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Care group reminder

Care Group 3: Please look for an email from “Your Caring Church” which will contain a link to the page where you can sign up for care group assignments.

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Missions

  • Brad Harrub – Focus Press
  • Cletus Ikechnicwu – Nigeria
  • Eastern European Missions
  • Honduras
  • In Search of the Lord’s Way
  • Japheth Obadiah – Nigeria
  • Maliisa Eddy – Uganda
  • Nigeria School of Biblical Studies
  • Nigerian SBS Student Support
  • Okello Bob – Uganda
  • Riley Hendrix – Coral Springs, FL
  • Steve Worley – Nigerian/Uganda
  • World Bible School
  • World Christian Broadcasting
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Bible Classes

Sunday 6 pm

Auditorium – “Book by Book” – Paul Norwood

Room 109 – “From Malachi to Matthew: The Silent Years” – Randall Smith & Chris West

Sunday 6 pm

Young Families/Young Adults – “In His Footsteps” – Bob Tracy

Wednesday 7 pm

Auditorium – “Colossians & Philemon” – Paul Norwood

Young Families/ Young Adults – “Between Sundays” – Dan Holt & Brandon Thomson

Ladies’ Class – “Conquering Your Giants” – Christy Hooper & Lisa Richardson

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Unity

I’ve heard much talk the last couple weeks about the need for unity. They are right. No establishment does well when it is divided from inside. Jesus rightly stated, “Every kingdom divided against itself is laid waste, and no city or house divid- ed against itself will stand” (Matthew 12:25). Whether we are talking about America or your family unit, strife from within tears people apart like nothing else. So, how can we have unity?

1. Be team- mates. Whenever we see others with the same aspirations and goals, willingly work with them. This is es- pecially vital to the success of our families. Hus- bands and wives must work together–that means never undermining the other for selfish reasons. Teammates all wear the same jersey and have a singular mission. (Further study: find and read the 11 passages that Paul us- es the term “fellow worker”.)

2. Don’t fault-find. We’re all imperfect. Thus, if you look very hard at all, you can find plenty of flaws. By giving focus to insufficiencies, failures, or past indiscretions, we cannot move forward together. (Of course, this is not encouragement to abandon accountability or discard the necessity of morality; it is simply a realization that looking for bad only highlights bad and little good comes from that.)

3. Discuss openly. Often disagreements can come from a lack of commu- nication–either a lack of speaking/explaining or a lack of hearing/understanding. When there’s a problem in a marriage, partners need to talk about it. Problems aren’t solved in silence. If there are differences, much good can come from respect- ful, honest dialogue. Read Proverbs 1:5, 18:12–13;

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Finances

01/23/2022

Weekly Budget: $12,300.00
Contribution: $11,554.00
Year to Date Budget: $49,200.00
Year to Date Contribution: $48,283.00

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Attendance

01/23/2022

Sunday Morning — 210

Sunday Evening — 149

Wednesday — 105

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Pantry Items

Chicken Dumplings / Chili
Please place donations in the basket located in the lobby.

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Bible Reading

January 1 — Genesis 1-3

January 2 — Genesis 4-7

January 3 — Genesis 8-11

January 4 — Genesis 12-15

January 5 — Genesis 16-18

January 6 — Genesis 19-21

January 7 — Genesis 22-24

January 8 — Genesis 25-26

January 9 — Genesis 27-29

January 10 — Genesis 30-31

January 11 — Genesis 32-34

January 12 — Genesis 35-37

January 13 — Genesis 38-40

January 14 — Genesis 41-42

January 15 — Genesis 43-45

January 16 — Genesis 46-47

January 17 — Genesis 48-50

January 18 — Exodus 1-3

January 19 — Exodus 4-6

January 20 — Exodus 7-9

January 21 — Exodus 10-12

January 22 — Exodus 13-15

January 23 — Exodus 16-18

January 24 — Exodus 19-21

January 25 — Exodus 22-24

January 26 — Exodus 25-27

January 27 — Exodus 28-29

January 28 — Exodus 30-32

January 29 — Exodus 33-35

January 30 — Exodus 36-38

January 31 — Exodus 39-40

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Youth in Action

 S’More Time Together will return to every Sunday night starting February 20th. 

Saturday February 5th, the boys will be attending the East Main young men’s day, afterwards we will meet the ladies for a game of laser tag. Then the ladies will do a service project.  Parents are invited to attend with their children.

February 13th we will have the annual WHY Football Game! This will be a fun day for all despite age, ability, or knowledge.

CYC is February 25th-27th! The cost will be $100 and $75 for each additional student. You can sign up here! 

 

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Sermon Topics

01/30/2022

“God’s Marvelous Plan-The Church”

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 3:10-11