Tuesday, May 3, 2011

It Is Finished!

Well, I never intended to leave that last post lingering out there so long. I haven't disappeared. I'm just spread a little thinner than usual these days, if that's possible. Before I get back to work, though, I wanted to share here what the Lord is doing at the amazing fellowship where our family worships with truly some of the most amazing people I've ever met, or not met, as is sometimes the case in a plus-size church. (I never liked the term "megachurch".)

It is my pleasure to tell you once again that we were once lost, sinners separated from our loving Creator, who out of love for us and desiring to demonstrate His own Glory sent His one perfect son to be an ultimate sacrifice to die in our place and pay the penalty we would never be able to pay fully, that we might be reconciled to Him. Believe it, and partake of the eternal banquet. The work is done; it is finished!

Watch this recap of what the Lord has done here in our city, as accompanied by the ridiculously talented Matt Papa, who leads worship for our newest worship venue. Love this video; it pumps me up. Oh, and I got to be a baptism counselor. I was so excited, I literally jumped and dropped the diaper bag when I was asked. I managed to not cry all over the darling girl who was professing to me her love and devotion to Jesus. Precious!

Summit Church Easter Experience from The Summit Church on Vimeo.


  1. I have cried, in celebration, everytime I have watched the video. I love it!

    And I'll let Spence know to sign you up for counseling the next time ;)

  2. Courtney, I totally don't know how the baptism counselors keep it together. It's just so moving to me to be a part of seeing His precious people set free.

  3. Sweet post! I love that song. I've missed seeing you friend. I hope you are doing well!

  4. Katie, I have wanted to ask you about y-guides. Maybe I'll find your phone number and give you a ring. If you go to family worship let's meet up early and try to talk. Or call me, my phone decided to go crazy and I lost all the phone numbers.
    God bless you, Maritza