A Note From Pastor Lee
Does it feel like fall yet? Some October days come in crisp and cool, while others make you think summer is hanging around for a last hurrah.
September 17 was a very nice day of fellowship marking the anniversary of Stockton’s founding. Debbie and I enjoyed meeting folks we hadn’t met yet, and we all enjoyed a great lunch together. Good people, good food!
September 24, we began Wednesday night Bible studies after the 6:00 pm dinner. (I think you know the meal routine and how to indicate that you are attending.) I will start off with a study called Jesus, the Compassionate, but I want to know what Bible books or topics you may have recently studied on Wednesdays, and what topics or Bible books are of interest to you now. We’ll explore God’s word together and draw life applications relevant for today.
Habits are interesting. We all develop habits. Many are helpful and save us time and energy by allowing us to be more efficient in executing life tasks. Other habits are not good because they are some forms of addiction which do harm. -- Do you have a Church Habit? Why, or why not? That’s a good habit, for sure. A steady diet of worship, learning, and fellowship feeds our spirits and informs our minds so that we can be more like Jesus. He is the perfect model of what we are all intended to be.
I hope you are enjoying the email notes I am sending out Monday through Thursday. Don’t hesitate to reply, if you wish, or to send me information about a need you or another Stockton member might have. That would be helpful. I am blessed by the connections I am making with you already.