Good day! Hope everyone is off to a good start or end to their day. Forgive me for the lack of a blog last week as I traveled to Las Mesitas Honduras to continue the partnership with a wonderful family God has radically saved and is now growing.
Our students had a huge part in our going this year! This past year during DNOW Weekend our students along with some other groups gave towards building a church shelter in this village, at the home of a family we met several years ago. Our students raised roughly $1800 which paid for this church. Last week I, along with 3 other folks, were able to go and build this church as well as spend some great time in the Word with believers in the village. I've attached a video of the structure and a picture of the family, forgive the movie quality. Please continue to pray for God's grace and provision in Las Mesitas.
Last night we continued our look at the Apostle's Creed and our God, the maker of heaven and earth. What we believe carries great weight in how we live. It really does influence everything though we may not always admit it. Going along with that is the importance of viewing and believing God to be the maker of all that was made. The impact is huge and last night we looked at this.
I've posted the notes and outline below along with a video from Ignitor Media that helps clear up the topic of our God being incomprehensible. This thought only adds to the blowing of my mind as I consider this huge God wanting to know me. He invites me in but in my mind we shouldn't be on the same planet.
This big God is a personal God....and I, through Christ, can know Him. God is maker of heaven and earth and this a simple, yet huge fact, should change everything about my life.
Wanted to let you all know of a cool event coming up on November 1st. We are going to be at The Padgett's house for a time to hang out. We'll have details out later but hopefully your student and even you plan to come! We'll have some corn hole, ultimate frisbee and of course fire!
Why a blog?
A great way for parents and ministry to connect and continue the conversation of what's going on at The Rock.