Thursday, November 6, 2014

One of the most critical Sundays ever at The Point Church & we need your help!

This is the weekend we've been waiting for and we are believing God for miracles!  We have seen Nehemiah and his generation go all in to change the landscape of their city, and now it's our turn. It's our turn to make a commitment to God that we will be a generation who goes all in to change our city!

This Sunday is commitment Sunday. We've been talking about the ways we feel God leading us to make a difference in the 88% of people who don't attend church in Wake County. 
 You can get all the information about what we are doing at www.pointchurch.com/allin.

We are asking everyone who calls The Point Church home to make a financial commitment, not with equal gifts but with equal sacrifice.  There is no question the all in campaign will allow us to dramatically expand our ministry to the community so that we can point more people to Jesus than ever before! However, it will take everyone of us playing our part to reach our goals.

We are excited to see God pour fuel on the great things he is already doing at The Point!  12 people have followed Christ in Baptism since October 1st and we saw over 540 people worship Jesus with us this Sunday across the Triangle!

I am praying for you and your household as your prepare for Commitment Sunday. I want to ask you to do a few things to get ready for this Sunday:

1. Pray - Ask God to speak to you about your commitment. Ask him what he desires you to sacrifice to build His kingdom. Take a look at the attached Giving Breakdown.This is what it looks like for our church to reach our goal of $800,000. Where are you on this chart?  Giving Chart Breakdown

2. Have a conference with your household. Attached is a Household Guide for you and your household to do around the dinner table this week. It walks you through prayer and Scripture seeking God's voice for your household's commitment. Household Conference Guide 

3. Fill out your card and come to church Sunday ready to go All In!  

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