Our last Home Group session

Tonight we had a pot-luck dinner with our home group.
It was the last gathering with our home group before we travel to Los Angeles next week to study at The Master’s Seminary.
I really wanted to capture the moment with a photo of the group, but despite reminding myself all week to bring the camera, I forgot it. Doh!

I have been immensely privileged and humbled to lead this group of people who have been an absolute dream to teach.
The are a wonderfully teachable group who share my love and passion for the word of God and for it’s transforming power in our lives.
In the past three years, we have covered the book of Romans (nearly), a series on spiritual disciples and ten chapters of the gospel of Mark.

I thank my home group for their patience with me, for their incredible attendance (even through the coldest and darkest winters), for their fellowship and for their friendship. Thank you for your prayers and encouragement.
We will miss you immensely.

I thank the Lord for His guidance and His wisdom.
I thank the Lord for the opportunity to teach willing people week in-week out and for the opportunity to better equip myself through the next few years at Seminary.

It has been an absolute pleasure and a privilege to serve the Lord in this way.
It is all for His glory.

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3 responses to “Our last Home Group session

  1. Wow – its all coming to an end….

    • Well, it the close of one chapter and the opening of a new one. It gives someone else the opportunity to take over the leadership and to grow in the same way I have experienced in the last three years. It is exciting what the Lord is doing!

  2. Pingback: The Week of the Lasts | From Wellywood to Hollywood

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