Archive for October, 2006

The bid is in…

October 27th, 2006

October 27th has finally arrived and our bid is turned in!!!
All bids were due at noon (GMT) today. I don’t know how many bids were turned in or what the offers are. I do know that many people from church showed up in the cold and rain this morning to pray before classes […]

PLEASE PRAY!

October 24th, 2006

This Friday at noon all bids are to be in for the purchase of our old church building.  We are praying for a miracle.  Please intercede with me, that God would move and we would get the building!

Re:Hope in transition…

October 16th, 2006

I love the people in our church!!!
Things couldn’t be more different for our church these last two weeks. We used to be in a huge church building with room to grow. Now we are in a smaller back room of a newer church building with a ceiling you can touch. We have […]

Want to know about the Church?

October 13th, 2006

Stephen Irwin has the best blog I have seen pertaining to what is happening at Re:Hope. He has some great pictures of us moving and our temporary meeting place.
Check out his blog HERE
or go to www.irwinvision.com

Because I’m Fast…

October 11th, 2006

My son received his football (US – Soccer) shirt yesterday just before practice. After practice he ran up and told me, “Only the fast boys get football shirts because we are fast.” I thought it funny how after just 1 hour of having his jersey he thinks he earned it because of how […]

The Revival of Evil…

October 7th, 2006

Last Sunday a man I had never met before approached me at church. Apparently he was doing some research for the Church of Scotland about reaching the emerging generation. When he looked around our church he was struck at how many young people there were and he said, “Most ministers say that the […]

Quick Update

October 3rd, 2006

We have a temporary home!  The great people at Partick South Church are letting us use some rooms on Sunday afternoon and are even giving us some storage space a mere half mile down the road.  I personally am so thankful to them for their flexibility and generosity.
The old church building has a closing date […]