Author: Barb Baird
11 Sep Now What? 1 & 2EBulletin | Barb Baird
Small groups play a vital role in our spiritual development because genuine personal growth happens in the context of real relationships. God has made us for community and connection! Small groups at WellSpring provide environments where questions can be asked, support can be provided, friendships can be formed, and faith and character can grow.
We’re starting our next semester of Now What? 1 and Now What? 2 the week of September 20, 2015. We hope you will join us! (Note: Now What? 1 is the pre-requisite for Now What? 2.)
You can click here to send us a note to let us know which group you would like to sign up for.
The groups are …
- Now What? 1 – Thursdays (12 weeks starting Sept. 24)
- Now What? 1 – Saturdays (12 weeks starting Sept. 26)
- Now What? 2 – Thursdays (8 weeks starting Oct. 8)
- Now What? 2 – Tuesdays (8 weeks starting Oct. 13)
(Please note: Now What?1 classes are full, however there is a waitlist, so if you are interested in Now What? 1, please let us know. If someone isn’t able to make it, we can let you know; or if enough people sign up, we can create another group.)
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I will be taking a leave of absence for a couple of months. I have simply reached a point where I need significant rest and rejuvenation. It is wiser to make this choice before things deteriorate into being significantly unhealthy. Too many pastors push themselves beyond their limits and end up burned out, in moral failure or out of the ministry, sometimes at the cost of their marriage or family. I choose not to make that mistake. There is no moral failure attached to this decision and I want to continue to live my life in integrity.
Andrew Thompson will be functioning as Interim Pastor during this time. I have key people in my life working with me during this process. I ask that you respect the boundaries of letting those people be involved and giving me the needed privacy while working with them. I expect to return spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically healthy.
I appreciate your prayers and ask that you continue to engage and support the community at WellSpring Community Church as you have to this point.
Marc Brule, Pastor