Q&A With Pastor Lee - 8/28 Service
responsibility to fix it.
Q&A With Pastor Lee - 8/21 Service
Heaven On Earth!
First, we want to get our Rise Students in their own facility on Sundays. Right now our teens are in the main worship service, but sometime in September, they will have their own space. We are working on fixing up the inside of one of the buildings on the property across the street. That’s going to be the Rise Headquarters. But until that happens, we want our teens in the main service sitting with their family or with their friends. My vision for our Rise Students is three fold: (1) For them to HAVE FUN, (2) For them to GROW IN THEIR FAITH, (3) For them to PREPARE FOR THEIR FUTURE. Fun, Faith & Future. Look, we are not raising boys and girls. We are raising future men and women! Future CEO’s, Presidents, Senators, Educators, Preachers, Scientist, Lawyers, Doctors, and Entrepreneurs, etc. I see Eagles Nest being a training ground for our Teens. We have so many successful adults at Eagles Nest. I want us to start a mentoring program where we match up teens to adults who are in their field of interest. There is so much more I can say. But we will be rolling out a robust discipleship strategy for our teens this fall. Stay tuned.
First, read the Bible more. The Bible has never been easier to read because now you can get it on your mobile phone! Download the You Version App and start one of the reading plans. They have great devotions that you can grow from. Read from the Psalms and Proverbs every day. You can read a chapter in Proverbs everyday as it has 31 chapters. Secondly, intentionally spend a quiet time with God, every day. Even if it’s just 10-15 minutes. Turn off you phone or put it on silent during this time. Spend time praying, reading, and just talking to God. You’ll be amazed at what will happen to you. Thirdly, sign up for one of the Eagles Nest University classes (ENU) for the fall semester. It’s a great way to grow in your knowledge of the Bible and to interact and learn from other Christians. Oh, one more thing, come to church (in-person) as much as you can! There is nothing like experiencing the presence of God in a room with other people.
Q&A With Pastor Lee - 8/14 Service
First of all, I read about 2-3 books a month as I believe any leader should be a reader. So here’s what I’m reading right now:
-Blood at the Root: A Racial Cleansing in America (by Patrick Phillips)
-The Jewish Phenomenon: 7 Keys to the Enduring Wealth of a People (by Steven Silbiger)
We invest in the community primarily by partnering with some of the superstar organizations that serve the Roswell community. Organizations like North Fulton Charities, Drake House, Homestretch, and Centennial High School, to name a few, are organizations that we’ve invested our time and money in. Our goal is to be a blessing to the City of Roswell and to simply serve the community as much as we can.
Just like an Eagle is the leader in the bird community, I believe those of us at Eagles Nest Church are called to be leaders! Leaders in our families, in business, education, politics, and so on. I believe Eagles Nest Church is supposed to raise up extraordinary leaders that will change the world! But every leader needs a nest. A nest is where a leader comes to get fed, encouraged, coached up, and cared for. I want Eagles Nest Church to be that place for people who are serious about changing the world for the better. We are a place where leaders learn to soar!