The Fall Stewardship campaign report from Kent Jagnow, Church Treasurer, thankfully shows a growth in pledges for 2018. Extravagant Generosity Ministry encourages growth in other ways at the beginning of a new year.
Consider servanthood, the growing of our hearts in serving our Lord by the giving of our time and talents to help others.
You are invited to share your giftedness at the all-church mission project Serving Our Neighbors (SON) on July 26-29. Young and old, singles and families alike will find ways to enjoy serving at this event. What an opportunity to share in the vision of this church by reaching out to the neighbors around us in Jesus’ name!
Bonus: Serving is a spiritual discipline, and growth in this area will help one grow as a disciple.
adapted from Stride: Creating a Discipleship Pathway for Your Church (Abingdon Press, 2017) by Mike Schreiner and Ken Willard. Used by permission
Holland FUMC needs and appreciates your time, talents and treasures given in service ministries to others.
Jan Sampson, Extravagant Generosity Leader