Harvest Valley Family: Our opportunity for celebrating the Resurrection will be in two ways this year. First, we will again have our on-line service at 9:30 A.M. There will be some special features for this time. We are all felling bad that we can't meet together for this special day, however, every Sunday is really a celebration of the Resurrection in that Sunday is the first day of the weak, the day Christ rose from dead.
We have also been invited to join with Mitchell Berean Church as they are having a Drive in service. They will have parking people to help you park. Everyone will be told how to dial in the service on the FM frequency. There will be a service at 9 A.M. and again at 11 A.M. I will have a small part in the service along with Brittli Wallace who will be helping with the worship. The forecast is for cold weather, but it will be fine as we can see the raised outside plate form from our cars and can hear it the broadcast on our car radio at the same time. So you can do one or the other of these services or you can take in both. Our service is on our web page, You tube and face book and it can be viewed anytime from 9:30 on.
Our elders want to thank those of you who have been faithfully supporting our ministry through your giving during these hard times. Some of you have dropped your gift off at the Church. Others have mailed your gift in through the mail and others are using the on line giving option at our Church web page.
Our progress on our remodel of the fireside room is coming along with a little progress each week. We will be sending out some information soon on how to give a special gift to help with this project.
Psalm 27:1 says, "The Lord is my light and my salvation, Whom shall I fear? The Lord is the defense of my life, Whom shall I shall I be afraid?" Be sure to call with any needs you are aware of. God bless you and protect you.
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.