Good Day Surgeons!
SET YOUR CLOCKS AHEAD ONE HOUR!
We're continuing our Vanity Fair series this morning, with a look into Ecclesiastes. It's a great book to dig into the practical advice for living well, by the wisest man who ever lived.
Special music today will be Home by Phillip Phillips. We don't know if his name is actually Phillip Phillips, or if that is a handy bit of marketing. You never know, his parents may have been PR geniuses and wanted a good name for their little future star.
Remember to drop off school supplies and basic medical supplies (vitamins, first aid things) to bless the community that Selma is traveling to in a few days. This is the last Sunday to drop things off!
Saturday, March 16th, we're getting together at the Barn at 5pm for a short time of prayer for the people of our area... followed by dinner, followed by dessert and a lovely concert. You're invited to join us!
Next week we'll be continuing our Vanity Fair series, on the idea of Despair and wondering why the things in life seem to hit us hard and get us down.
Have a great week, we'll see you soon!
At The Surge we love doing things together... that includes writing a blog! Here are a few of our main contributing authors:
Our fearless leader, Dwaine is the lead pastor at The Surge. His experience in counter terrorism with the CIA prepared him for ministry and he likes dogs and babies even more than E does.
E (short for Eric Reiss) is the Wingman at The Surge and likes dogs, music, Mexican food, his wife Karen and his little girl Evangeline... not necessarily in that order.