For the LORD takes delight in his people; he crowns the humble with victory. (Psalm 149:4)
As we move further into the year, let us remember to open our hearts to God’s leading and direction. Imago Dei is committed to seeing lives changed, by being transformed into the image of Jesus Christ. One of the holidays celebrated in the month of February is Valentine’s Day, a holiday representing love. “Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God.” (1 John 4:7) Let’s make that our goal this month, to love people with a true love, a love that can only come from God.
Please mark your calendars for some amazing events!
We have an exciting, new monthly Men’s Breakfast launching this month! Here is the heart of the meeting from Matthew Montognese:
Calling all hungry Men being forged on the anvil, to share life, the walk and a sizzling breakfast. We will have a quick topic/message to discuss and ponder along with a time of fellowship and maybe a game of ping pong. I am looking forward to the bonding experiences that await each of us and the wisdom that will be spilled out, over us all. Vulnerability can be tough on a man on the anvil of life, but key to sharpening out rough edges. Opening ourselves up allows godly men to help each other know how God truly sees his authentic image bearers and the investment he made in each of us. This time is meant for men to renew their minds, be reinvigorated and experience the spirit of God, the Fathers love, as brothers in Christ. This is a place for prayer, rest, growth, healing and relationship. If you are ready to sharpen and to be sharpened we are asking you to throw your iron in.
Where: 285 E Parr Blvd
When: February 10th, 8am-10am
RSVP To: Matthew Montognese
We are working on developing a Membership Class and holding an Annual Church Meeting in the coming months! Please be on the lookout for these important events and how you can be a part of them.
Thank you for being a huge part of the Imago Dei Church family! My prayer is that we would recognize our need for Jesus each and every day. While also recognizing, we need those brothers and sisters He places in our lives…more than we know. May God bless our church with a desire to reflect Jesus in all that we do!