The Lord’s Day, October 12, 2014
@9:15 AM – Prelude to Worship
@9:30 AM – The Family in Worship
Hymns, Prayer, Praise and Worship in the Word
This Week: “The Crucible of Zarephath” 1 Kings 17:8-24 | Pastor Craig
@11:00 AM – The Family Fellowship
A few minutes to build relationships … coffee and snacks served!
@11:15 AM – The Family in Discipleship
There’s a class for you! Nursery | Children | Jr. & Sr. High | Young Adults | Adults
This Sunday in the Adult Discipleship Classes, Atonement Thread, Session Eleven: “The Bread of Life”
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@6:00 PM – The Theology Program | Introduction to Theology
This Week: “Postmodern Epistemology” Session Four
Coming Up @ Grace
Grace Family Fall Fellowship – Saturday, October 18th – Click here for more info!
The Testimony of Baptism – Sunday, October 26th at Drakes Creek.
Pastor Steve Recommends
Seeing God – Loving God
“As we continue to apprehend God in his being and character, we understand his love and holiness more readily. This fuller understanding leads to a more robust love of God, which in turn shows our smallness of love and compels us to greater love and holiness, by his grace. The point is the more we see God, the more our character is affected for the glory of his name, and thus we must seek to know God for who he is and live in response to that knowledge.” You can read the rest HERE.
You Do Who You Are
“Paul knew that all of our behaviors result from what we believe about who God is as revealed through what God does, leading to what we believe about who we are. God’s work in Jesus Christ grants us a whole new identity, and this new identity leads to a whole new way of living.
We do what we do because of who we are.
You do who you are. Being precedes doing.
God is and God does. And he does what he is. His activity reveals the truth about who he is.” You can read the rest HERE.
“Someday, when she reaches for my hand, by then softened with age, I will run crooked fingers across her palms, and when I stop at the rough spots, I will smile. Because I know that mothers work hard. And the callouses bring with them all the secrets that keep an old woman warm at night.” You can read the rest HERE.