From Pastor Mark Roberts                                 September 24, 2006

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Dear Members of the IPC Family,

One of my greatest challenges as a pastor is communicating with you folks. It wasn't easy when we were a 500-member church, and it's even harder now that we're quite a bit larger.

Of course I have your attention for about twenty minutes each weekend if you're in church, but that amount of time is hardly enough for me to get out all of what I want to share with you. I get a fairly regular piece in the Salt Shaker, which is great, but limited in impact because the Salt Shaker isn't published very often. I also have a couple of websites that many at IPC visit frequently ( and The Daily Psalm). But I'd still like to find a more personal and active way to communicate with more of the IPC family on a regular basis.

For this reason I'm launching The Pastor's Letter. (Thanks to Dale Huntington for the idea!) This will be an e-mail piece that I will send to IPC folks who sign up to receive it. I expect I'll send a letter a couple of times a month, on average. The topics will range from a devotional thought to a practical idea to a personal story to, well, who knows? Also, I will gladly receive questions from you on all sorts of subjects and will address them, as I have time, in The Pastor's Letter. If you want to ask a question, please e-mail me.

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