How Can We Serve You?

 

And the LORD answered me: “Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it (Habakkuk 2:2).

I’m a millennial.

That means I’m pretty much on my phone all the time. And I have to make an effort to stay off of it when I need to focus on time with my beautiful wife and children.

I was driving through In-N-Out not long ago and waiting forever in the drive-through line. I looked through the glass walls and saw a teenager doing what everyone else seemed to be doing—staring at phones. And I had an illuminating thought, “I can post something right now those people sitting there could read.”

A sermon would reach a few hundred, I thought, but a post could reach thousands.

Technology should never replace the powerful impartation of being among the body of believers and hearing the word preached. But we have been given a wonderful tool in the twenty first century and we need to maximize it for the spread of the Gospel and the edification of the church.

So we have started this blog as a way to communicate and connect with you. Here are three ways:

1. Update you

Sometimes people throughout an organization may wonder, “What’s happening? What are we doing? Where are we going?” If we’re not communicating consistently what’s happening at the leadership level, people throughout aren’t really sure what’s happening.

We want to maximize our ability to communicate God’s vision for us and make it accessible to you (Hab 2:2). This is called Knowledge Management—it’s our job at the bottom of the organization to communicate what God is doing throughout. From sermon series to small groups, and kid’s ministry to community events, we will keep you updated here at the blog.

2. Encourage You

At Church 212°, we want to “equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ” (Eph 4:12). So we will use this platform to encourage you with devotionals, testimonies, and prayers.

Our pastoral team will be posting updates about their ministries and sharing what God is speaking through them. If you are passionate about any Biblical subject and want to contribute an article, reach out to us. Go to our Submit An Article page. We will consider it.

3. Teach you

It is the Church’s primary role to educate Christians on true doctrine and Christian practice. We believe that the Gospel of God’s Son is the only power to change us (Rom 1:16), and we are committed to preaching and teaching this good news (Acts 2:42, 2 Tim 3:16, Matt. 28:20).

We would love to answer any questions you have as well. Use the Submit A Question link above and submit your question. One of our pastors may write about it.

How Can We Serve You?

At 212, we don’t Lord it over our people telling them what to do (1 Pet 5:3). Rather, we want to learn about who you are naturally to help you discover and maximize your gifts for the glory of God at our church.

As pastor’s, the Bible simply calls us servants:

This, then, is how you ought to regard us: as servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the mysteries God has revealed (1 Corinthians 4:1).

It’s not our job then to recruit people to accomplish weekend tasks. It’s our job to equip Christians to take God’s healing love to the world. Our mission statement is “Restoring People, Igniting Passion, Revealing God’s Purpose.” So everything we do is centered on doing these three things.

Our goal for this blog is that you never feel out of the loop and unsure of what’s happening, and that we connect with you to restore you, ignite you, and employ you to enjoy God’s purpose for your life.

Please feel free to respond to our posts or contact us for how we can serve you best. We reply to every request.

Question: What are some ways we can use technology, our website , or social media to minister to your needs? Post in the comments below.

Your servant,

Daniel Harrison
Worship Pastor
Church 212°
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About The Author

Daniel Harrison

I am the worship pastor of Church 212. I am proud to serve my Father as our senior pastor and the people of our congregation. I believe that a healthy church is a community and a family. I am married to Heather, have a son named Heshmon, and a daughter named Noah. Reach out and say hi!

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