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Due to the holiday, we will not post discussion questions this week or next week. Small groups will begin an alignment January 7-8 using Pastor’s new book Called Out. You can pick up your copy (FREE!) at each campus beginning December 17th-18th.
Christmas is quickly approaching. For most, it’s a time of joy, celebration, and wonder. It is a time to come together with family and friends to celebrate the birth of our savior with a spirit of peace and love. Join us as we celebrate with families in need and show them the love and generosity of Jesus. You may never know how your gift has impacted the lives of children and their families. Share the love and hope that Jesus brought with those that need it most. Stop by the tree in the lobby beginning, Nov. 11th & 12th, and choose your tag. The simple act of giving a gift can change the world of a child.
Making it to the mountaintop takes sacrifice and surrender, but it is the place that we will see God’s vast vision for Tennessee.
Endurance-the capacity of something to last or to withstand wear and tear. Those who endure till the end of life’s race will be saved.
Today’s project was to pour concrete for the roof of the guard shack. This was a multi-step process that involved the entire team. The first part consisted of shoveling sand and stone into approximately 9 wooden boxes, which were then lifted and pour into the concrete mixer. Water and cement were then added and mixed in. The cement was then poured into a wheelbarrow, shoveled into buckets and handed from person to person up to the roof where it was poured and smoothed out. It rained off and on throughout the morning, which we were very grateful for, as it kept us cool. For lunch the lovely ladies in the kitchen made a “Jamaican pizza”, which was a cornmeal crust topped with bacon, hotdogs, and peppers.