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The 167: June 20, 2019

Tomorrow is the first day of summer!  We just finished our 6-week spring series that was focused on what we mean when we say those first four words of our mission statement: “We are a community…” (If you missed any of those messages, you can always catch up here.) As we move into summertime, I want to encourage us to intentionally and fully live into this call of being the missional community that God has called and created us to be.

I invite you to read these two verses through the lens of our recent series: “Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” (Hebrews 10:24-25)

What are some ways that you can “spur” others on during this summer season (OR…in what ways are you perhaps needing to be spurred on)?  What does it look like during a Pacific Northwest summer to “not give up meeting together”?  If summer travel plans have you away for a few Sundays, how might you be able to be intentional about still staying connected with the Creekside community?  What kind of “love and good deeds” with your neighbors/co-workers might be especially an option because of the nature of summertime?  While schools go on summer break, the mission of God’s Kingdom never takes a break.  It just sometimes needs to be contextualized to the season we find ourselves in. 🙂 So, I encourage all of us to prayerfully consider what our part looks like in our community (especially during the 167) as we head into these summer months.

~ Pastor Mark

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