Pastor appreciation

pastor appreciationThroughout the year, certain days, weeks and even months are set aside for thanking the moms, dads, teachers and other groups that serve us throughout the year. In the U.S., October has been set aside for churches, hospitals and other institutions to express special thanks to those who serve them as clergy.

The denominational staff of Grace Communion International extend their heartfelt thanks to the pastoral leaders (pastors, elders and pastoral care team members) who serve within GCI’s congregations. We know that your acts of service express not only your love and dedication but also the infinite love that God has for us all.

As fellow servants, we deeply appreciate your continued service within our denomination. We would not be the same without you!

As GCI continues its journey on mission with Jesus, we are blessed to have gifted men and women shepherding the members entrusted to their care. We know that your labor is not only making a difference in their lives, but also in the lives of others within the communities in which you serve. Our sincere thanks for who you are and all you do in our Lord’s service.

4 thoughts on “Pastor appreciation”

  1. I would like to express my sincere appreciation to all at Headquarters and church administration for the wonderful job you all do in “shepherding the shepherds!”
    Larry

  2. Yes and Amen to Larry’s comment!! Thank you Headquarters staff for your dedication and care for all of us.

    Carrie 🙂

  3. We praise GOD and thank each of you who have so unslfishly given of your time and energy to the overall well being of the flocks. Your love for GOD and HIS people are greatly appreciated, from the top down. Our prayers are with all you who continue in the vineyard for the LORD. GOD bless and keep each of you and give you peace. Love and best wishes to your and your families.

  4. It is an inspiration to me to have witnessed so many people giving of themselves for the good of the congregations they serve. Leading a congregation can be hard, yet they are willing to sacrifice for the good of those they are privileged to work with.

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