Monday, January 28, 2008

Capital Campaign Approved

The Capital Campaign was approved at yesterday's congregational meeting with an overwhelming vote to proceed. Click here for the official motions. The unity of the congregation was very evident, but even more so was the effort by all participants to be gracious and respectful of one another. What I said at Saturday's presbytery meeting, I repeat for Tenth Church: However important decisions may be, the process of making decisions that is as important if not more. We have embarked on a journey that will stretch our faith and test our brotherly love. May God grant the grace to grow both in faith and love. Such things are the best legacy for this generation to pass on to the next.


Blogger cskempf said...

Marion, we really have to thank the example of our pastors and other leaders in the matter of unity and treating one another with love, regardless of differences. I can think of many difficult times in our life at Tenth when our pastors exhorted us not to give in to having a critical spirit or complaining against one another, and with the Holy Spirit's work, protected us from serious strife.

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