Monday, December 11, 2006

RESOURCE ~ Make the Lord's Table a Place of Prayer

Has your Lord’s Supper observance become commonplace?

Claude King writes, "Have you ever gone to the Lord's Table to partake of the elements and left the service unmoved and unchanged? I have. When I partake of the supper in a casual way, I unintentionally say, 'Lord, Your death on the cross wasn't that important.' How grieved God must be when I care so little for the great sacrifice He made for my salvation."

Pastor, I wanted you to be the first to know about the new resource, Come to the Lord's Table. It's a 28-day devotional guide with a small group session each seven days. It also includes a pastor's guide with suggestions for church wide use of the resource in preparation for the Lord's Supper observance.

The free download includes Claude's explanation of how he believes this could help your church family fall back in love with Jesus.

Learn more and download the complimentary sample...

Craig Webb, Editor
Pastors Today & Proclaim Online

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