Greetings to you all

We’ve sure enjoyed having some weather this week that felt like a foretaste of spring.

With temperatures dropping pretty rapidly now, that burst of warmth we had, especially on the 23rd, was quite a blessing.

Each Sunday, whether warm or chilly, we love to share the warmth of connecting and celebrating God’s grace and goodness among us. We invite you to join us tomorrow in bringing our praises to Him whose love conquers all.

In some traditions, a “call to worship” is formally expressed, often in some type of liturgy. Though we convey it differently, we too have a call to heed. One of our goals here at Liberty is to make worship a priority in every home and every heart as well as in every gathering here.

Classic “call to worship” passages such as Psalm 95:1-7 remind us of a powerful source of strength for every child of God. Our capacity to do what God calls each of us to do arises from knowing that “we are the people of His pasture and the sheep under His care” (Psalm 95:7).

Think of it: The care of the true and living God is a fact at the heart of what defines real worship!

This vital truth calls us, in response, to give God our very best in attention, priorities and devotion.

You’re invited to link up for coffee and greetings in Cafe Liberty (9:45 AM until Worship @ 10:15 AM).

We love to have friends join us in virtual worship whether in real time or on your own schedule:

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Later this morning, I’m attending the celebration of life service for Barb Stiegler who, along with her husband Doug, founded the Maryland Association for Families, a prayer-saturated pro-family group that alerted and equipped citizens across the state for influencing leaders in government to issues of protecting the unborn, freedom of religious expression and support of traditional values. Together they led City on a Hill, a summer civics and spiritual growth camp for high school students that God used mightily. Barb’s vibrant warmth and wise counsel in hundreds of kids’ lives leaves a legacy of leadership that has inspired many to serve God in all walks of life.

Just as we’ve experienced here at Liberty Church, the lasting impact of faithful servants of our Savior is a treasure to celebrate and cherish.

Whatever challenges you may be facing this weekend, I hope you’ll draw fresh encouragement today from knowing, as Psalm 95:7 says, “we are His people and the sheep of His pasture”. Count on the steadfast care of your victorious Shepherd.

In His love,

Pastor Joe
Liberty Church

P.O. Box 295
Westminster MD 21158
Pastor’s cell: 410.596.4096

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