Bi-lingual Evangelical Church In Fuente Alamo
As I sit down to write July’s article for the Costa Cálida Chronicle, we are in the middle of June and slowly progressing out of the lockdown caused by the Coronavirus.
I’m sure we are all grateful and relieved to be returning to some sort of ‘normal’ and many will feel a sense of apprehension and perhaps anxiety as we wait to see what the ‘new normal’ will be. There is much talk of the inevitable recession to come.
What have we learned (if anything) from this time in lockdown?
For sure we are all breathing cleaner air. The cuts in air travel mean that one of the greatest polluters on the planet (the jet engine) is being used much less and the cut in travel generally means a big reduction in fossil fuel pollution.
When the recession is over, what then?
What will you do differently?
Will you appreciate your home and your family more?
Will you try to live more simply?
Will you place more value on your friends and the people who the Lord brings into your life? We all need a network of positive friends.
Are you going to consider giving God a higher priority in your life?
Don’t be afraid to ask for advice, help and prayer, when you go through tough times. Don’t just clam up and pretend everything is okay when it’s not. You can ask your family and friends and that’s great, but never forget that you have a Heavenly Father who loves you. Never be afraid to turn to Him.
Jesus died on a cross to set you free and to clear the way for you to approach our God personally, with boldness and confidence. He’s always there for you. He’s longing to hear from you. Give Him a call. It may change your life for ever.
Now is not the time to be optimistic or pessimistic. Now is the time to be realistic.
At the time of writing, the arrangements for our Sunday morning services are subject to change, so please give us a call if you would like to join us and find out more about Jesus. We would love to welcome you. Our services are held mainly in Spanish with translation into English via headsets (provided). Parts are sometimes in English translated into Spanish.
Our Sunday morning services are held at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.