Sara Wroblewski – Executive Director
“My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness. I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus’ name. On Christ the solid Rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand, all other ground is sinking sand.”
Happy New Year!
I love seeing one year come to an end and another year begin. As a year ends, I have the chance to reflect on the changes that have occurred, how I’ve grown, and what I’ve learned about God and myself. I get to remember all the awestruck moments of wonder at seeing God’s handiwork in both big things and small. It’s a sweet time of year where, almost on cue, I find my mind and heart slowing from their usual busy paces to cherish these things and thank the Lord once again for all He has done. As a new year begins, I have the chance for a renewed excitement and anticipation. 366 new days (leap day gives us a whole extra day this year!) holds a lot of possibility and, in my experience, very few of those days are dull!
There certainly never seems to be a lack of excitement here at PCC. God is constantly up to something and working in ways I would never imagine on my own. As 2019 came to a close we had a lot of changes and transitions occur including our South Whidbey Clinic location closing its doors, three members leaving our staff for three different God-ordained reasons, and a new staff member joining our team. There were days it was hard to understand why so much had to happen in such a short amount of time. There were days where tears were more present than laughter. It’s on such tougher days that we must remember to “wholly lean on Jesus name”, knowing that God is still sovereign. Sometimes the process hurt and that’s ok. Growing pains are like that. They stretch us out and sometimes we feel like we can’t take any more, but as they subside, we recognize how much stronger and more ready we are for what’s coming next.
In 2020 we expect to see God continue to do big things at PCC. We are excited for a year of new clients, new babies being saved and born into this world, brand new and renewed salvation decisions being made, and continued provision of financial and material goods that make it possible for the work to keep being done!
We are also excited to start regular Worthy of Love post-abortion study groups this year! Our first one will begin Wednesday, February 5th at 10:00am in Freeland. We will meet every Wednesday from February 5th-March 25th. More information will be made available through our website and in our local churches throughout the month of January. If you or someone you know is interested in participating in this powerful study, or if you have any questions about it, visit our website at https://islandspcc.org/post-abortion/.
As always, thank you for your support of this ministry. We are encouraged by your commitment to the sanctity of life and we covet your prayers as we continue fulfilling the mission before us. May all the glory, honor, and praise go to Christ, our solid Rock!