Pastor’s Perspective May 2022

Pastor’s Perspective May 2022

Pastor’s Perspective May 2022

Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the LORD, she shall be praised. (Pr. 31:30)

Hopewell, I am so thankful and grateful to God for all the favor He has bestow upon us, both individually and collectively. We are regathering at a rapid pace and with a great deal of enthusiasm. I want to again thank each of you for your faithful stewardship, fellowship, and followship which has made it all possible for us to continue to be impactful in these challenging times. As it is often said Faith honors God and God honors Faith. We have accomplished much doing this pandemic and we have much to be thankful for, however, as (Gal. 6:10) reminds us we must not become weary in well doing and while we have achieved much there is still much to do.

Hopewell as we continue to eliminate our current mortgage, we are positioning ourselves to complete the vision of building the wings. Again, I want to thank each of you for your prayers, support, and sacrificial giving. To God Be The Glory!

As we prepare to celebrate Mother’s Day on second Sunday, I want to encourage everyone who is still blessed to have your mother with you, to please do something unexpected and extremely special for Her. And for those of us whose mothers have transitioned and are with the Lord, let us find great comfort in the pleasant memories we have of them. As Solomon declare A woman (Mother) that fears the LORD should be Praise. So, let us express our love and do everything within our means to make our Mothers feel like The Matriarchs they are.

Also, I am excited to announce that we will be doing something special for the Women Who Love Like Mothers in our congregation. There are women among us who nurture and sow into the lives of many children and we want to start celebrating them. I want to thank Sis. Alene Stanley for recognizing and recommending that we should acknowledge and appreciate these wonderful women who are making life changing contribution.

Again, Hopewell we have so much to be grateful for and I am convinced that God is please with the covenant we have committed ourselves to. So, again I humbly ask that you continue to follow me even as I follow Christ.

Progressing in The Light and Power of God Word,
Pastor R. C. Stanley

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