Saturday, March 26, 2011

Conyers, GA

Ok I wanted to go ahead and post what I'm about to say to my blog so when people eventually find out anyway, there aren't any questions or rumors. Here's the info from me lol. This Friday the 25th of March My dad held a special business meeting at our church in which he resigned as Pastor of the church of Sulphur, LA. He has become Pastor of a church in Conyers, Ga. He feels that it is Gods will to go, especially after being Pastor of this church for 20 plus years. I know for a fact as his son that he would not pack a single box without being absolutely sure it was what he felt God wanted him to do. The Church is God's church and sometimes he reassigns people as he sees fit. Eld Boyd has accepted the church in Sulphur, and the transition will be effective the 27th of March. This is going to be a great undertaking for us and our whole family but God made all the pieces fall into place without us trying to force it into place. Me, my mom, my dad, Gabriel, Sara, Little Jonathan, and Michael are all moving to Georgia. Please keep us in our prayers, especially my mom and dad as they will be leaving the people and place they have lived and raised their sons in for so long but we are excited for what God has in store for us and is ready to do in Conyers. I will still have a blog, i enjoy doing this and will try to keep everyone as updated as possible. This is all we know at this time. God Bless!

-Angelo Alvear

4 comments:

  1. May God's hand of blessing be upon you all in this new season in your lives. I admire your family for being so willing to leave home to follow God's call.
    Conyers is blessed to be getting this wonderful family.

    ~Bethany~

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  2. I want a day by day update. ; )

    -Destiny

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  3. God bless your family and especially my friend Rev. Jonathan Alvear
    Pr. Jefferson Souza

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  4. So sad to lose such great "neighbors". I have held it as a personal source of pride that you and your family were just right up the road from Vidor. As you said in your post, there's no way your dad would have ever done this if he wasn't absolutely sure it was God's will. I admire your dad and his stand for truth. He is what I consider the "spokesman" of Pentecost. We are in prayer for you and your family. May the Lord richly bless this new chapter in your life. We'll miss seeing your around the area.

    Joseph and Angela (Phillips) Gibson

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