So I was checking my emails just now and saw that a church had offered me an opportunity to oversee their young adult and kids ministry. This honestly caught me off guard as I don't ever remember setting up a ministry profile on this website and even more so after visiting that the first response I receive is nearly 4 years later.
The church says its non-denominational which I personally love, but it's theology is heavy Pentecostal/charismatic. It's an opportunity I find myself intrigued by, especially given my recent struggles and such. I find my heart somewhat lifted by it even with the impossibility it presents. I live in Kansas now, the church is located in North Carolina, a good 1500 miles away.
Oh dear! So near and yet so far!
But nice to know they considered you, eh?
Yeah, it was :)
What's the problem with Pentecostal/Charismatic? NAR is Pentecostal/Charismatic and you're affiliated with that movement, which reminds me that I haven't listened to the prayer room in way too long. The only thing that could be an issue there is that churches that identify as Pentecostal tend to be all about outward holiness and inward pride.