Are you ready for a tour of a chapel house in Ammon, Idaho?
First the blueprints . . .
Out on the construction dirt mound, north of the church parking lot, I had a stare down with a hawk this morning.
Soon there were five of them flying overhead in the blue sky – powerful, majestic birds.
Jessica painted the overhead picture. I had asked her to place these words as a theme for 2008: “Behold your God.”
We received that picture from Frontline Missions. It is a picture of a previous generation of Russian believers, having communion in the winter woods, away from the eye of persecuting Communist authorities. The man leading the worship is Georgi Vins.
Church prayer meetings: Sundays – 8:45 am, 5:30 pm, Mondays – 9:00 am, Wednesdays – 9:00 am, Thursdays – 6:30 am
I just took his picture, today. That is Ken Stowe – a great example of a biblical deacon. He is a gracious servant in our church family.
A new door and serving window lead right into the kitchen. Do you see the ceiling sheetrock? We finished the lid today in this main room. Thank you to Gene A., Mike S., Mike’s brother – Jeff, Joshua W., Gary G., Dave M., Brad T., and Erik T. (And also, I thank Keith N., Erik T., Dave F., and Gene A. for working with me till 10 tonight hangin’ the rock in a classroom.)
It is one of the greatest privileges of my life to be pastoring this church family in Ammon, Idaho.
Come visit with us sometime.
(If you have any questions about what you are looking at here in the post, shoot away.)
Does anybody know what kind of hawk this is?
Thanks for the tour. I believe the hawk is a Red-tailed hawk.
Looks very nice. Does this mean you guys have recovered from the wind storm?
The Lord is good.
One question, Todd, concerning the sanctuary. There appears to be a second pulpit off the bema, to the right of the communion table. What is its function?
Greg, I center the second pulpit on the main floor for teaching on Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
On Sunday mornings, it stands along a side wall.
Very nice. Can you come build one of those chapels here in Easley for Covenant Reformed Baptist Church?