Sunday @ Fellowship Church

Hope everyone’s weekend was spectacular.  Mine was superb.  We had my mother in-law, sister in-law, and my niece and nephew here for the weekend.  They came in late Saturday night, but we had a blast for a few hours.  We got some tie-dying done.  That was fun…messy, but fun.  I’ll be sporting some of the apparel in service next week.

I’m not like most guys, as I actually like my entire family of in-laws.  They’re a trip to be with.

So, back to the lecture at  hand…

Fellowship church was amazing today.  We were down two critical people today.  Our pastor, Marty, and his wife Carie.  wile they were both greatly missed, the service was great.  And on a side note, I have to assume that a Pastor must feel very satisfied and proud that the ministry will continue, and be done with excellence, even in his absence.  That’s pretty much the goal here at Fellowship Church.  No ministry will ever be successful based on the performance or involvement of one person.  A truly successful ministry will always continue to thrive, even when the current leader passes from the scene.

Now that that rambling is done.  Fellowship Church Band rocked the house with Song of Hope, followed by a great video by 963 coffee, and a welcome from our Pastor, which he prerecorded.   It was like having him there, but not?!!?  It was cool.  BTW if you don’t know anything about 963 Coffee, check them out here.  They’re doing some pretty amazing things in world missions.  And their coffee is incredible.

After a few more songs from the band, Jason Destratis brought an incredible message titled “Live Generously, which is from our current series “Live Different.”  We ended the service with a rendition of LifeSong.  It was a fantastic Sunday.  We hung out for a while after service, for a bit of “fellowship” (Pun Intended) you might say.  There was a splendid coffee tasting, which I highly recommend to any church or organization that is looking for new coffee for a cafe or just to serve every week.

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