Since our President has mandated no meetings larger than 10 we will comply with this and not have any services, groups or meetings at Harvest Valley Church until the mandate is lifted. In the mean time we can all seek to be an encouragement to each other by praying, giving a verse of Scripture, making a phone call and doing some act of kindness to aide others in this time. I have been talking a lot about "being the Church" and not just going to Church lately. We now have a great opportunity to encourage each other as we function as the body of Christ even as we are not able to gather together.
We hope to have the Sunday Message on Facebook live and possibly you tube. If any of you need groceries delivered to your home you can call the Church or e-mail your request to me. We have someone who is willing to coordinate deliveries for those who would request this help. I will be writing this blog on a regular basis to keep up our contact with our Church family. Remember our Lord is in control and we can find his peace in the midst of all this crisis. John 14:27
We appreciate the faithful financial giving of our people to support our ministries. If you are able you can send your offering through the mail. give on line, or drop it off at the Church in the morning hours, except Friday.
Pastor Curt has served as a Church Planter, a local Pastor, and as a lead Pastor, serving mostly Nebraska Churches. He has been doing interim ministry since 2012, and he and Fay make their home in Scottsbluff. He received his schooling from Grace University and has completed some graduate studies with Moody in Chicago.