Over the past year I've likely said something about being "faithful" to you. My mantra through COVID, through the election and all the social upheaval was to be faithful to do the "next right thing" each day. I couldn't fix all the world's problems, but I could help each person I saw who needed help, preach each week the best I could (to a camera, on a wagon or back in the church) and work with others to make the best of a tough situation. I told anyone who would listen that God was faithful and I would seek to be faithful too.
But this year I told the church that we were trusting that since we have been faithful, God would help make us fruitful.
Well, in the past few weeks we have seen 4 of our youth get baptized at Camp, we had more than 20 kids make decisions to rededicate themselves or follow Jesus for the first time and this week we have 3 young people who are getting baptized! We are thrilled to see that God is blessing us with lots of spiritual steps and growth over the past few weeks and we praise Him for his faithfulness to us.
John 15:4 says "Remain in me, and I will remain in you. For a branch cannot produce fruit if it is severed from the vine, and you cannot be fruitful unless you remain in me."
We will seek to remain in Jesus always and pray that he will use us to keep producing more fruit here at Six Points.