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My Not-Quite-Ideal Launch Week

2 Pillars Church–Northeast launches this Sunday. Here's a brief summary of what launch week has looked like so far:

  • Monday–Thursday: I was sick for the first four days of the week. I can't remember the last time I was sick and out of commission for this long.
  • Friday (Today): Fever free, I finally got to the office this morning to spend some uninterrupted time working on my sermon for Sunday when...the sewer in our building backed up. A few hours later, the water has been shop vac'd from the carpets, box fans are in place, and I'm sitting at my desk once again.

You can't make this stuff up! I'm beginning to wonder if this is all part of some church planter hazing ritual I wasn't told about.

I know God is up to something here, though I'm not entirely sure what it is. At the very least, I suspect it includes teaching me lessons about my sinful desire for control and how critical it is that I trust Him as we launch this 2 Pillars Northeast.

Now, back to that sermon.

10:15 AM

We nailed down a start time for 2 Pillars Church–Northeast worship gatherings:

We recently announced our public launch date, but left you hanging regarding the exact time of our Sunday gatherings. Well, we've finally arrived at a start time: 10:15AM.

Conveniently, we're starting fifteen minutes later than our sending church. Do you think I'll have time to grab a few pointers from Todd's sermon before I preach each week? 


2 Pillars Church–Northeast Public Launch

Last week was an exciting one for 2 Pillars Church–Northeast. We launched a new website and announced the date of our upcoming public launch.

From my post on the 2PCNE blog:

We are thrilled to announce that 2 Pillars Church–Northeast will hold its first-ever public worship service on Sunday, February 28. The gathering will be held at the Joyo Theatre in Havelock which will serve as our new home on Sunday mornings.

What an incredible announcement! We've been praying for this church plant, talking about this church plant, dreaming about this church plant, and planning for this church plant for years. And now, here we are.

Do you live in the Lincoln area? If so, I'd love for you to mark the date on your calendar and join us.

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