How’s your Sunday afternoon going?

We’re praying for all who are traveling home from the Riverside meeting and anticipating hearing about what the Ministry taught and what God did for those who were there–we can’t wait!

Over here on The Bridge, we’re flipping through some pictures from our special Potluck Fellowship Sunday a couple of weeks ago.  We’re looking at photos remembering, laughing, and seeing how when people’s desires line up with building the church, it changes the game.

We thought you might be interested in seeing the pictures since we were just talking about it last week.  We hope you enjoy🙂


There was so much food—it was ahh-mazing.

Brother Nobles called a special Sunday service at the Church at Onslow for all of our assemblies.  After service, we opened our dining hall to gather and invite everyone and their friends over for a potluck dinner.

Around a table of generosity and hospitality is where lively conversations are heard with Jesus at the center.  It’s a way to get to know people better and eat delicious home-cooked food.

Eating together as a church creates a sense of belonging, caring, sharing, and family.  It’s where friendships flourish and where we collectively express kindness and thankfulness.  It’s the perfect environment to get to know some of the people who make up our churches, connect with each other, and share our experiences in our walk with God.

Let’s face it, close friends and family make life more fun.

Potluck Sunday was a day of epic worship, life-changing teaching from the Word, fun fellowship, and great food!

This is us, living the good life with His joy!












  1. This was wonderful time for the family of God to gather together and love and appreciate each other all the more. There was such a spirit of caring and sharing. Can hardly wait to do this again!


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