Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays
It's a real blessing to see how God is working in our church! It's always exciting to see Him at work and be a part of what He is doing!
Wednesday nights continue to be a blessing to children-adults! AWANA starts at 6:00 p.m. and right after the children dismiss from the sanctuary (around 6:10) we have a discipleship and prayer time for youth-adults.
In our discipleship time right now we are going through "Facets of Sharing Our Faith." We will go over things such as 'Understanding the Gospel,' 'Knowing How to Share Your Testimony,' 'Knowing How to Listen,' 'Knowing How to Answer Common Objections to Christianity,' and 'Understanding and Engaging Your Personal Mission Field.' It's a great time of equipping and a great time of praying as we pray through the A.C.T.S. model of prayer. We hope to see you on Wednesdays!
Saturday services have begun and a really unique culture is growing on Saturday nights! We begin with worship at 5:00 p.m. and Bible Study for all ages follows immediately after (around 6:15). Our Saturdays have a very relaxed feel to them. We still sing the same songs and the message on Saturdays is the same on Sundays. What some have said (and I think it may be the case!) 'I like the way Saturday 'feels,' and I think my lost and or unchurched friends might be more open to attending this service than a Sunday service.'
God is at work in mighty ways in both! I want to encourage you that if you are not connected, perhaps you'll find Saturday services are for you and or your family and friends!
Of course, we still welcome you on Sunday mornings (Bible Study at 9:45 a.m.; Worship at 11:00)! We are just excited about the possibilities on Saturday and want you to be aware of them!
We are in a sermon series on the Life of David: "After God's Own Heart." We are looking at what a life of faith and walking with God looks like.
God is Good and moving! Hope to see you this week!
Grace and Peace,
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