Midweek Mission Moment, 3/29
Thanks to all that joined us in our March MEGA Food drive, and always thank you to the San Antonio Food Bank.
Midweek Mission Moment 3/22
I am praying for you this morning…
Awhile back I was given my Dad’s old baseball glove. As I study it, I first notice how worn it is…lots of baseballs went “thud” in that glove.
And then as I look again, I notice that there are only 4 fingers on this glove! Huh? Daddy had 5 fingers. Why 4 on this weathered old mitt?
Do you ever feel like something is missing in your life? Is it strength? Confidence? Courage? Endurance? Assurance? Love? Hope? Peace? Joy?
Back to the aged, 4-finger glove…
Possibly, since our “baby finger” is the weakest part of our hand, having 2 fingers together gives added strength and support to grip the ball.
This is like one person helping another…walking the journey with them. Like God walking with us, giving us strength and support for our upward climbs. Like helping us grip the hard balls in life when they go “thud”.
“Two people are better than one, for they can help each other succeed.”
“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you may go.”
Walk to Emmaus 2022
The mission of Emmaus is to empower leaders to be the hands and feet of Christ. The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal experience intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. We were blessed to host the Koinonia group out of Hondo and Lakehills this past Thursday through Sunday at Light on the Hill at Mount Wesley. Our campus was joyful with the sound of people praying, praising, listening, learning, eating, and sleeping. This was our first Walk to Emmaus to host in two and a half years due to the pandemic.
We are so grateful to all of the unpaid servants who worked so faithfully for the last two years to clean, paint, put in new flooring, replace old electrical and plumbing fixtures so that we have a nice, fresh sleeping rooms for our guests.
We are so grateful to all of the unpaid servants who helped prep, cook, and serve delicious food throughout the retreat. We have a fantastic servant-hearted food ministry team! I hope you will prayerfully consider joining us. It is a great group!
We have five more Walks to Emmaus scheduled for 2022, at Light on the Hill at Mount Wesley that we are very excited about! We are also encouraged by a new spirit of renewal for hosting Hill Country Emmaus Walks in the near future! We will keep you posted.
Thank you so much for your prayers and encouragement as we continue the rich tradition of transformation of lives at Mount Wesley!
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