{Son}day – Called to Serve

51 years ago, John F. Kennedy
gave his inaugural address which included
these well-known words,
“…my fellow Americans:
ask not what your country can do for you…
ask what you can do for your country.”

I think the same kind of wisdom can
and should be applied to God’s church today.

Ask not what your church can do for you;
ask what you can do for your church.

 Imagine what your church
{and the neighborhood it serves}
could be like, 51 years from today,
if every God-fearing member
committed to asking themselves,
not what their church could do for them,
but what they could do for their church…
and then did it.


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  1. Perfectly said.Have a wonderful day.

  2. Really great post, our Pastor just this morning was preaching on Lost and Found and how Jesus dined and visited with sinners. Its our job to go out and compel them to come, its’ our responsibility to reach out. Ann from Tin and Sparkle

  3. Good post sweetie. Good reminder.
    Hard when your church thinks building a parking lot is more important than people.

    hugs and blessings
    barbara jean

  4. Very true, Angie. Very well said.

  5. Very true, Angie. Very well said.

  6. That would truly be GLORIOUS! But, until then, we listen and obey, even if not another person steps forward to do their share! And we do so with grace and a cheerful heart! Singing and making melody [which is really difficult for those around me, ’cause I’m tone deaf]!Good word, Angie!

  7. So true!

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