While the weather might not feel like Fall, today is in fact the first day of Fall! And with Fall, comes several opportunities to get out and live on mission in our neighborhoods and in our city!
You can download the new San Marcos Activity Guide here to see what our city is up to and how you can get involved! You can also find the local football schedules here and here. Gather with your MC and go cheer on our Rattlers and Bobcats!
Other upcoming neighborhood events include National Night Out and Halloween. For ideas on how to make Halloween a missional experience, read this article by Jeff Vanderstelt. Share the article with your MC and begin planning now how you will use that day for the Kingdom of God.
Living on mission requires prayerful intentionality. It requires sacrifice, carving out space and time and money to do life with people and before people. It doesn’t just happen naturally. This season can get very busy, very fast. We can’t let busyness prevent mission. Remember the motto: we say “no” so that we can say “yes.” As Believers, our primary calling is to make disciples. Saying yes to making disciples means we’ll be saying no to countless other things that would pull us away from the task that Jesus himself gave us in Matthew 28.
Living on mission requires prayerful intentionality. It doesn’t just happen naturally.
Together, let’s pray that this Fall season doesn’t pass us by unclaimed. Let’s look for ways to redeem this season for Jesus’s namesake!