Posts with the category “the-pastor-s-pen”

Generations Yet Unborn - Psalm 78:6
by Maggie Breckenridge on March 9th, 2023
Dear Christian brothers and sisters,This Sunday we plan to collect the enclosed pledge cards, asking for anticipated contributions toward our three current mission-vital projects. They are:1. 123 W. Oglethorpe Ave. parking lot2. 18 W. Hull Street3. The main building at Point PleasantThese three projects represent opportunities to deal with the "chokepoints" limiting the ministry our church: parkin...  Read More
by Maggie Breckenridge on July 28th, 2022
Tim Foster preached his first sermon at IPC as an intern in the summer of 2006. The Johnsonfamily was away on vacation, of course. When I returned to the church office, I was greeted inthe hall with questions by Art Broadwick, who, as many of you will know, is not given toexaggeration. Our interaction went like this:“Have you listened to Tim’s sermon?”“No.”“Extraordinary.”“Extraordinary?”“Extraord...  Read More
Counter-Attack in the War Against Reality
by Josh Espinosa on July 11th, 2022
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Day Camp Director Transition
by Josh Espinosa on November 25th, 2021
This summer (2022), we are celebrating Mr. Frankie Daniell’s 30th year at IPC Day Camp!  There are several generations of families who have enjoyed camp under Mr. Frankie’s leadership over this time.  He has decided to retire from his Camp Director duties this year, but we are pleased to say that he will be at camp in 2022 serving as our Certified Challenge Course Facilitator, so your campers will...  Read More
Rebecca Amy Reeder Martin
by Josh Espinosa on January 2nd, 2020
Twenty-one years ago Amy came to my office with an agenda. She was dressed for business, equipped with a clip-board, and well organized. She launched into a review of our Sunday School, its strengths and weaknesses. She described what we needed to do to improve, including finding a person to oversee the children’s ministry. Then came the punchline: “I’m that person.”Frankie Daniell tells the story...  Read More