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July 2019

Posted by David Mills on

“No one cares for my soul.”

Psalms 142:4

Fewer and fewer people care about the most important matters in this life and eternity. Many care about other’s vote and politics. Others care about others’ vocation and wealth. These things will all vanish in the end, and only one’s relationship with Jesus Christ will matter.

At Beech Haven, we care about others’ souls. God loves them. Christ died for them and wants to save them. They need Him. They will live eternally somewhere, and God wants them in heaven. We will care for others’ souls.

That care will take us to Sunday, September 22, 2019. That Sunday will we host a Friend Day with Scott Camp. Scott is one of the nations powerful speakers and he sees many come to Christ in his ministry. As you recall, he has been with us twice on Wednesday nights. In September, he will preach in our Sunday morning services and Sunday night at 6:00 p.m. Our goal is to have 750 in worship that morning.

We are asking you to bring friends that day. To speed towards that day, we will need everyone to care for friends in the following ways:

  • Tenderize your heart for friends.
  • Make a commitment now before God to participate in every aspect and effort of Friend Day with Scott Camp.
  • Compose a list of 12 friends you can pray for an invite to attend Sunday, September 22, 2019.
  • Begin now cultivating friends to come to Friend Day with Scott Camp Sunday, September 22, 2019.

Deacons and Sunday School workers will play a large role in making this a success. To orient them to Friend Day with Scott Camp, we will hold a luncheon and training Sunday after worship, August 4, 2019 from 12:00—1:15 p.m. 

Let us make sure that in a world of misguided concerns, we at Beech Haven care about the most important thing in the world—the souls of our friends. Bob Pierce put it this way—“Let my heart be broken with the things that break God’s heart.”

I Stand Amazed,

David Mills