There is no historic incident better or more variously supported than the resurrection of Christ.
— Brooke Foss Wescott

Wow, I just don't have words to express how you blessed me last Sunday!  Thank you orchestra, thank you choir.  Thanks to Julie and Jennifer and Mike Tucker and the band.  Thank you, tech guys - you have gone over and above in recent days to make sure we have good sound, lights and video for our services (even when the lights go out!)  My heart was absolutely full as I watched your faces singing "This Blood" and "Redeemer" on Sunday morning.  The Resurrected Lord was exalted, and I'm so glad I got to be a part of such a God-honoring service.

Now we look forward to next Sunday.  Due to an error on my part, we announced that there are no rehearsals this week.....THIS IS NOT CORRECT!  We will have both orchestra and choir rehearsals at the regular times this Wednesday, March 30.  With Night of Praise just four weeks away, we have a lot of work to do, so I hope you'll do your best to be there.  Now about next Sunday - we'll be observing the Lord's Supper in the morning service and our pastor will continue the PRIORITIES series with a message on the ascension and second coming of our Lord.  The choir will sing the beautiful communion song "Remember and Proclaim" this Sunday. 

I just wanted to say a word of thanks for your prayers for our family in these past few days.  Most of you know that Debbie's stepdad passed away last week....the same day that Jordan gave birth to little Mattai.  He is a beautiful baby and we are so grateful for a safe delivery.   It's been an emotional time, and you have prayed for us, brought food, sent cards and gifts and been there as you always are.  We could never tell you enough how much we love and appreciate you.  Please pray as we travel to Malakoff on Wednesday for Lelan's funeral - pray especially that the Lord will be glorified.