Leadership Notes

August 14, 2019


Leadership Notes


Last Saturday, Lori and I went with our son and granddaughters to Greenfield Village. They couldn't have picked a better day. It was an iconic Michigan mid-summer day. Greenfield Village is so sprawling it doesn't feel crowded when it's crowded. It was bustling with activity and opportunities to engage history.


It set me to thinking about how blessed we are to live is such a great state. There is so much to do here. Beauty abounds. As we spent our Saturday enjoying each other's company and our surroundings, I took more than a moment or two to thank God for that day. Michigan is a treasure.


Fall is not too far off. We have four more Sundays of 10:00 a.m. worship. Our last Sunday, September 8, will end with a back-to-fall brunch. I think it's going to be a potluck. I can already taste the cinnamon rolls. September 15 kicks-off 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. worship, with education hour for all ages beginning at 9:45. How I love the rhythms of life!


Be of Good Cheer,


Richard

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