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From the Pastor's Desk 

2 Corinthians 5:17

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.

It’s a new day.

A new season of the year is fast approaching, Spring. Of all the seasons of the year Spring is my favorite. Old things become new as new plants, flowers and leaves on the tree bloom. It seems as if excitement is in the air knowing as we have made it through another winter.

For me personally, I feel like we are on the cusps of something new    happening in our church and in our community. I know over the last month or so God has been refreshing my heart with His love and forgiveness at a whole new level.

I truly believe we are about to see a move of God sweep across our nation that we have yet to see. I know specifically Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky there is what I consider more of an awakening than necessarily a revival over the last few weeks.

I wish all of you would have had a chance to go and witness the beautiful Spirit of God in Wilmore as people who were hungry found everlasting encouragement and hope. One thing that really jumped out to me was how profound the hunger for God was in those gathered in Wilmore. Tens of thousands of people came to a town with a population of less than two thousand people with only one gas station and a Subway.

This says one thing to me, people are truly hungry for the presence of God in their lives. Honestly we all need a fresh presence of God to fill our hearts with His love and grace in a world that is so deeply divided.

This month I ask you to join me in prayer for the fresh Spirit of God A.K.A The Holy Spirit to flow throughout community, The Hardinsburg United Methodist and all the churches in Breckinridge County.


Bro Greg

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