Beginning the transition

Celtic CrossGreetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ!  I am thankful that you have chosen to take a few moments to stop by my blog.  As I enter into this period of transition, I feel like I am very much in an “already, but not yet” phase of my life and ministry.  I am in the process of saying goodbye to a community of faith that has truly become my family here while preparing to become a part of a wonderful new community of faith.

In the coming weeks, I will be using this blog space to share quite a few different things – hopes and dreams of my upcoming ministry setting, reflections upon the last nine years of ministry here in Sioux Falls, thoughts about what I am reading in my devotions, and also some random thoughts about this transition experience for me and my family.

For members of First Presbyterian Church, I pray you will find this place to be one where you can share your thoughts and feelings about this time of transition.  For members of the Presbyterian Church of Wyoming, I pray this space will be one where we can begin the process of building our relationship in our future common ministry.  And for all who visit, I pray it is a place where we can experience the goodness of God and the joy of being in the Body of Christ.

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1 comment

  1. Rev. Goode –
    Congrats and welcome from Wyoming. I will be out of town this weekend but wish you all the best. I’m sure it will go well. But, I am sending my support and prayers along with my regrets. The congregation is excited to meet you, A & Z’s.
    I wanted you to hear we have a good core of young and middle aged families
    who are involved and ready to follow where you lead. Please know you will have good people of all ages to rely on.
    I’ll catch up with you on our next trip.

    Rich Uhle

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