One of the dreams of Revolution is not only to change the city we are in, Tucson, but to change the state and beyond. Over the weekend I got an email I thought I’d share with you to show how that is beginning to happen.
Recently, after hearing some advice about how to spend your free time with God, I was looking up my own church on iTunes. My church is also called Revolution. After downloading services I had missed from my own church to listen to on my commute to work, at the bottom of the list there was a section that said persons who bought this also bought this. And there is where I found your podcast. So I listened to the services missed and found that I really enjoyed this time to learn about God. I was out of things to listen to and so I downloaded your Book of Nehemiah series. Although this church is marketed for men, I am a woman who is so grateful for this podcast. You have brought the Bible alive for me and helped me to see things from a different perspective. I need you to know how much this has impacted my life. My favorite was Nehemiah 3, which I had never heard even spoke about before and how you brought out how excited everyone would have been to see their name in this book. Also how under appreciated volunteers can be and how we need to always remember them. If ever I were to find myself in the Tucson area, I would feel that I had a church there already. I find myself waiting to hear what God is saying through you next. Thank You so much for podcasting this and for making your study notes and quiet time schedule available online. I have found all these very useful. I felt compelled to communicate to you how much this has all impacted my life. I am so grateful and am sure that you know that God is doing great things with this church. I know I am not the only one here who has heard these podcast, because of where I found them. I thank God for you.
– Heather, Schertz/ Cibolo, TX
Love technology and what it enables us to do for the kingdom. I’m grateful for Paul and his team and how hard they work to make this area of our church work.