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Message from Pastor Weaver

Church, it’s 2020 and a great time to begin the year right. The beginning of the year is a great time to set goals that you can monitor your year’s progress. I find that which is not inspected is that which is not expected. Are you expecting more of yourself this year than last year, then set some goals.
Goals can help us invigorate and stimulate our spiritual, personal or professional lives. According to a recent survey, there are some consistent topics people tend to address with goals each year: 1. Health / Weight. 2. Relationship with God. 3. Use of Time. 4. Relationship with a Family Member. 5. Doing Better in the Area of Finance / Stewardship. These are good areas for setting goals. May of us will once again make a few of these as we turn the corner into 2020.
As you look ahead to 2020 and you desire to set some New Year goals, what will you choose to do to breathe new life into your life? What will you focus your attention too? How will you choose to invigorate and improve your life’s
journey? Let me challenge you to think about what you choose and as you choose challenge yourself to make SMART GOALS. Here is an acrostic that can serve as a guide for making GOALS that are SMART:
  • Specific: Make goals that count. Be SPECIFIC.
  • Measurable: Make Goals that are measurable. You need to know if you’re winning or not.
  • Attainable: Ask yourself are your goals reasonable?
  • Relevant: Is your goals relevant towards your purpose in life.
  • Time-Sensitive: Set target dates to create a sense of urgency. Set some deadlines.
Finally, as you consider all these things start with prayer and ask God to lead you into a season of life that will glorify Him in all that you attempt to accomplish. Blessings, and know I’m praying for your growth and success.
Because He lives,
Pastor Larry D. Weaver