Pastor's Corner


Here you can find updates and blog posts from Pastor Rob Burns. 

This page will be updated bimonthly with news and devotionals

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being flexible

September 7, 2017

    "Who Moved My Pulpit?"  That's the name of a very good book by Thom Rainer which speaks to the need for change  in our churches to keep up with changes in our communities. Thom says, "Change is absolutely necessary in our churches." Of course Thom is referring to changes in our methods, not in our message.

    I agree with Mr. Rainer. The message of the church is always the same. It is the simple gospel. Jesus is the only way to eternal and abundant life. The words of Peter are still true when he said, "Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life" (John 6:68). 

     The message is always the same but the methods of reaching people for Christ need to change to reach an ever changing culture. So, in our churches, let's be flexible with our methods to be more effective in reaching our communities with the message.

    I look forward to seeing you this Sunday in worship.


Expecting God's Best,

Bro Rob

Serving Christ joyfully

A disciple of Christ enjoys serving Christ. 

A disciple sees himself as a servant following the example of Christ. Jesus himself said, "I have set you an example that you should do as I have done" (John 13:15)

The disciple finds joy in serving Christ because he is serving the highest of all causes which is

the cause of Christ.  


Thom Rainer, in his book "I Will", says "It is time for a change among church members around the world to seek to serve rather than seek to be served.

Are you joyfully serving Christ? I f not I hope

you will begin  today!

a PRESSURE POINT

September 14, 2017

     Pressure in life is something everyone feels. Pressure comes from many different areas of our lives. Pressure can have negative impacts on our lives such as anxiety, heath problems, and withdrawal among others. We may even allow life's pressures to drive us away from God instead of closer to God.

    Jesus faced pressure but even in his pressure he was always close to the Father. Spending solitary time in prayer was a habit of Jesus. In Mark 1:35 we read, "Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed."

    I encourage you to see your pressures as an opportunity to draw closer to God. Only he gives us our needed strength and peace to handle life's pressures.

    I look forward to seeing you in worship this Sunday.
Bro Rob

 


 


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