I forgot to set the clock back last night.
What that means, of course, is that I find myself with an extra hour this morning—an hour to breathe a sigh of relief instead of rushing out the door to church with my sermon notes in hand, maybe even an hour to post something on my blog.
I wanted to show you how people are responding to our year-long, every-member mission trip called KOH2RVA. Members of our “television congregation,” who don’t even live in the Richmond area, have been sending in gifts and contributions simply because they want to be part of what we’re doing. The two gifts in this picture came in on the same day—one from a woman who wrote a generous check (and designated it) and one from a man who had these clever key rings made up that remind us—every time we start our cars or open our doors—that we are on a mission trip.
As I’ve been saying from the beginning, “We can’t bring the Kingdom of Heaven to Richmond, Virginia, alone.”
“We need all the help we can get.”