God’s 10K (Update)

In my earlier post I told you about a local church that had ASKed others to pray and submit ideas about how they might allocate and distribute $10k. Spending the 10k wasn’t the real goal.  The goal of the church was to pray and have unity about what God wants them to do with these funds.  The church leadership will be meeting this weekend to review and discuss each merit of each submission.  

Following the church leadership’s review, a summation letter will be mailed to each church member asking each to SEEK truth/discernment.  Each member will then share their views and in late Sep. the church body will hold a “business meeting” to vote.  KNOCK – persistence in getting ‘er done.  Now its time to join KCC as they enter this new season of prayer.

Jesus declared God’s name to His followers so that the love of the Father that was in the Son (Jesus) might me in us (Jhn 17:26).  Imagine if churches partnered in declaring God’s truth, sharing His love, and caring for His people.  One expression of truth/love might be to take the 10K of one church and make it 20K or even 100K through a partnership with other churches. United in love!  There would be some serious worship, prayer, and fellowship taking place! 

Learning love, sharing love…making disciples!  Wow!

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One response to “God’s 10K (Update)

  1. So very right, Tom. Doing God’s work has so very little to do with money. Where I work Churches have been blessed with sufficient money to do much good, but the Body exists as a fractured servant that lacks the mobility to address some very critical needs. I’ve been working on two projects aimed at bringing various segments of the Body here together and it has been something of a struggle. I’ve asked several circles of friends to do some heavy lifting for this project, and my team and I are just now seeing some encouraging results. I look forward to sharing some more stuff that we’ve been working on when I visit in June/July.

    Till then, be blessed.

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