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If you're unable to join us in-person on Sunday morning, then we look forward to you joining us this way instead.
7 August 2022 at 10:30am. Morning Worship: Future Builders - Seeing the Bigger Picture
14 August 2022 at 10:30am. 2nd Sunday Celebration: Jesus Loves the Bad Guys followed by a Corps Lunch
21 August 2022 at 10:30am. Morning Worship led by Major Maureen Wiffin
28 August 2022 at 10:30am. Morning Worship led by David & Antonette Roestoff
14 - 19 August. Divisional Summer Camp. Please pray for Tiegan and all the young people who will be attending.
1 September. 2:00pm. Ecumenical Service marking the Season of Creation. St. Joseph’s Church. If someone is available to pray on behalf of our congregation, please see me as soon as possible (I am on furlough that day).
5 September. 7:30-9:00pm. Leadership Team Meeting at the Hall
10 September. 6:00pm. Divisional Welcome Meeting to New Officers in our Hall
18 September. 11:30am-3:30pm. Family Fun Day in Grenfell Park
A few years ago, I went to see the optician about my eyes. My vision had become very blurry, particularly if I had been reading for some time. The optician noticed there had been quite a large deterioration since my last visit. I asked her if I should be worried. “No,” said the 12-year old-looking optician. “It’s just your age!”
Reflecting on it later, I’m not sure if I left the store offended most by her flippant remark about my age, or the second mortgage-type fee I had to pay for the privilege of hearing it!
I get very frustrated if I can’t see clearly. As Future Builders, it is important we can clearly see God’s vision for us and for our church. Sometimes, that means lifting our eyes from our every day cares and looking into the future, asking God to show us how things could and should be.
Perhaps we can all ask God over the coming week to open our eyes to his vision for us. As we do so, he will supply us with the wisdom we need to face the future.
On Sunday, Nehemiah’s story will help us to see the bigger picture God has for us. You can continue to reflect on the story during the week through the Battle Drill devotionals. There's a new episode of Battle Drill Devotional every Monday through Friday. Head to https://battledrilldevotional.podbean.com for more details and to subscribe to the podcast wherever you get your podcasts or you can catch up with us on the Battlefield Resources Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/battlefieldresources. Like the page and get a notification when a new episode drops or sign up to be sent an email - http://eepurl.com/h2FPND.
Captain Rob Westwood-Payne
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