Monday Memo - August 11
On Aug 10, 2015, at 7:00 PM, stukes, melissa <firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
Thank you again for inviting me to Grace yesterday.I really enjoyed myself! Thanks for all that you do for our students and the Mountain View Community! :)
Melissa Stukes, Ed.D.
Mountain View Elementary School
From: Tom Oyler [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, August 10, 2015 8:18 PM
To: stukes, melissa
Subject: Re: Thank you
Thank you! You shared so much with us- especially your heart for Mountain View.
We love you and we love MV.
Sent from my iPhone
It was great to have Melissa Stukes, principal of Mountain View School, with us yesterday. Above are emails we exchanged on Monday. Also, early last week, GFC hosted an in-service day for Johnson City Schools. (Click here to view a photo of the event.) As the principals of each school spoke, there was a consistent theme... a big thank you to GFC for Echo and the support the school system feels from your church. I add my thank you, too. Our technical staff works very hard to make these events happen well for those we serve. Kudos to Jamie Ivey especially!
This Sunday we start a new series of messages entitled, Fighting for Your Life - The Invisible War. You feel it, don't you? Life is a fight. Often we don't know who we are really fighting or what we are fighting about. This series, grounded in Ephesians 6:10-17, could very well provide you, and others you invite, long needed insight that could bring about some critical changes in your life. There is powerful potential here for all of us.
One other thing. Save the date for Grace Membership - Taking the Journey Together: Friday night and Saturday morning, September 11-12! Visit our website for more information or to register.
P.S. There are three Sundays left in August, which is the end of our budget year. We will need $30,000 more than our budgeted need each week in order finish the year in the black. Thank you for your generosity! Click here to give online.
Grace and peace,
Posted on Tue, August 11, 2015
by Tom Oyler