From the Rec Min May 13, 2019

               Thank you all for a great season of CSports Baseball. It sure didn’t end as we had hoped but, even though I tease Mrs. Rose about controlling the weather, we live in Mobile and it can get crazy! Coaches please try to contact team members who have not received their trophies. Otherwise, bring them to the rec desk. We begin CSports Flag Football evaluations tonight. Mrs. Rose still needs coaches! Please prayerfully consider continuing your service in this ministry! As Paul said in Philippians 3:14, “I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” While it feels good to finish a task (or season) we must take a deep breath and continue serving. Many of you are old timers in this ministry and have coached several sports for years. Thank you!! Please help as mentors to the new folks who come in just as you did years ago. Show them the spirit we are looking for to lead these young athletes and help them become what God has created them to be. Yes, it’s a task and a blessing all at the same time!

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               Thank you for the great effect you’ve already had on this next generation in our community and thank you for what you will do in the future! May God bless you and your families richly as He has blessed us through you!

 

In His Service,

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

From the Rec Min May 6, 2019

               One more week! You got it in you?? Thank you all for a great day of baseball Saturday and a wonderful turn-out and spirit at the celebration on Sunday. Due to a large church function Sunday evening our CSports Baseball Celebration was held in our sanctuary rather than in the gym where we usually have it. While set-up was a little different, I enjoyed having our worship activity in view of the big cross which is so evident in our sanctuary. The Holy Spirit is always with us when we gather in His name, but it just felt right to be in a primary worship venue of our church. We were blessed with the usual welcome video from our Lead Pastor, Dr. Couch, we enjoyed a presentation by our Children’s Ministry Puppet Team, and, as always, celebrated with the banner parade with all of the players circling the area with their banners thanking the coaches. After the season video it was time for the speaker. We had scheduled Mobile’s favorite News Anchor (retired), Mr. Bob Grip, who had communicated with me several times and was anxious to be with us, but I received an email from him on Friday that his wife had passed away that morning. How tragic! I heard a collective moan or sigh when I announced it which told me that he and his family would be in the prayers of many who were in attendance. In his place, I spoke about what speakers who agree to speak at our celebrations each season ask me before they come. “What am I supposed to talk about?” “What is the nature of the occasion ?” “How long shall I speak?” Every time I tell them to feel free to speak about their own faith in Jesus and to encourage all of the parents and volunteers telling them their efforts are important and fruitful. I told the crowd at the celebration yesterday that children develop their character and many of their values and beliefs during this young period of their lives. They learn from us, good and bad. They see more than they hear. They learn what makes us happy, what makes us sad, and what makes us angry. They are influenced later by friends and the media, but during this early stage, parents, teachers, coaches, and other mentors are their guides. We are teaching our children how to raise our grandchildren some day. We are modeling for them how to treat others and even how to talk about others when they are not present. Proverbs 20:11 tells us, “Even a child is known by his actions, by whether his conduct is pure and right.” We are the ones who light their paths through all of the experiences of life…until they get older and the world takes over. Will they have the strength of spirit, the solid foundation, the faithful assurance, the knowledge of God’s word, the self-esteem, and the consistent support and encouragement from their families and mentors to face the challenges and to teach the next generation the things they were taught by you?

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               The response cards from the celebration yesterday indicated that 15 adults and 18 players accepted Christ as their Savior during this season. 48 adults and 37 children indicated that they grew closer in their relationship with Christ during the season, and one player asked to speak with a minister about his faith. This is a pretty good start! Our church’s stated purpose is to Love God, Love People, and Change the World. Everything we do is a result of this directive. You, the people who have accepted God’s call to serve, are the instruments by which this part of the world (our community) will be changed for his glory. Thank you for all you do!

               Coaches, please try to get trophies to any players who missed the celebration. We hope for good weather for this last week of baseball! See you on the fields!

 

In His Service,

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

From the Rec Min April 29, 2019

               It was good to get back into the swing of things after the Easter break. I was out of town at a family wedding but was in touch by phone at times throughout the weekend. Thanks to all of you who helped to make it a great day for Baseball! Please – please – please be sure to remind and encourage all of the families on your teams about the 2019 CSports Baseball Celebration this coming Sunday at 3:00pm. In the past there have actually been families who have told us they didn’t know about the event even though it was in their parent info packet and, hopefully, announced at each practice for the past month. The Celebration is a big part of each sports season. We will be in the sanctuary this time so please get here early to come find a seat.

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               Last week, as well as days prior to Easter, I enjoyed watching the annual and traditional movies I have seen so many times. One of my favorites has always been The 10 Commandments with Charlton Heston as Moses. As I watched it a week or so ago I thought of you folks who run our programs. Moses nears the Burning Bush and is told by God that he has been chosen to lead His people. His first reaction reminded me of so many times I have been asked, or even felt a call, to do something out of my routine or comfort zone. Moses, however, is talking to God when he says, in his own way of course, “Are you kidding me???. I can’t do this!”   So many of you were hit with the request/calling when Mrs. Rose told you we needed coaches, team moms, etc. A favorite phrase I recall from my father is, “God doesn’t call the equipped, He equips the called.” Hebrews 13:20,21 tells us, “Now may the God of peace, who through the blood of the eternal covenant brought back from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great Shepherd of the sheep, equip you with every good thing to do His will. And may He accomplish in us what is pleasing in His sight through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen.” We may make that Mrs. Rose’s benediction after each coaches meeting. When we answer the call, God will give us the mindset, the words, and the assurance we need to do His will. This process comes in many ways from volunteering for a program to parenting, to taking a job, making a decision, advising a friend, etc.    But…here I am again “preaching to the choir”.

               Thank you all for what you do to make this ministry effective. See you Saturday AND Sunday!

 

In His Service,

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

 

From the Rec Min April 15, 2019

Thank you all for another great week of CSports Baseball. The weather worked out just right giving us a good game day before the nasty stuff hit that night. Again, I was grinning the whole day seeing the players hitting, running, catching, and throwing while their families and fans cheered. I love the spontaneous “spirit tunnels” formed at the end of each game. If your younger teams or leagues don’t automatically do this, please start! The kids love running through the tunnels hearing the cheers. Granted, the older kids probably won’t be as excited.

               Pre-game prayers, devotions during practices, and just the general environment where we celebrate that we are all really on the same team are how we work each week to get better. One day, when the players reach school ball age, the competition will be serious and we want our players (or alumni) to have instilled within themselves the spirit of sportsmanship. Teamwork and a good grasp on what “playing” is about is important. Such a foundation will make players the natural leaders on a team as well as a good parent and coach one day.

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               I love the passage in Ephesians 8:10 which says, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” I’m not sure where I stand on the “meant to be” issue as I know God gives us freedom to choose our direction in life. Still, I know He has a purpose for each of us to become and to produce as we grow, mature, and influence others. I don’t believe it is an accident that each of you has been given responsibility over areas of this ministry. You change lives every time you communicate with one of the young ones (or even older ones), when you direct them, compliment them, or correct them. God has expectations for each of us and, just as we should be doing in our jobs, homes, and social circles, we should be attentive. We should strive to be better, learn about each other so as to better communicate and serve each other. Lead in word and deed.

               What a joy it is to be God’s child and to share in the joy He brings to our ball fields and community. This is a Holy Week! Go to services and concerts. Experience the word and season of Easter. Remember, no games this coming Saturday. Plan for Team Service Projects. Celebration Banners will be created soon. Be preparing your families for the CSports Baseball Celebration in our SANCTUARY (not gym this time) on Sunday, May 5, at 3:00pm. They need to be here by 2:45pm to get a seat and fill out a response card. Thanks for all you do for this ministry! See you on the fields!

 

In His Service,

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

From the Rec Min April 8, 2019

               Thank you all for another wonderful day of C-Sports Baseball! This week we got to share the day with our church’s Easter Bazaar on the campus. I drove by early in the morning and then had to go participate in a funeral, but when I returned, games were still going on and there were a number of our families circulating among the children’s activities at the Bazaar. I love it when people from the church can see our sports programs in action and I also love it when our church can display our many family oriented activities so that the C-Sports families can come meet and enjoy! A big thanks goes out to Mrs. Rose and staff from our youth and children’s ministries for handling a potentially dangerous situation early that morning prior (fortunately) to the time families began to show up. We are a big church with a wide open campus and occasionally we have to come together to protect people and property.

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               I was reading some of the prophesies in Isaiah recently and saw the one I’ve referred to a number of times. It begins in Isaiah 11:6 saying, “The wolf will live with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the goat…” and ends with, “and a little child will lead them.” There are great prophesies throughout the Book regarding God’s plan for the redemption of His people, but I enjoy taking out of context this passage where it refers to a “little child”. King David was a little child when he was anointed to be king. Jesus, Himself, came to us as a little child. I’ve made many references before about the children who play on our ball fields and in our gym and how many of them will one day “lead”. It may be a family, a work crew, a school, a community, a CSports team, or whatever, but whatever happens 30 years or so from now… these little children will be leading. I often hear our fears expressed regarding the government, the church, society in general, along with “fun” things like school or team rivalries. Our children and the ones we coach hear us and will use our comments to shape their own perspectives. Teaching that “the other team is the enemy” or speaking in a negative tone about our leaders (true or not) must come with the responsibility of explaining to the children the reality and basis for such comments. When we favor a team it isn’t necessary to be negative about other teams. We may applaud the courage of an elected official who will put themselves in front of a potentially hostile crowd to stand for what they believe whether we agree with them or not. Trust me, I’m very opinionated, but I respect leaders, referees, people who will make decisions. I try to remain humble, speak and display what I believe to be true and righteous, and model humility for my kids and grandkids. Still, I want to be courageous. I want to lead from wherever God puts me in my life. But, wherever that may be, I want to be a peacemaker.

               What brings hundreds of people to our ball fields each Saturday?  “Little children”, that’s what. What brought so many people to our Easter Bazaar Saturday? Same answer. I find that there are very many times and places in which I find myself following, indulging, entertaining, nurturing…well…being led by little children. Let’s celebrate this reality and go full force in the direction God has set us. As the song says, “Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with me”…with me teaching the future leaders about faith, love, humility, courage, grace, mercy, and service. Thank you for all you do for this ministry and for the future of this community!

               See you on the field!

 

In His Service,

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

From the Rec Min April 1, 2019

               Thank you all for another beautiful and productive day/week of C-Sports Baseball! I always tease Mrs. Rose implying that she and God have a deal about weather on practice and game days. Ok, Mrs. Rose…we need some rain! Anyway, the smiles and laughter Saturday matched the obvious improvement that I see each week in skills and abilities displayed by our young athletes. Your work and influence is paying off in big ways.

               This has been a tough week for some of us here at Christ United as we lost a dear friend. I got a text from a staff member asking me for a scripture that may address sorrow and emptiness. The words of the 23rd Psalm came to me immediately. There is where we read that “He restores my soul”. When I booted up my computer this morning my first email was from the Head of our Grounds Ministry, Ricky Bell, informing me that the gas cans for the mowers were empty. Since we use most of the grass here, the Recreation Ministry supplies the gas. I put the empty gas cans in my truck and headed to the gas station. The whole time I was planning my Monday which includes writing my weekly message to you. I always pray for the words God wants me to share. I was doing that as I lifted the empty gas containers…containers that supply the gas that is needed for our fields to be manicured twice a week so that so many people can experience the fun and fellowship this ministry provides. The gas cans were empty…much like the emptiness so many of us were feeling…and yet, it was my job to fill them so that their purpose may be fulfilled.

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               When I suggested the 23rd Psalm to my friend I was feeling the need for restoration. It came back to me as I filled the cans…”You anoint my head with oil; my cup runneth over.” It was time to let the Spirit “fill my cup”. Yes, God is good all the time. He is faithful in good times and bad. As you and I minister to the families on the ball fields we often have no idea what may be going on in their lives. I had the opportunity for the first time since we began this ministry last Monday to lead a team devotion during practice. As I knelt in the circle with the coaches and players looking toward me for God’s message, it occurred to me what a blessing you coaches must feel each week. You are filling their “cups” with God’s word of love and assurance. The prayer requests range from help momma find a job to help my foot stop hurting. And the eyes are on us as we supply the word.

               A song that I have done at many youth camps and devotion opportunities is “Fill My Cup Lord” Which says, “Fill my cup Lord, I lift it up Lord, come and quench this thirsting of my soul. Bread of Heaven feed me till I want no more. Fill my cup, fill it up and make me whole.” I pray today that your “cups” are full and running over with the blessings of the Holy Spirit. Spill them onto the players and families who will be coming to you this week. Love them with God’s love and guide them with His hands. Thank you all for what you mean to this ministry. Have a great week and I’ll see you on the field!

 

In His Service,

 Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 “In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

 

From the Rec Min March 25, 2019

               Saturday was a beautiful day for CSports Baseball! I enjoyed watching the energy of the players and coaches and especially seeing (and participating in) the celebration tunnels that all of the parents and fans make for both teams to run through as everyone cheers them. As Mrs. Rose and Carlos work so hard to facilitate the games and practices, I enjoy walking around the fields hearing people speaking so highly of CSports and how effective we (you) are at teaching skills while molding character in the players. As I am in my office typing this, a past CSports parent came into my office to tell me how many CSports families they saw at a middle school soccer tournament this passed weekend. I’ve also seen Facebook posts from CSports families who participated in the Azalea Trail Run. The “hour or so” that you spend each week is far reaching and I thank you for your spirit of willingness as you make this community a better place and affect lives going into the next generation. Your service is more valuable than you know!

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               I realize that I utilize Proverbs 22:6 an awful lot in my messages, but it is one of the greatest challenges and inspirations I know of for our ministry. It says, “Train up a child in the way he (she) should go, and when he (she) is old, he (she) will not depart from it.” After games Saturday my wife and I returned home to prepare for “Lasagna Night” which is my daughter’s choice for her birthday celebration each year. There were lots of friends and family at our house and a good time was had by all. My grandsons were there and were good hosts to all of the young ones who got the tour of the play room. After the party, my oldest grandson asked his mom and dad if he could stay at our (Meme and Granddaddy’s) house for the night. They agreed and we enjoyed having him as we always do.

               Ever since my son and daughter were toddlers we have maintained a routine of prayers and songs at bedtime. My son and daughter in law have included a nightly Bible story as well. Having started the day with a 9am CSports T-Ball game, Jackson was especially tired when we declared bedtime around 9:00pm. As I laid next to him saying prayers with all of the “God blesses” etc., I could tell from his breathing he had already gone to sleep. Still, I continued and completed the prayer. Then, yes, I was tired, too, with tears in my eyes, I began singing to my sleeping grandson who couldn’t even hear me. For thirty something years it’s been Jesus Loves Me, Jesus Loves the Little Children, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, and a few others mixed in. Every time though, I end with Bill Gaither’s song, Things We Must Tell the Children. See the words below:

 

SOME THINGS WE MUST TELL THE CHILDREN

 

HOW CAN WE TELL YOU THE THINGS WE MUST TELL YOU, THINGS THAT WE WANT YOU TO KNOW. ALL ABOUT LIVING AND REASONS FOR GIVING AND THINGS THAT WILL HELP YOU TO GROW.  OH WE’VE WATCHED YOUR DIET, TAUGHT YOU TO BE QUIET IN PLACES OF WORSHIP AND SCHOOL.  WE’VE KEPT YOU WELL GROOMED IN A NICE TIDY ROOM AND WE’VE MENTIONED THE GOLDEN RULE. BUT ALONG THE WAY DID YOUR HEART HEAR US SAY THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO EARN OUR LOVE.  NOT A THING YOU COULD DO COULD MAKE US STOP LOVING YOU JUST THE JOY THAT YOU’VE BROUGHT IS ENOUGH.  THERE ISN’T A THING THAT THE FUTURE COULD BRING THAT COULD TAKE BACK THE GIFT THAT YOU ARE.  YOU ARE A TREASURE WE NEVER COULD MEASURE.  JUST SOME THINGS WE MUST TELL THE CHILDREN.

 

I’M SURE WE’VE TOLD YOU TO MIND ALL YOUR MANNERS AND GET TO APPOINTMENTS ON TIME, AND DID WE REMIND YOU TO HANG UP YOUR CLOTHES AND TO FINISH THE HOMEWORK ASSIGNED.  YOU’VE LEARNED TO CARE FOR YOUR TEETH AND YOUR HAIR AND YOU MAKE YOUR OWN BED EVERY DAY.  YOU’VE GOT DECENT GRADES AND YOUR LUNCH MONEY’S PAID AND YOU WON YOUR FIRST GAME YESTERDAY.  BUT DID WE MAKE IT CLEAR, WERE YOU ABLE TO HEAR AS YOU SKIPPED THROUGH THE HOUSE AND OUR LIVES THAT GOD HAS A PLAN THAT YOU MUST UNDERSTAND NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU’VE “ARRIVED”.  NEVER STOP DREAMING KEEP WORKING AND SINGING BUT REMEMBER JUST WHOSE CHILD YOU ARE.  STAND TALL AND WALK STRAIGHT AND BE HOME BEFORE EIGHT, JUST SOME THINGS WE MUST TELL THE CHILDREN.

 

AND WHATEVER YOU DO, REMEMBER WE LOVE YOU.  JUST SOME THINGS WE MUST TELL THE CHILDREN.

 

               I thought, what if, God forbid, this is the last time I’ll get to sing this to him? Have I done everything I could for my kids and grandkids to know these important things? My son and daughter have both grown up well, gotten a great education, chosen wonderful mates, and had amazing children, all of whom my wife and I get to spend time with each week. Am I missing anything in conveying to them my love for God and how important it is for them to share their blessings with others? Blessings and expectations are closely related. Daily interaction with our young ones is important in terms of consistency as we teach and model the important things. We do that on the ball fields as well. Please never take for granted what you are doing when the young eyes are looking at you. Love and teach to love. Serve and teach to serve. Be kind and teach kindness. Worship and teach to worship. Praise through prayer and singing whenever you can.

               This has been on my heart for two days. Thanks for letting me share.

 

In His Service,

 

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

From the Rec Min March 18, 2019

Good morning 2019 C-Sports Baseball volunteers! For those of you who may be new, each Monday after weekend games I try to reach out to you with reflections from the game day. Saturday was chilly and a bit dreary but the games seemed to go very well. I could only be there for a few minutes into the first games as I had to attend a funeral in downtown Mobile. Mrs. Rose and Carlos run a great program so if you ever have any questions, look them up. They are always circulating around the fields.

               I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for what you are doing for this ministry. We have three of us who are full time Rec staff and several part time staff who assist with team sports and who run the rec desk for 15 hours a day each week. We serve around 1400 children and youth in our sports programs each year and many more than that who come to walk our track, work out in our fitness room, and play on our basketball and volleyball courts. Without volunteers like you we could never accomplish the ministry God has called us to provide to these people in our community. Our efforts are to organize and equip. You are the ones who will be remembered by the players and parents who will learn and be transformed athletically and spiritually from your demeanor, your instruction, your words, and your example.

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               Often youth sports become just a play opportunity or a recreational time consumer, both of which are fine, but they are not our purpose. I love the passage in 1 Samuel Chapter 16 where Samuel is told by God to anoint a king. In verse 11 Samuel asks Jesse, “Are these all the sons you have?” Jesse answered, “There is still the youngest, but he is tending the sheep.” That “youngest” son became King David, a man “after God’s own heart”. There is a song played often on Christian radio that repeats over and over, “When others see a shepherd boy, God may see a king.” Let me tell you something about the children you are leading on the ball fields. Most will one day be a mom or dad. Some will probably coach C-Sports teams one day. Some will own a business, build homes, help to heal the sick, lead through elected or appointed office, teach skills or academics, or lead others to Christ through ministry. Your influence on them this week…this season… will play a part in their development in terms of self-discipline, self-confidence, sportsmanship, teamwork, and Godliness. They will hear your devotion presentation and sense your sincerity. They will feel your love and concern as you make them better players and teammates through your guidance. This is not to put additional pressure on you in your volunteer position, but instead to validate God’s call upon you to make our community a better place one child (or ten) at a time.

               On Sunday, May 5, we will have our 2019 C-Sports Baseball Celebration in our SANCTUARY (this time) at which time our teams will present a banner thanking you and all of our volunteers, and all of our players and parents will fill out and submit Response Cards indicating their reflections on the season. There are always 30 to 50 people of all ages who indicate that their life was changed or their faith was strengthened during the season. As great as that is, I always wonder, “Did we miss one?” Let’s all commit ourselves to Loving God, Loving people, and Changing the World as our Church’s mission directs. Thank you all for everything you have done, are doing, and will do as this baseball season continues.

               See you on the fields!

 

In His Service,

 Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6

From the Rec Min January 14, 2019

Saturday was a great day for the first games of the new year! We had an organization here doing free child ID CD’s for parents. Thanks to all who participated in that! I know of two players who got their first baskets, one of which was partly due to both coaches working together and one player on the other team helping to make it possible. After my staff, volunteers, and I had just finished clearing, cleaning, and mopping the gym I saw that I had a missed call from one of those coaches. I called them back and heard that story which renewed my strength right then when I needed it! I have spoken and written throughout the years of the many incidents in which coaches have joined forces to teach important lessons to their players. Winning a game is fun and will be remembered all the way to McDonalds, but working together to brighten the life of someone else is a character builder that will change a perspective and will be manifested in many ways for years to come. Thank you coaches!...and good hearted players!

               I was blessed to be able to share in each of the halftime devotions Saturday. I reflected upon the new year with hopes that all enjoyed their holidays. I told about our family Christmas at my house during which my 5 year old grandson read the Christmas story from the second chapter of Luke. He was sitting on my son’s lap and needed a little help with the big Bible words, but throughout the reading his eyes were big and focused. You could sense the excitement in his tone. That excitement was contagious as we all leaned forward to hear as though it was the first time we had heard the story.

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               Much like a child reading the Greatest Story, or, a child scoring his/her first basket, it is important that we show our excitement, assurance, and motivation in all that we do as we influence all in our paths. I, as do all of you, have schedules to keep, expectations to fulfill, concerns, dreads, etc. but the assurance of God’s love, which is also displayed through my love for and from my family, must be shown through my words, deeds, and attitude. Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:16, “Let your light shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify God who is in heaven.” Our actions and attitudes will lead our children and teams. Our efforts reflect our values.

               This coming Sunday we will have our 2018/19 CSports Basketball Celebration in the gym at 3:00pm. Families are urged to be here by 2:45 to fill out response cards and find a seat. Let’s be sure to encourage all of our teams and families to attend. It is a major part of the season, plus, you coaches have to hang on to any trophies that go to players who miss the celebration J .

               Saturday I was told that many people in the gym cannot hear or understand when Mrs. Rose or I speak over the microphone. We will be trying to improve on that this week. Big thanks to the person who told us! Please be getting Team Service Projects completed and the paperwork back to me in the next two weeks. Thanks for all you do for this ministry! See you on the court!

 

In His Service,

 

Steve Ellisor, Recreation Minister

Christ United Methodist Church

251-706-3326

 

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:6