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Monday Morning Rewind

Powerful, powerful service yesterday. Pastor Chad was back in the saddle preaching and kicked off a short 2 weeks series called “Found Favor”. Once again I was amazed at what God is doing in this city. We pulled into the parking lot just before the first service got out to see it filled. As we walked towards the Lennox, car after car had the familiar Rock City decal on the window. I had to smile and wonder what people that simply come for a movie think when they go on Sunday mornings.

Once again the 10:45am service was packed. For the third week we were doing what we could to find groups of seats to accommodate those that came a bit later. The energy for worship was so powerful. The worship team concluded their set with a song that had one simple lyric….”Hallelujah”. Over and over they sang that word and the spirit could not be missed. I scanned the crowd to see people with arms raised, tears, heads bowed. I wondered what God thinks when He observes our moments of worship. It was one of the most powerful moments I can remember in the time I have been at Rock City.

Found Favor kicked off with a bang as well. Pastor Chad delivered a strong reminder of Gods presence and favor in our lives. This wasn’t a prosperity gospel message by any means. It was a reminder that the favor of God doesn’t always equal easy or understanding. From where I sat, I could hear one person weeping from emotion. I have a feeling he was not alone.

The highlight of the morning was our One for One contribution to Asia’s Hope. For the month of October and November we have been setting aside one dollar for every man, woman and child that walks through our doors for local and global adoption efforts. Yesterday we handed Asia’s Hope a check for $4200 from One for One. Because people showed up, because they filled a seat, an entire college education will now be paid for. So simple. We are changing the score just by being obedient and attending a service. Proud of you Rock City!

We close out the Found Favor series this coming Sunday. There are several great serving opportunities coming in the weeks ahead as we prepare for Christmas. I cannot wait to walk the road of Hope with each of you this holiday season. Happy Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for.


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  • Vic · November 19, 2012

    So Simple ! You have taken the words right out of my mouth. God has been trying to teach me for a long time that Jesus is so simple. Don’t need to many committees to do the work of Jesus, just act when he prompts you too and he will do the rest with you.

    • Aaron · November 19, 2012

      Absolutely Vic! So simple indeed. If I could just get out of my own way, it would be so much easier.

  • B.J. Miller · November 19, 2012

    Wishing My Son and I Could Have Been There For The Service Yesterday, But Stephen Was In The ER ALL NIGHT Saturday Night…and We Didn’t Get Home till 8 AM Sunday Morning…So I Let Him Get The Much Needed Sleep He Needed As Well As Myself. I Am Hoping To Listen To The Online Version Today.
    Hope You And Heather And The Kids Have An AMAZING Thanksgiving!!!

    • Aaron · November 19, 2012

      B.J. – I’m sorry to hear that. Hope Stephen is feeling better. Hope you are able to get rest this week leading up to Thanksgiving too. Appreciate you both. Feel better and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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