On Sunday June 24th, we will begin a new sermon series, at both of our campuses, called, “All In”. This series will be rooted in the events of the reign of the fourth king of Judah, who was a man named Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 17-22). He was “All In”. Or was he really? What does it mean for a Christian, for a church, to be “All In”? “All In” to what? Why is it important to be “All In”? How will our lives change practically?
I hope you will do everything you can to participate in Sunday worship over the next few weeks. The account of Jehoshaphat has sharpened my Christian life in profound ways, and I know it will for you as well. We are in the summer months, which means that a lot of our people are on vacation. Tune in to our online feed while you are away. Our “All In” series is important for Reach Church, especially as we head towards July 15, when we will be adding a second worship service at both campuses (9:00 and 10:30). These new service options will give us even more opportunities to “live to reach all people with Nothing But Jesus”. Even with all the wonderful things happening at Reach Church, we are still only starting to see what is possible when a whole church continually turns our eyes upon Jesus, and only Jesus.
Are you “All In”?
In Christ Alone,
Pastor Chuck L. Betters