Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Random thoughts in my head from last weekend...

The church is a gathering of people called together, according to His purpose. It’s a place to honor Christ and encourage one another to become the people He designed us to become.

The church is where seeds of Hope and Healing take root and find their home in relationships…connected with Christ and one another.

Scripture reminds us wherever two or more are gathered in His name, He is there.

The church is not a building. I have always said (and promise you) if our facility were to burn to the ground, we will have church service the following weekend. We will worship together at a location…somewhere.

I love special times of prayer like this past weekend…commissioning and open altar.

I love the focused intensity of the people willing to sacrifice to reach the next family for Christ.

I love that I have already received an email saying I will not be alone at the new Sunday 6pm service…people are stepping up!

I love that Cypress puts the vision to glorify Christ, reaching people for Christ, and serving our community in the love of Christ above their personal comfort.

I love that 827 people committed to put Christ first in their finances…287 of those committed to Begin Tithing and accepted the 3-Month Challenge! This is a huge step of faith reflected in their finances.

I am blessed we both call Cypress home!

See you this coming weekend for some of the best Christmas music you have ever heard…A WEEKEND IN DECEMBER!

Invite a friend and get here early for good seatsJ
Pastor Ken



  1. I absolutely enjoy praising Jesus with everyone at Cypress! This is a very blessed church with amazing people!

  2. My family and I are stepping up and will be at the new 6pm service. God is Good we have so much to be thankful for this year. We BEAT CANCER. THANK YOU GOD. YOU ARE GOOD

  3. My wife, 3 stepchildren (10, 13 & 15) and I have been coming to Cypress for the past month or so. We really enjoy the music and Pastor Ken's messages. We look for to growing closer to God and hopefully making a lot of life long friends.