Above all else, what I pray and hope for is men and women who will be humble servants of God and whose hearts desire is to the see the Body of Christ edified. It is human nature to consider one’s own benefit; but when Christian maturity is reached and inner peace and contentment are gained, then serving others is all that matters. There are many people in our fellowship who are called and gifted. I wait for the day when a title is not important and people recognize their gifts.
Everyone has a gift! To stir up the gift within one’s self is your responsibility. Be creative and find ways to make Jesus known outside of the box, but within the family. There are more than enough resources in this fellowship to do anything Jesus Christ calls us to do and more.
Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. 2 Tim. 2:15 Study the history of the church. Find bible study tools to make understanding the Bible simpler. Pray the Psalms until you learn to pray your own prayers. Encourage one another in the most holy faith. It is a privilege to be in the Body of Christ. Everyone is valuable and equal in the sight of Christ.
Let’s use our resources and faith to see the Kingdom of God come to Boston and the world.