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Pastor's Weekly Notes (Page 18)

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The Weekly Note is Pastor Stertzbach’s summary of the ministry. This is an update on the services, the attendance, the weather, and other musings of Pastor reflecting how the Sunday services stirred the hearts of the people toward the things of the Lord.

 

February 7, 2016

Warm greetings from 80 degree Tucson!  🙂 I hope you had a good Super Bowl Sunday at your place.  We surely did.  🙂 Our attendance yesterday was dismal in the Am (81), but everything else was sterling!   There was a vibrant presence of the Holy Spirit; I was surprised that someone did not respond to the Gospel, but then, they still may.  The…

January 31, 2016

Greetings from Bethel in Tucson, I hope this note find you well & encouraged in the Lord!  There is so much illness & discouragement in the world today.  But our hope is in the Lord not in the things in this old world.  We MUST keep looking upward & not be dissuaded by the ugliness & evil around us.  God is Faithful!…

January 24, 2016

Greetings again from warm Tucson!  It has been a couple of weeks since I updated you on Bethel Baptist.  I was in Ohio, Wisconsin, & Illinois on an emergency trip for my elderly mother & I spoke at a Pastor & Deacon Retreat at Camp Joy.  So it has been an eventful couple of weeks for me at least. 🙂  But I…

December 20, 2015

Merry Christmas to you!  I imagine that you had a good day in the Lord at your place of worship yesterday as we did.  The weather was cool (for us), but perfect in sunshine.  And the exodus to the relatives’ homes did not begin until after the morning service.  So it was a delightful day for which I truly praise the Lord!…

December 13, 2015

Merry Christmas to all of our friends!  We rejoice in the blessed virgin birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.  PTL for such a miraculous event for us all. We had our annual Christmas Choir & Drama Performance this weekend.  On Friday night we had 92 & the Sunday evening performance was packed out with 125.  Because we tear down the chairs & use tables…