Love Note to You

April 12, 2008 at 12:33 am 2 comments

I love you all so dearly and hope you feel taken care of.  If you don’t hear from me in a while, drop me a line and we’ll catch up.  Sometimes I get lost in my own thoughts, family, and projects to your neglect…most unintentional.  The priority is to the local church as new bloggers here have cropped up. 

Out of the local church will borders grow further than any of us dreamed.  It’s God’s primary tool within a local community of people who can breathe life into us, give us wings, and teach us as we challenge each other, learn together, and share.  I LOVE it!  It thrills me more than anything I’ve ever done with this thing!

Sometimes I get so busy seeing how God is moving here that I just don’t have time for all the great friends I’ve made!  But, I love all you guys so much I can hardly stand it.  I love nothing more than to see you caring for one another with His love, tenderness, and compassion…  I go to read your posts and get lost in your ability to wrap words of kindness around one another’s hearts and souls.  I have much to learn from you.  My heroes are sensitive and influential, committed to being discipled and discipling for the glory of His great fame. 

Help us all  help strengthen people for service, lifting them as high as they can possibly go.




Entry filed under: Everyday.

Design Note ~Goldilocks

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dori  |  April 12, 2008 at 7:07 am

    How very sweet, Maggie! So intentional, loving and encouraging!!

    What a blessing you are and what a ministry you have!!

    Blessings, sweet friend, and I’m praying…

  • 2. Cindy  |  April 12, 2008 at 11:44 am

    Such an endearing post!

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