There’s Hope

I  have hope . . .

  • in the seen and unseen work of God.
  • in the possibilities to come.
  • in the newness of the day.
  • in the not-yet.

These four components of hope come from my 60th-year-life-verse:

See, the former things have taken place,
    and new things I declare;
before they spring into being
    I announce them to you. (Isaiah 42:9, NIV).

It’s a word for all–there’s hope–in the newness of the day and in the not-yet.


It matters–Kerrie

I was surprised when I was picked up for a birthday luncheon by a long-time friend in a 1955 turquoise Thunderbird– the year I was born–too much fun!

Life is full of surprises–HOPE!

picked up in a 1955 Thunderbird 1in the thunderbird 2Driving away 3 in the 1955 thunderbird

Would you consider praying big for The Red Door Community Church  and asking others to pray big.  We launch on 9.13.15 and would love you to set your phone/alarm at 9:13 AM & PM as a reminder to pray specifically

for God’s favor,
for a place,
for people to boldly join us in this adventure,
for The Red Door Community Church to make a difference in the community, giving thanks.

We will be sending The Red Door Prayer and Information Publication for April in a couple of weeks.  We are praying for many individuals to stand with us.

If, you would like to receive The Red Door Prayer and Publication Email let me know.  Here’s the form:

(Written by Kerrie Carlisle Palmer © 2015 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)

One thought on “There’s Hope”

  1. Nah…you aren’t 60. Noel and I are both in agreement on this matter. You are ONE SPRING CHICK! Nevertheless, happy birthday year!

    Love and Blessings, Noel and Vickie

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