Worship with us tonight... "Still Wet!"

by Pastor Pete Panitzke on June 07, 2017

Still Wet…” Those of you who were with us this weekend might remember that phrase. When you are overwhelmed with the spiritual challenges you face, your family faces and your church family faces, go back to the waters of baptism. When you don’t see how you could possibly fit into God’s army because of the guilt you feel, go back to the waters of baptism. “Still wet…”

Join your brothers and sisters in worship this evening at 7 pm! Celebrate “Still wet…” with your fellow Christians.

If you can’t join us in person, join St. Paul’s worldwide online presence (watch here or download a podcast here).

Worldwide? Our Mission Partner John Holtz (latest newsletter) mentioned he and his wife listened to the podcast in Malawi.

Growing! When you are watching online, you can’t see the size of the congregation that is joining you. The week of May 28, 26 people watched the Bridge live and there were 41 replays of the Bridge. From our St. Paul’s site, there were 28 people who watched our messages for a total of 7 hours and 46 minutes. That is nearly 100 people who joined us online!

Live Stream returns this weekend. Because the Bridge had to move to the Centennial Gym last week, we didn’t have live stream. We’ll be back this Sunday at 10:15.

Awake and Alive for the 18-25 year old generation is Sunday.Dinner starts at 5 pm on Sunday. Guest speaker is Bill Meier from WELS Kingdom Workers. Come and learn how we can be personally involved in missions.

The Spirit’s Fire! At the District Convention today we were reminded that the Holy Spirit is working powerfully in our mission fields.

  • There are over 700 congregations and preaching stations around the globe as a result of our mission efforts.
  • There are 450 people training to be pastors in our world missions seminaries.
  • Through our website Academia Cristo 500,000 people receive daily devotions in Spanish.
  • The materials on that website are being used in 40 house churches across South America.

As we celebrate Pentecost this week and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles (Acts 2), we also rejoice that the Spirit is still working powerfully through his church today.

Hope to see many of you this evening in worship!

Pastor Pete


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