A Season of Change

A week from today, David and I will be settling into our new home in Denver, so this may be my last time to write for awhile.  For that reason, I wanted to take this opportunity to share a few things with you.  First of all, David and I greatly appreciate all the prayers and support we have received from Stonebridge during this transition.  You have become family to us and we are so thankful for the relationships we have built.

As a worship leader, I have thoroughly enjoyed seeing the heart of worship grow within the church.  Worship is one of the greatest privileges we are given as believers and it is wonderful to see Stonebridge comprehending that on a deeper level.  But let me encourage you to not stop there.  Don’t ever settle.  Faith isn’t something we achieve, it’s a race that we must continue to run until we spend eternity with our Father.  Continue to seek Him in everything you do.  Read His word and live it out.  Serve others and in so doing, you will serve Your King.  Don’t settle for things of this earth, but rather fix your eyes upon Jesus and store your treasures in heaven.  Train up the generations that follow and show them the love of Christ.

Stonebridge, you have meant so much to me and David and it is hard to think about being somewhere else on Sunday mornings.  But our God is a good God and His ways are perfect, so I am confident that He has big plans in store for you and for us.  Please continue to pray for our new life in Colorado.  Denver is a city that is hungry for, and in need of, God.  Pray that we will be obedient to God’s call in our life.

And lastly, if you are going to be at one of our Christmas Eve services, please be sure to come tell me and David bye!

In Him,

Lindsey

“May the Lord bless you and protect you.  May the Lord smile on you and be gracious to you.  May the Lord show you His favor and give you His peace.”  -Numbers 6:24-26