We often hear how hard it can be to respond with forgiveness when wronged. Yet we are called to it nonetheless. What we don't hear about as often is the power that lies within this act of forgiveness. The triumph of Jesus over evil is shared with us as we forgive others as we have been forgiven by God.
The following was found written on a wrapping paper at Ravensbruck concentration camp in WW2:
"Lord, remember not only the men and women of good will, but also those of ill will. But do not remember all the suffering they have inflicted upon us. Remember rather the fruits we brought, thanks to this suffering: our comradeship, our loyalty, our humility, the courage, the generosity, the greatness of heart that has grown out of this. And when they come to judgment, let all the fruits we have borne be their forgiveness."
Pastor Ward Parkinson
Sunday Morning Service
Kids & Adult Sunday School at 9:45am
Church Service at 10:50am
(During summer, Sunday School pauses and church service begins at 10:30am)
Tuesday-Friday: 9am-12pm; 1pm-5pm
* subject to change, call to confirm.
Lead Pastor Ward Parkinson: email@example.com or 204-712-5088
Youth Program Jon Friesen: firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-712-0954
"I have loved you with an everlasting love." Jeremiah 31:3