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Your elders met last night (October 29th) to discuss how best to move forward in light of the recent outbreak of Covid in our congregation and the accelerating incidents in our broader community. Adam Post, Director of Business Operations at Spectrum Health, gave the following report:

I recently read an article on the blessings of good elders for a church. It inspired me to write my own. Harvest has been blessed with very good elders. What’s the benefit for the body? What do we gain with good elders? Here’s a few things that come to mind, (I’m sure you can think of others).

Over the past year, I’ve had the great pleasure of studying the book of Philippians with different men in the church. I’ve found it to be a book filled with timely encouragements and so I’d like to share those with you in a new sermon series starting this Sunday. I’m excited to study this part of God’s Word with you for three reasons:

Well, it was bound to happen

As I was taking my walk in the park this gorgeous morning, I was reflecting on the influence reading has had in my life. I remember being transfixed by the high drama of Brer Rabbit and the Briar Patch as Mrs. Vander Wall read to us first graders. LOVED that story! I was instantly hooked on Zane Grey novels as a 10-year-old when I stumbled across Union Pacific. I wept like a baby over the death of Old Dan and Little Ann (Where the Red Fern Grows) and was stunned by the profound beauty of Cry the Beloved Country. Stories are powerful tools for molding the contours of our emotional landscape. They mold our loves and dreams and desires