I love Amanda’s Unfinished story. We have continued to hear stories of life transformation especially during our recent Unfinished series. As I look back over all that has happened at Pathway in the past six weeks, I’m overwhelmed with God’s goodness and grace. Truly, He uses us as Unfinished people to complete His Unfinished Mission. Paul’s words in Philippians 1:6 were never more true: “He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Christ Jesus.” So, what’s your Unfinished story? We would love for you to share it. You can do so online, on a connection card, or send me a note.


Remember, our initial goal was 100% engagement. So far, we have 522 new givers to Pathway Church; those are people who have made a commitment to give for the first time. This results in 2,940 total givers to Pathway through Unfinished. The overall total of commitments to date is $17,179,458! These numbers represent people who are opening up their hearts. This is a record of new givers, number of commitments, and total amounts committed for the next two years; and we are still receiving commitments! If you were not able to make your two-year commitment, there is still time. You can do so

Who are you inviting to Pathway this Easter? Did you know more people are open to attending church on Easter than any other time of the year? Your invite could be the key to having them take a step toward a relationship with Jesus. Now is the time to be inviting and making arrangements to pick them up or meet them at a service. Plan to rearrange your family schedule so you can attend with your guests. We have 12 service times at three campuses;check out our times and locations. In addition, you can help make room for our guests by attending with your family at a time other than 9:30 am or 11:00 am on Sunday morning.

Is there an “Amanda” in your life, someone in your family or workplace who is feeling lost and alone? Won’t you take this opportunity to make the ask? It could be just the thing that God uses to make a di erence in their life. That’s what Easter is all about!


Todd Carter, Lead Pastor