January 2023 (Another New Year's Bible Intake Appeal)
Happy New Year’s Church! And with a new year, comes new opportunities to make God glorifying changes in our lives, with a fresh start to make new commitments. And as always, as your pastor; I will continue to encourage (for the 4th year in a row now as I began my first newsletter in January 2020 the month I arrived on this theme) regular bible intake throughout the year.
Please consider reading the Robert Murray M’Cheyne bible reading plan with many of us on the You Version app that can be downloaded on your phone, tablet, or PC for convenient and even social group reading as you can become friends with others at our church who are already using the bible app. It’s great and encouraging to be able to see the verses others are highlighting while you also read scripture yourself throughout the year.
And if you don’t decide to read that particular plan, there are numerous other bible reading plans to choose from that many in our church are already taking advantage of to bolster their bible reading and intake. Make 2023 the year you start reading (and/or listening as you can choose to listen to your favorite bible translation on the Bible App as well) more scripture than you did before. You will be blessed by it and God will use it to help grow you in the Christian life!
Pastor Daniel Pelichowski
Please pick up and read the copy of our year-end ministry report (see overview below) for you to be encouraged by all the good ministry done in 2022, while we look forward to all being a part of the important biblical ministry at FBC Gallatin in 2023. If you aren’t able to pick up a copy, please feel free to reach out to the office and we will send you a copy of the report for your reading.
FBC Gallatin 2022 Pastors Report Overview (see the full report printed and handed out by our greeters):
1. The Word was Preached
2. People were Discipled
3. People were Counseled
4. Pastors Led
5. Deacons Served
6. Trustees Fixed and Maintained
7. Music Ministry Led Worship through Song
8. The Congregation Supported in Gospel Motivated Giving
9. Fellowship was Cultivated
10. People Were Cared for and Served