There is nothing like waking up to some cooler weather! I hope you are able to enjoy it today.

I thought I would share a verse from the Psalms this morning. I would encourage you go read the entire Psalm.

In Psalm 27:4 David writes:

“One thing have I asked of the Lord,
that will I seek after:
that I may dwell in the house of the Lord
all the days of my life,
to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord
and to inquire in his temple.”

I am always blown away by the singular focus of David in this psalm and in this season of his life. His desire is for constant communion with the Lord. This is an encouragement and a challenge to me today; to press into Him. With so many other things that apparently need to get done or must get finished, there is this reminder. My life’s singular aim is to know Him and make Him known; to dwell in the house of the Lord.

Here is the latest news around the Park:

Baptisms 10.28.12: Join us on this Sunday afternoon as we celebrate baptisms at Jeff and Jana Galt’s home from 4-7pm. This is a great time of fellowship and food as well. It’s not too late to sign up! If you have never been baptized and want to make this public profession of your faith, email Scott at scott@theparksa.org.

Online Giving: People tend to ask us how to give financially at the Park. Since we don’t pass a plate, you can drop your donation in the box as you come into the cafeteria on Sundays. Or, you can give online at www.theparksa.org. Thank you for giving financially! If you have questions email Chris at chris@theparksa.org.

Volunteering on Sundays: As our community continues to grow, there are always needs with regard to volunteering on Sundays. We ask people for a once-a-month commitment to reinforce the fact that your primary ministry exists outside of Sunday mornings. If we all take one Sunday per month, we can keep that focus alive. Interested to jump in on Sundays in Family Ministries or Set-Up/Take-down? Email Scott at scott@theparksa.org.

Romans Teaching Series: Check out Romans 10 for this coming Sunday. A great way to get more out of the message is to read before coming. So, read chapter 10 several times before Sunday. Go!

 

Staff Highlight:

At the Park, all of our staff people are bi-vocational and we want to support them in any way possible. So, we will be letting you know who these amazing people are and what they do. Help us spread the word on these folks!

Kyle Isenhower is one of the Co-Founders of the Park and also runs his own production business called Isenhower Productions. Kyle has created much of the content you see on Sundays and can usually be found by the sound board and computers. He is extremely talented, creative, and professional. He designed our current website which is amazing and easy to navigate.

If you haven’t met Kyle on a Sunday, you should change that this week!

Find out more about Kyle’s work at: http://www.isenhowerproductions.com/

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you at 10am at Huebner Elementary this Sunday!

Chris

 

 

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