I would encourage you to listen to the full series on Romans via this link, or through the Red Oak app. The first four chapters are available and the sermon series is growing as the church is presently studying through. I was privileged to preach on a few of Paul’s powerfully inspired verses, even while praying for greater boldness in the ministry Kilby and I are serving. You can tune in below.
A few notes to consider.
I completely left off my intended conclusion from 2 Corinthians 5:17-21. I love this passage as it brings together God’s righteousness extended in Christ taking on our sin, in order that we be saved, washed and made new. In doing so, He has involved us in this significant reconciliatory work that God is doing by His Spirit. We are the messengers.
I mention that we are fully funded. This is a fluid phrase. We will be passing from different places with different standards of living and varied requirements. Visas and travel arrangements are frequent costs, apart from general costs of living. At the same time, our supporters come and go based on life circumstance and family planning and unexpected financial changes. This statement was largely to inform our home and primary sending church that we had needs met in order to be sent out, which is Truth. The Lord has and will continue to provide, as we proclaim His word. And He does so primarily through people just like you.
Please know, we are on the lower end of missionary support raising and the ministry would always benefit by bringing on additional supporters. Join our team over at https://letmeintroduceyou.org/give/. We also hope to support a large purchase of Bibles for an area among the unreached which will have hefty costs associated. Many of the donations to our general fund will be going towards this beautiful project. During a previous visit in a remote area, I saw the Word going forth. I had no share in it personally, but the Lord has been growing that desire ever since. To be a partaker, not an onlooker. I’ll be sharing more on this in the near future.
Much love in Christ,
Greg and Kilby Lee