February Reminders

I’m so thankful for the time of prayer and fasting we had over the last several weeks and pray you were as blessed by it as I was. I continue to hear testimonies of answered prayer and I’m confident these are only the beginning. One of my favorite prayer promises is Ephesians 3:20-21: “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.” This is a verse that Tammy and I have been praying over our church family and we continue to pray over you. The best is yet to come! He can do exceedingly, abundantly above all we could ask or think in any situation we face!

Here are a couple reminders for you as we go into this next week:

– Wear your favorite team apparel this Sunday! It can be a baseball team, football team, hockey, team, etc. It’s just a way to have a little fun on Super Bowl Sunday.

– If you are not in a group, we have some great options available. You can go to www.libertylive.church/groups and find a group that is a great fit for you.

– The deadline to sign up for the Israel trip is Tuesday, February 9. Because the country is not open just yet, only the deposit is due. Final payment will not be due until we know for sure we are able to go.

– If you have not yet been back to Sunday services in-person, come on back! Of course, we understand those who need to stay home for health reasons, but if you are able, there’s nothing like worshipping together in-person! We sanitize, physical distance, and encourage everyone to wear masks. You will be blessed by coming back to God’s house and gathering together with other believers.

I’m so thankful to be the Pastor of Liberty! Tammy and I love serving the Lord with you here in Hampton Roads!

May God bless you!

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