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a fully developed fulcrum…


This year will be a great time for all of us to learn to rest on God and His unchanging love. Love that is unconditional and very fulfilling for all who experience it is a fairly accurate description of God’s love. His love for us surpasses all our understanding and gives us the capacity to love others like He does. God’s love is the foundation that we will rest our worship ministry on this year. God will be our fulcrum.

The definition of a fulcrum is the support, or point of rest, on which a lever turns in moving a body. In other words, we will initiate movement in our church body through resting in Christ and His love. We live in a world that has a lot of water under her bridge, and the church has lived through some tough times and continued to stand firm and strong. The strength to live a victorious life is continually shown by God through His great love for us. Let’s rest our future vision on the strong and powerful love of God and He will roll us forward to a new and exciting time of renewal and refreshment. The end result will be even more heartfelt worship times that challenge and convict.


The old rock ‘n’ roll song “We Built This City on Rock and Roll” states a very strong point about a city being built on rock and roll music. Our battle cry will be “We built this ministry on God’s love!” He is our fulcrum. Be willing to let Him turn your heart more toward Him and His purposes. He is the only fully developed fulcrum and we MUST allow Him to do the moving.

The Pilgrimage continues…. David Warren

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