MCF – It’s been a few weeks since we updated you on the life of the church. There has been quite a bit going on. So here we go:
- We made our third trip to Charlottesville, visiting the University of Virginia Hospital with Brother Brian for his second check up on this knew. Progress is slow but in the right direction.
- We reported recently that we had our first visitor to the site from Russia, and now our first from Puerto Rico today. As our ministry reaches into more and more countries and communities, we praise the Lord for enabling us to be His hands and feet.
- Brother Thom has been on Christmas break from video production. But there is good news, the rest of our video equipment was delivered by Santa and he will be gearing up soon. More equipment means better quality.
- Podcasts are coming on a variety of topics. Yes, Santa delivered the podcast equipment too. We are excited about this medium that will help us reach a wider audience. We will be available on iTunes.
- The Studio. Work is in progress on the new video production studio that will also support podcasts. Stay tuned for a video tour.
- We had the opportunity to meet for food and fellowship Christmas Eve, following services at Discover Church in Chesapeake. We were joined by two couples from the Methodist church making our time together all the more enjoyable.
- Brother Mark is gearing up for another Kairos Prison Ministry weekend. More to come on that.
- Our Prayer Warriors have been busy this Holiday season. There are many needs in our community both locally and nationally. If you have a need please let us know.
In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. Matthew 5:16
There is no question that we give all the glory to God. He has done so much thru us in such a short period of time. Friday the 27th of December marks our 100th day of ministry on this site. We never could have imagined we would be reaching not only a national audience, but international audience. God is good, all the time.
May the Peace of Jesus Christ be with you…