Thursday, December 20, 2012

This Week @ Twin Cities Church - A Message of Hope

Hey Everyone,

As we celebrate Christmas, I want to share some thoughts to inspire you for what God has in store for your future. I believe that hope in Jesus Christ is the seed, the beginning of every good thing in our lives. Hope gives birth to a new way of living. It always believes for the best, even in the face of the worst circumstances.

You can have hope today -- no matter what surrounds you -- because you serve a mighty God who cares, who knows you by name (Isaiah 45:3), who understands the desires of your heart (1 Chronicles 28:9), who knew you even before you were formed in your mother's womb (Jeremiah 1:5).

Let me encourage you as we look forward to 2013. It's time to look up and keep hope alive in your life! If you are facing setbacks that are overwhelming, you can still have hope! God is for you, not against you. His resources are endless, and His love knows no bounds. You can never buy hope in a time of crisis, but I am positive of this . . . you can give it away.

Every weekend, we "give away" the message of hope in Christ to those who need it most. In fact, that's what we get to do every day. And, I'm so grateful for you and all you do to spread the one true hope along with us.

Thank you for being a part of Twin Cities Church. I'm so glad you are here. I pray for you, your family, your circumstances. I pray you will grow more and more to be like Jesus. I pray you will encounter God, experience community and extend compassion.

Will you let me know how I can pray for you specifically? Just hit reply and share your story. As we begin a new year of ministry, I want to make sure we deal with the situations you face. I want to make sure we help you overcome the barriers that have you stuck. I want to help you with the confidence you need to share your love for Jesus with others.

I'm thankful for you and the hope we share in Jesus Christ.

Merry Christmas!

Pastor Ron

You are invited to attend Twin Cities Church Twentieth Annual Community Christmas Eve Services!

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