Buck Grove Baptist Church
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Glorifying God by Changing Lives for Christ

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Pastor David Campbell

 
 

 

 
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
 
     Well, a new year has arrived!  What are you going to do with it? There was a woman who poured an expensive bottle of perfume on the head of our Lord. Those around thought she wasted it. 
Jesus had another opinion. He said, “She has done what she could …” (Mark 14:8 NASB95). In Galatians 6:10 Paul writes, “So then, while we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, and especially to those who are of the household of the faith” (NASB95).
 
      As members of Buck Grove, I want to impress upon you the responsibility you have to minister to the rest of the body of believers. We desperately need men and women who will minister to children in the name of Christ and with his love. I am thankful for those who faithfully do so week after week, but we can use more, especially on Wednesday evenings and in the extended session during the Sunday morning service. Roger would love to have more of you join the music ministry and participate where you can and according to your talents and gifts. There is always something at the church that needs fixing. If you are handy with tools and know how to repair, install, spruce up, please, let Bro. Dave know. We need Bible teachers, people who can lead a class in the study of God’s Word. Techs are needed to help with operating the audio and video equipment. I have just scratched the surface of what we need.  If you can do it, we probably need it.
 
     Well, time is a gift, a precious and costly gift. Some would think it foolish to waste it on the church.  But Jesus has another opinion. Oh, that he could say of us with the time he gives us this year, “They have done what good they could.” Please prayerfully consider how you can minister to the body of Christ here at Buck Grove, and then by his grace and for his glory do what you can. 
 
God be with you, Bro. Dave

 

 

 

 

 

that whoever believes in him

should not perish but have eternal life.