Pastor Mark's Weekly Email, Uncategorized

Guest Speaker: Pastor George Saylor

Blog banner with the image of a highway and the word: "Journey" for the study of the Book of Matthew.

This week we welcome Pastor George Saylor bringing us a message from Matthew 14:13-21 where Jesus feeds the 5,000 (probably more like 15,000).  Its a fascinating story and George will be here to help unpack it for us.  I’ve always found it interesting that when the disciples come to Jesus wondering how all these people are going to be fed, he says to them, “You feed them.”  Now that is a powerful calling he gives to the disciples!  Read the text in preparation for this coming Sunday and you will be ready to dive in.

George and I have recently become friends as we both pastor in the same region of churches from our Classis and we both share a passion for mountain biking.  George and I hit it off on our Men’s Retreat to Moab this past year and have hit some more trails together since then.  We also have some connections together through a ministry organization called the Coalition for Christian Outreach that places campus ministers on college/university campus’s in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.  This was a part of our shared past.

   
Glad to have George here at Crestview!  He currently is pastoring Apex church, a church plant in Littleton, CO.

Deone and I want to wish all of you a happy Thanksgiving.  May the Lord bless us with an attitude of gratitude for what he has done, is doing, and will continue to do in his world and in our lives together.  See you on the other side of Thanksgiving!

See you Sunday,

Pastor Mark

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