A New Chapter

If you have been reading my blog recently, you know that God has led me to embark on a new chapter in my life. After serving at Grace Point Community Church for the last 11 years, He is now leading me on a brand new adventure.

Change is not always easy. It often requires a measure of faith that is greater than what has previously been lived out. That is where I find myself now. A new journey of faith. A new chapter in life.

I am excited to see what it is that God has next for me and my family. As we are seeking God for His next assignment, I have put together a new web site designed for those that may also be beginning a new chapter within their church ministry. My new resume site is a site created to give churches a glimpse into my life and ministry.

If you are part of a church, or know of one, that is seeking God's will for a new pastoral position, I invite you to take a look. I would love to find myself ministering to students once again, or perhaps even in a new area of ministry. You will find my site at http://brianeberly.wordpress.com. Once there you will find various posts, videos, articles, and more all designed to give you a look into my ministry. You will also find easy downloads of my resume, philosophy of ministry, and doctrinal statement. For easy reference, I have also added a link to this new site in the sidebar of this blog. You will find it listed under Sites of Interest

If you have a need in your church, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would love to talk with you about the new chapter God is beginning in your life and ministry!


Anonymous said...

Been thinking/praying about you lately.

Doug Jones said...

Dude - you are a bold man to have stepped out literally not knowing the next step - that is so encouraging to me and what an amazing legacy to share with your kids; know you are not alone - I will continue praying with you as you seek the next step.

It is in that place between here and there - between this step and the next step though that we truly meet with God in the present and it is His presence that will equip; prepare; refresh and revive for what is around the corner.


Brian Eberly said...

I sure appreciate the prayer guys. Thanks!

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