Pastor Jim – Letting It Flow

23
Jul

Pastor Jim – Letting It Flow

As I am writing this e-news, outside my window there are trucks and asphalt machines digging out some of the big potholes at the South entrance of the church!

The goal is to not only fix the holes, but to create a pathway for heavy rain to make it’s way into the sewer system.

Last night Keith Tally and I sat in an open house meeting for the future reconstruction of 18th Avenue. It is going to be a huge multi-million dollar project! The plan is to widen the road, create turning lanes, add roundabouts, and allow some kind of access for pedestrians to walk at a safe distance from the road. They estimate this will be done in 2017/2018.

Last Sunday we continued with our DIY series titled “Sparky”.  What a powerful illustration to know that Jesus has the power to “Flip Your Switch”.  If you haven’t had a chance to watch it, you can view it right here!

This Sunday we will continue with “DIY” by looking at the role of the plumber. We have chosen to call it “Plumbing 101 – Let It Flow“.

The role of the plumber is to contain the flow of water and not allow it to leak or get plugged up.

 

Sometimes our spiritual plumbing gets stuck or we have a leak and life becomes difficult. Really, plumbing is all about water!  Is the water able to flow freely without restrictions?

I hope that you can make it this weekend as we discuss this simple yet powerful topic.

Who knows, it could change your life for eternity!

Pastor Jim

 

Photo taken by T.Voekler on August 15, 2007. Used by Permission under Wikimedia Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

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Rochester Assembly

4240 18th Avenue NW
Rochester, MN 55901
507.288.0868

Services on Sundays:

8:00 AM Traditional Church Experience
9:30 AM Modern Church Experience
11:00 AM Modern Church Experience

Wednesday Activities:

7:00 PM Weekly
Adult bible studies available
Teens meet in the Sanctuary
Check in required for children 5th grade and under