Thanks for stopping by NGYN on this Tuesday. We appreciate your visit to our blog and interest in our posts. Today’s post is little out of the norm for me. I just felt like sharing a few things that have happened, are happening, and will happen soon.
- This past weekend we celebrated the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. What an amazing weekend of reflection and worship with my Oasis Church family. We had a very intimate and worshipful Lord’s Supper Friday night. Followed by several out reach oriented Easter egg hunts on Saturday around Central Arkansas. Saturday night we had an awesome service for our students called Fusion. I spoke on what the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ accomplished. Students filled the altars during the invitation. To close out the weekend, on Easter Sunday, both services were filled with repentance, confession, testimony, praise, and much more during invitation at Oasis Church. The kingdom of God is among us and the Holy Spirit is making himself felt.
- Revival in Central Arkansas. We are witnessing spontaneous revival in churches around Central Arkansas the past several weeks. Many churches have had extended times of invitation as people have filled the altars and numbers are being added to the church in Central Arkansas. Pray that we will continue to fan the flame, reap a harvest, and not quench the Holy Spirit.
- I have a new series of post’s coming up that will cover a very interesting Old Testament character named Ehud. To get a head start, check out Ehud in Judges 3:12-31.
- 2011 Summer Groups at Oasis Church. Summer Group sign-ups at Oasis Church started this past Sunday. Guess What? Derek Wingfield and I are leading a group through Steven Furtick’s book, Sun Stand Still. I am looking forward to watching the Sun Stand Still in the lives of our small group this summer. Find out more at http://www.insideoasis.com
- Stoneridge Youth Camp in Smithville, AR. I will be the camp speaker this summer. Pray for me as I prepare and if you are in the area June 20 – 23 come and hang out.
I look forward to sharing more about Ehud on Thursday. Until then, be blessed and be a blessing.