Sunday Reflections

It was another great day at Apex Baptist. I am very thankful for the privilege of being the Pastor of this church. I am very grateful for the love that so many church members have showered on my family during these recent weeks of transition. You have brought meals, given gift cards, helped us learn your names and welcomed us to the community. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

As I think back on today, I cannot help but think about all the guests I met in the guest reception area today. One church family brought 3 unchurched families to church with them today. That’s incredible! As I walked through the halls, many other families introduced me to their neighbors and co-workers that they had invited. It is crazy how many people are moving into the area and are looking for a church home. I pray they find their home at Apex Baptist Church.

The 10:45am service was electric. It was very special to be able to dedicate baby Caleb along with his parents, Ken and Jen. Our church is blessed with so many young families and God has given us so many young families in our community. I pray we can be an authentic church and reach out to these children and their parents. I am excited to see how we can pass down the faith in the days ahead.

I am also thankful today for the over 250 people who volunteer each Sunday at our church. Today was a great day and it is incredible to serve along side so many faithful volunteers. Our security/medical team had to fly into action today and did a great job dealing with a medical emergency that happened today in one of our life groups. Every volunteer plays an important role in making Sundays happen. I am thankful to be on a TEAM of people serving Christ and advancing his Gospel.

I am already excited to see what God is going to do next Sunday!

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