Baptisms, trees, prayers, and more!

Dear Trinity Baptist Church Family: I have too much to share. I hope you have a minute. I’ll keep it as short as possible. First I want to rejoice over the wonderful Lord’s day we had. The Peace family were again a great blessing to me. Lloyd preached a profound sermon Sunday morning. I am remembering that I need to serve, even when it is inconvenient. Also, what fun to be part of baptizing Andrew Marsh and Micah Struska!

Trees that have been hiding our church and some that were causing damage were removed today. You will like the way our church looks. It really opens it up.

Sue Struska is on her way home! After over 4 weeks of hospitalization, Bill and Sue are returning to Fond du Lac today. Bill and Sue have decided to not have any chemo treatments. At this stage of Sue’s cancer, any such treatments would not be curative. Pray for her pain to be removed and for her to manage the discomfort resulting from her surgery and treatments. Pray for God to be glorified and for Sue and her family to know the presence and grace of Jesus. And pray that God might surprise us all and heal Sue.

Continue to pray for Kim. They have chosen to enter another experimental chemo treatment. Oral surgery and healing from that surgery must come first.

Tony McCrary is at the Lutheran Home in Fond du Lac. Pray for his infection to leave and for healing from this 3rd hip surgery. If all goes well, he will have another one in November.

Continue to pray for Carol Purcell and Bev Baum.

Tomorrow evening is the beginning of another Awana season. Pray for leaders to be ready and faithful and for Clubbers to be prepared to grow in their faith. Pray for some to be saved!

Also tomorrow evening we are beginning a new study for those teens and adults who are not working in Awana. I am going to tackle the book of Isaiah. We will hold these Bible studies and a prayer time at the parsonage. I’ll have the coffee on at 6:30p and we will begin our study at 6:45p. We will stop soon enough for a time of prayer.

Sunday morning we have Lord’s Table. Sunday evening is our quarterly Congregational meeting and we will hear from Richard and Cari Woughter – the missionaries who hosted our mission team in Nicaragua.

Embracing Truth, Pastor