This week’s team update is a guest post by Chris Williams, one of the Assistant District Superintendents in the Crossroads District.
Celebrating the Resurrection
Yesterday, Christians all over the world celebrated Easter, the victory of God over the evil one. As Christ-followers, we celebrate the resurrection because it is the day when death, hell, and the grave were defeated and victory was made possible for us through Jesus Christ.
Some of our Crossroads District churches have been reporting on what God did yesterday as their congregation celebrated the resurrection and lifted up the person of Jesus. Here are a few of the reports we’ve received in the district office:
We’d love to hear updates about what happened at your church as you lifted up Christ on Easter Sunday. Send your celebration stories to email@example.com.
End of the Fiscal Year Approaching
As a reminder, the end of the fiscal year for Crossroads District churches is April 30, 2019. All year-end reports are due by May 15, 2019. CSF payments for the 2018-2019 fiscal must be received by May 10, 2019, in order to be recorded for the current fiscal year. All payments received after May 10 will be recorded for the next fiscal year.
If you have questions or if you need assistance with year-end reports, please contact Roxene Lo in the district office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 765.674.8593).
Thanks in advance for your prompt attention and timely submission of your reports!
Do you wish your outreach ministry, both locally and globally, was more intentional?
The Festival on Outreach will be a great opportunity for your whole team to network and interact with other churches, Global Partners, World Hope, and World Gospel Mission and learn how to go beyond projects to building missional partnerships.
The Festival on Outreach will be held on May 20-21, 2019 at College Wesleyan Church. Cost is $35 or $25 for groups 5 and over. We hope you can attend this great event, you will leave inspired and challenged.
Register now at www.collegewes.com/festival.
Continue to Pray for Ministers Recovering from Surgery
Rev. Tim McClellan, the senior pastor at Lakeview Church in Marion, had surgery last week to remove cancer. He is still in the hospital recovering from surgery and waiting to learn the next steps of his treatment plan. Please continue to lift up Pastor Tim, Cynthia, and the Lakeview congregation during this time.
Rev. Chuck McCallum, a retired minister in the Crossroads District and former pastor of Westview Wesleyan Church in Jonesboro, had surgery on Saturday to correct a 90% blockage they found in his carotid artery. The surgery was successful and Rev. McCallum is likely to be released from the hospital early this week. Your continued prayers are appreciated.