Sunday, April 5, 2009

Sunday Evening Reflections

Wow, what a day! We had two very incredible services today at The Journey. We had two great crowds at both campuses and it was apparent that God's Spirit was moving and at work. I am so jacked up right thinking about Easter. I cannot wait for next Sunday to come. It is going to be one of the greatest days in Journey history. Invite, invite, invite. We are anticipating our largest crowds ever this coming Sunday. You do not want to be late because the seats will be filling fast, not to mention, you don't want to miss the opening part of service.

Here are a couple of highlights from the day that stood out to me:

#1 - by far the most crazy thing that happened was at the Providence Campus. During the middle of my message the fire alarm went off. We finished the message and service in the parking lot - in chairs. I have got to take my hat off to the Providence leadership team for the way they handled the situation. They were prepared and did a great job keeping everything moving forward. I was very proud that our church was able to move past a distraction to continue our mission. Turns out, the fire alarm wasn't pulled and there was no was a "power surge" a.k.a. the enemy

#2 - the worship team from both campuses did a stellar job leading us into worship. Worship was very powerful and uplifting to our King today

#3 - the tech team got my mic fixed at the West Campus and we had no distracting noises or moments when it muted out...they also had a temporary screen ready to go until we get the projector back this week

#4 - all of the doorknockers for the Everyday Jesus series got picked up to be handed out this week...awesome! Way to go Journey Church

#5 - seeing the hands that were lifted at the end of service indicating that people have friends, family, and acquaintances that they plan to invite and want prayer for

Pray big prayers this week everyone! Let's pray for God to show up in a powerful way next Sunday. Let's pray for those who will be invited and let's pray for those who will come. Let Holy Week begin!

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