Dear Peachtree Family,
What a strange week of weather. One day, when I went for an early morning run it was barely fifty degrees. A few days later, we almost pushed ninety! It gives credence to the adage, “If you don’t like the weather in Georgia, just wait a little bit because it will change.”
Seasons of change are not limited to meteorological conditions. They are also true of corporations, organizations, and churches. Fortunately, the predictability of change at Peachtree of late is less volatile than the weather of the South.
This Sunday, we will elect our new officers (Elders) for leadership in the church at our annual congregational meeting. We will also hand out our 2018 Annual Report. Before we begin the process of Summer rhythms and temperatures, we take a moment to pray and vote for those the Nominating Committee carefully put before us as the new community of leaders.
Also this weekend, we will celebrate the gift of baptism for ten families. May we never take for granted the new life and renewed promise of God’s faithfulness one child at a time. We will continue in our series on the book of Revelation with the glorious picture of chapter 21, where we are reminded that “God is making all things new.” In fact, consider reading that chapter of the Bible before coming to worship. Let the Word echo around in your mind and soul as you anticipate God’s ultimate future.
With hope in Christ,