This morning I had my message all lined up, but as happens more often than not, the Holy Spirit moved in and changed it up after I got a letter! This week we will be sharing on: Is Your Life Centered On The Cross? But first this letter: Dear Dewey,
I just want to say thank you for being such an amazing and inspirational speaker. I remember so many good and fond memories from your days in LaPorte at the radio station. I was so excited when I spoke to Ken Coe and found out where you were and that you had become a pastor. I went on Facebook to see if I could reconnect with you. I remember typing out the letter about who I was and hoping that you would respond. It took a few weeks as I expected because I knew what a busy man you are. Finally I received my response. My heart started to beat faster as I opened my Facebook page. You not only remembered me but also about my family and our pharmacy. That friendship from years ago returned as if there had been no gap in time. I found myself wishing I lived closer to you and your ministry so I could hear you speak. That’s when you sent me the first link to one of your podcasts. I couldn’t wait to click on the link. I started the sermon and heard your familiar voice from so many years ago. It was as if no time had passed. I was raised Catholic but haven’t attended a Catholic Church for many years since losing both of my parents within 14 months of each other and losing my husband 11 years ago to stomach cancer at the age of 46. I don’t want to say I had lost my faith but I had become very distant and bitter with God. Listening to you preach brought something alive back in my soul. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. And I thank God for giving you the gift to speak and touch people’s hearts. I pray every day that God makes it possible for me to thank you in person some day. Thank you again my wonderful and dear friend.
105 Parkview Avenue
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