The clock is ticking and the kids will be up soon and I feel the weight of this post, the last post of this 31 days of grace.
But honestly, I’ve got nothing.
I so wanted the Lord to give me a few perfect words to send you all scrambling to pen your own stories of grace, but alas, those words have yet to come.
So I give you me.
All of me.
My brokenness and heartache and messy mothering and sub-par home school teaching and never-even-gonna-sniff-perfect pastor’s wife, me.
I pray it’s enough.
I pray that you see Jesus in all of my cracks and gaping holes and that you, too, are drawn to pen your own story.
But more than that, I pray that you find Jesus in every chapter in your own story.
I’ve run out of words and my story isn’t over yet. I just don’t know the next part enough to write about it.
Our family is entering a new season of life here in Rocky Mount. We are learning to adjust our expectations and slow down. Our ministry model is also undergoing some changes in light of all that we are learning. Beginning November 4, we will become Fellowship Bible Church Rocky Mount. We will still plant churches and be intentionally missional, but instead of being many churches, we will become one church with many missional communities.
Please continue to pray for our team and for our family as we tread once again into new waters.