Awesome Sunday

November 25, 2019

Awesome Sunday!

What a beautiful time of worship yesterday! Two church bodies and two languages worshipping the ONE God together. What an incredible morning! Dr. Saul Camacho of the Matamoros Children's Home challenged us all in regards to our obedience to God's call. Are we waiting for our plans to develop first? Are we waiting for something better to come along? There is no time to wait because God's call is for today. As Dr. Camacho stated, "If you believe what the Bible says, your obedience is required now." Let that resonate. Are you surrendered?

Please join us in praying as we continue to imagine all that's next:

1. This past week, I had a second meeting with the Pflugerville ISD, and a new location opportunity may have opened up for us. All of the details can't be spelled out, yet, but I'll share them as soon as I can. Just pray that what seems to be an opened door is the next best step forward.

2. Pray for the small group meetings that will begin this coming Sunday with a "Pflamily Lunch" gathering. We are so excited to begin!

3. Please continue to pray with us as we push towards beginning preview worship experiences in May. We have so much to do before, but we can't wait to get there. Pray for the wisdom and clarity we will need.

4. Please pray for another church plant here in Pflugerville that is struggling. The Pastor is really battling the lies of the enemy and needs our prayer. Please pray for Lead Church and Pastor Joshua.

Have a great week!


For the love of Pflugerville,

Heath & Karen
Heath Anderson

Founding Pastor of CrossWalk-Pflugerville

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