Today, I come to you on a trait that is nearly extinct in our generation. It’s a trait that is necessary. It’s an essential trait in the local church. I come to you on behalf of 1 Corinthians 15:58. “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for as much as you know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.”

The word I want to present to you today is the word “faithfulness.” Faithfulness is missing. Faithfulness is gone. Faithfulness means reliability or dependability. And in this day and hour, we need Christians to just be reliable, to be dependable in their church attendance. It seems so simple. In their giving, it just seems so simple. But we need to be faithful in our service, in our prayer, our holiness, and our separation, and the list could go on and on.

I’m so thankful for Christians who have been an example of faithfulness in my life. I remember my Sunday school teacher, Brother Bill Nill, one of my favorite teachers, and I don’t really remember any of his lessons that he taught, but I remember his trait of faithfulness. He taught Sunday school fifth and sixth-grade boys until he died, went to heaven. Faithfulness is a trait that each of us can exhibit, and I promise you this, you’ll be faithful in your ministry, you will be a help to the man of God.

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Andrew Reimers

Andrew Reimers, Sunday School Director

Having grown up in a wonderful Christian home, Brother Reimers was saved at an early age. After high school, he moved from Meriden, Connecticut, to attend Golden State Baptist College in 2009. Following graduation, he married his wife Joy and joined the church staff as Director of North Valley Publications and the Sunday School.