A Big Fat Thank You

Working Hands

Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.
(1 Peter 4:10)

Just wanted to take a moment to reflect and give thanks for all the people who are serving and sacrificing for our new church home.

Thank you to everyone that…

…pulled a nail, swept a floor, ripped out carpet, scraped up glue, rewired a wall, taped sheet rock, painted a wall, inhaled dust, crawled around in the attic, scrubbed a toilet, laid a tile, moved pipes, built a wall, lifted a box, hauled garbage, answered an alarm, met with a contractor/designer/inspector, mowed a lawn, changed a door, baked cookies, delivered pizza, cleaned a cabinet, organized a cupboard, washed a window, prayed… or loved on a tired grouchy person that did the above on their own time, after their primary job, when they would have rather been doing their own thing.

Thank you for doing a God thing. He noticed it, and so did the rest of the family.


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