldn’t do it without you. So let me say once more: Thank you.
Have a great week. Eat lots of food. Watch lots of football. Take lots of naps.
And then head on back to Midcurrent on Sunday morning as I bring a close to our series, If I Could Edit the Bible.
9:00am and 10:30am // 200 First Street // YouTube.com/MidcurrentChurch
P.S. I want to remind you that you have just one week left to participate in the giving challenge I threw out this month. For every new (or increased) recurring giving plan created in the month of November, we’ll take that first month’s donation and send 100% of it right back out the doors to people and places that God cares deeply about. I’d love to see that check we write get bigger, and you’ve got one more week to help make that happen.