Dinner with Stellar
I remember the first time that I walked into the old Esquire building to the Encounter. It was an additional contemporary service and it marked a lot of change for my home church. A lot of really good change. There was a sense of real community that was being planted in the hearts of the people who walked in on Sunday and it wasn't tied to a type of song. It was tied to how God was moving in our church and it was a beautiful thing. It is a beautiful thing.
When I think about how much has changed in our church over the last ten years, it warms my heart. It encourages my heart to love more, to seek after God more, and to live in community with my brothers and sisters.
Once our church decided that it was time to celebrate the leadership team, Kim was eager to stitch together the details of the event to create something extra lovely. The Stellar team poured their hearts into the event. Not so that people would have something pretty to look at, but so that people would feel loved and valued.
And I would say they did just that.