Yesterday at work, I checked my mailbox and found an invitation to our church's annual Volunteer Appreciation Day dinner. I'm allowed to bring a guest, though Narrah, our administrator, says with sufficient notice--RSVP Nov. 30--I can bring more than one guest. My church has provided us with a turkey and fixings for Thanksgiving, as we are planning to have several guests at home for our first-ever T-Day at home. Well, when I got to a point in my work where I could stop and tell C.J. and Diane the news, all of a sudden they were very interested in going to the dinner; when they told Becky, she also wants to go, and not only that, they all want to volunteer at my church, and attend as well! And Becky at least was brought up Catholic; I don't know about C.J. and Diane, but God is no respecter of persons, right? There is, after all, one God. I don't know if Kristina has been told about it yet, so if she's home, I'll see if she also wants to attend. Over the past year, C.J. and Diane have seen God at work in me, and that made the difference. C.J. and Diane had been talking about going back to their old church, but they decided to come to mine.
CAN I HEAR A HALLELUJAH , LORD?
CAN I GET A WITNESS HERE?