Congratulations to Jonathan McSperritt on his military graduation from boot camp.
Hurray for Jon!
Good Friday Morning to All,
Here is this week’s bulletin. Almost the middle of the year. Time flies … 🙂
We begin our Romans study this week. Next Sunday is the Global Day of Prayer.
When am I the best patriot? When do I truly have my country’s best interests at heart? When I have first things first and am seeking first God’s righteousness. And when I am living a life of honor in every respect before God and man.
Message Title: Serving with Honor!
Message Text: 1 Timothy 6:11-16, Deuteronomy 20:1-9
A time to remember and to honor those who have served. Citizens of heaven first but also thankful citizens of the good ol’ US of A. Our country is very imperfect and flawed but still the best place in the world to live.
Here is this week’s bulletin. This week’s bulletin is in color. I just couldn’t bring myself to do red, white and blue in grayscale. 🙂
I don’t have to spend time this Sunday proving a lot, building a case for my interpretation. The point is very clear. No love means nothing – I say nothing, I am nothing, I gain nothing.
Our question this week is – “Do we believe what God says in 1 Corinthians 13”?
I wonder how this might transform how we relate to one another, board meetings, committee sessions … ?
Message Title: Do We Believe What God Says in 1 Corinthians 13?
Message Text: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
Here is our bulletin for this week.
Calvin Meyer Leukemia Benefit @3 pm at the Comfort Inn & Suites in Burlington, IA.
Here are the handouts for Sunday.
Mothers, you want to feed your children good, wholesome food so they will be healthy, right?
Same thing with God’s word. Healthy (sound) doctrine means spiritually healthy children. This week we are going to look at maybe the best comfort food there is: contentment.
Basically, God says, “Live the life you have with honor in every respect and trust him to care for you.” This is sound doctrine. A good, healthy spiritual diet.
What happens when materialism chokes our perspective and “things” become too enticing? We have “a different doctrine” Paul says.
This different (unhealthy) doctrine creates a craving for controversy and quarrels about words, which produces:
Yuk! Not very tasty for the children of God. What we need is a good dose of godliness and we’re going to the kitchen to see what’s cooking.
Message Title: Contentment: The Best Comfort Food!
Message Text: 1 Timothy 6:1-10
Here is this week’s bulletin for May 11, 2014 – Mothers Day!