This past weekend, Laura and I got the chance to be back in DC for a few days with old friends.  It was so good to be back and so good to connect with people we love so much.  We scheduled the trip around the wedding of two friends I have known for the last 10 years.  It was awesome to be at their wedding and great to build a weekend in DC around that time.

But now we’re back in Raleigh-Durham and pressing full speed ahead with the church plant.  While I don’t have any specific requests related to the church plant right now, there are two things in Summit world that I would love to have you praying for this week:

1.  Small Group Leader Training.  For the next four weeks, I am going to be leading a training time on Wednesday nights for potential small group leaders at the Chapel Hill campus.  I’m really looking forward to this time, to pouring into these leaders and seeing what God does through their groups. Please pray I lead the training well and the leaders are equipped to lead life changing small groups once the training is complete.

2.  ServeRDU.  Every year, Summit blocks out one weekend to mobilize the entire church in serving the community.  It’s a massive outpouring of love for our community and one that makes such a significant statement about Summit’s desire to see the gospel bring restoration to all areas of our city.  Please pray these projects bear spiritual fruit.  Yes, we want to get a lot of work done.  But we want to see lives changed by the gospel even more.  So, please pray with us to that end.

Thanks for praying into what God is doing in RDU this week.

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