Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Spirit Is Moving...

Proverbs 3:4-6 says, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all of your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your path straight."

And so it begins. The whole trusting thing. You know it's like sometimes, you fight the trust factor don't you? A couple of years ago I was continued in my ordination because I couldn't articulate in ministry terms some of my thought. It didn't take long before the lack of trust starting eating away in my soul. I prayed hard, had some conversations with God, dug deep into the scripture and fought against myself. I wanted to trust, I needed to trust and yet there were parts of me that didn't want to trust. Maybe you should throw it all away, maybe this isn't what God really has in store for you type thing...BLAH!

Obviously I moved on because I trusted that God had called me into this thing called ordained ministry and God had specific things to do within that ministry. Thank You Jesus!

Fieldstone. A place alive with the spirit. A warm place. A community dedicated to loving God and loving people, while reaching out into the community with a tangible piece of love in so many different ways.
Fieldstone. A community that has already blessed us. A gathering of people who want to know want to experience Christ in a way that transcends the mundane and mediocre, a place for you to come just like you are, be called by name and welcomed at table to experience the holy power of a "come close" God who changes us from the inside out.

It's time for us to trust in the Lord...

Speak On It....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"...transcends the mundane and mediocre..."

This is what has kept me coming to Fieldstone. I have never felt as excited about a church, or maybe any other place, as I do at Fieldstone. The people and their love remind me of Jesus and his disciples. The fellowship they shared as they went out and spread the word of the Lord is what I experience at Fieldstone every day. I imagine that if Jesus were still on Earth, Fieldstone would be his kind of church.

P.S. Never thought about that Warrant like that before. Rock on!