Note From
Pastor Roger

Growth...it means there is life happening. It's exciting, don't you think?

Flowers blooming that haven't been seen during the winter. An expectant mother sharing the news of a soon coming addition to the family... growth, life.

We're excited for this next season God has for us at Generation. The addition of Pastor Brian Stocks, our new Connections Pastor, and his family...growth, life.

Not one, but 4 Missions trips in the works...growth, life.

Church 101 every month, full of people wanting to connect, plug in and build relationships...growth, life.

Great things are happening, and I believe we're in a season of growth and life here at Generation Church.
It's a journey, that I'm so thankful to share with you, my church family.

I love this line of the song our worship team does entitled Ready or Not:

"Come now, for all we've seen we ain't seen nothing yet. Are you ready? Are you ready?
Come now, bring Him praise for what He's gonna do next. Are you ready? Are you ready or not?"

I believe the best is yet to come... are you ready friend?

See you Sunday!

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