9 Actions to Consider This Sunday

Here are nine servant actions for you to consider.
  1. Pray as you enter the property. Pray for the guests. Pray for the services. Pray for the pastor and the sermon.
  2. Park at the most distant spot available. Save the closer parking places for guests.
  3. Greet people. They may be guests. They may be members. It’s okay to introduce yourself to either.
  4. Look for people to help. You know the place well. Many others will not. Be a guide. Help someone who looks like he or she needs help.
  5. Sit as close as possible to the front of the worship center. Save the back rows for guests and late entrants, so they don’t have to walk past so many people.
  6. Sit in the middle. Don’t claim that aisle seat where people have to walk over you or past you.
  7. Sit closely. Your worship center may be packed. If so, be willing to sit cheek to cheek.
  8. Volunteer to serve. As the number of attendees increase, so does the need for volunteers. parking lot help, & the church greeter ministry are a few of the areas that will need more volunteers to help serve and minister to members and guests.
  9. Pray as you leave. The Holy Spirit is likely working in many persons who attended. Pray for His continual work of conviction and comfort.

These are simple acts. They are acts of service. And if you survive doing these acts of kindness and service on Easter, you just might be able to do them on other days of worship as well.



Quest Ranch Summer Servant Camp

When: July 23-28, 2017

Purpose: To serve Quest Ranch by working on facilities, cleaning, general maintenance, and more. We will provide Corkey, the owner operator of Quest Ranch, a break so that he will be prepared to minister the remainder of the summer season.

COST: $60 per person – includes lodging, most meals (we will eat out a few times), Camp T-shirt, Bible study material
 

 

photo-2To Bring: pillow, sleeping bag, twin sheets, blankets, BIBLE, notebook, Personal Hygiene items, Towels, washcloth, snacks, Ice Cooler if desired, River sandals or old  tennis shoes for river, sunscreen, hat, swim suit (modest please, 1 piece or cover up required), cool work clothes, snacks, special dietary food items.

 

Overview: We will work in the mornings, float the river or swim in lake during afternoons, and have Bible study/Worship time in the evenings.

Additional expenses will include travel (gas), 3 meals out, incidentals, keepsakes.

 

Sign-up with Pastor Kevin ASAP. kevin@KevinInman.org
 
Take a look at the Quest Ranch website for more details.
 


Showing Love Through Hospitality

 

“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained angels without knowing it” (Hebrews 13:2).

Hospitality should be a trait of all Christians, because whenever we display it, we minister to the Lord.

If you are a Christian, your responsibility to love others does not stop with fellow believers. The apostle Paul is very explicit and direct about this: “See that no one repays another with evil for evil, but always seek after that which is good for one another and for all men” (1 Thess. 5:15). “All men” includes even your enemies. The “strangers” mentioned in today’s verse can refer to unbelievers as well as believers. The writer of Hebrews is saying we often won’t know the full impact hospitality will have; therefore, we should always be alert and diligent because our actions may even influence someone toward salvation.

The last part of Hebrews 13:2, “some have entertained angels without knowing it,” further underscores the point that we can never know how significant or helpful an act of hospitality might be. Read more…