Change is a constant here. Favorite dining and shopping places are often here today and gone tomorrow. Even our neighbors move in and out with unusual frequency.
There is value in having stability, especially stability that develops, grows and strengthens with the community. As pastor of Grace Fellowship, I like to think we’re like that. We’ve been a viable part of the Four Corners community for a long time. We’ve watched the community as it has gone through changes, helped bring relief when there were growth pains, and have developed along with it.
But being a nice church with stability isn’t enough. Life comes with unexpected challenges that need answers and power! To do life well, you need a church family that is connected to truth, and the power of it too!
Maxine discovered that power one Sunday morning. She suffered with severe foot problems, making it extremely difficult to stand or walk with bare feet. She was planning to see her doctor the following morning to make final plans for surgery on her foot.
However, at the end of the worship service that Sunday, Maxine encountered the power of God to heal her condition. The lady who could not stand or walk without pain was dancing about and praising God for healing. That healing has lasted. Now, months later, she often testifies, “It’s still good, praise God, it’s still good!”
I want to invite you to encounter this truth and power for your own life. Grace Fellowship meets every Sunday morning at Westside School at 11 AM. Westside School is located at the intersection of Westside Blvd. and Florence Villa Grove Road, just off highways 192 and 27. Follow signs to enter from Westside Blvd. Visit our website at MyGraceFellowship.org for more information.
-Pastor Mark Sartin, Grace Fellowship of Four Corners