First Step Class:
THIS SUNDAY, we are offering our First Step class on September 26th.
This is a required step in joining the church.
If you have not taken this class and are even interested in joining the church, it would be important for you to attend! It normally goes from 9 AM to 11:45 AM on Sunday morning (the time of BFG and the service).
This class does not make you a member but is a required step in the whole process of membership, even watch care.
Our First Step class is only offered a couple of times a year, so take advantage of this opportunity on September 26th!!
- BFG (Bible Fellowship Group) Sunday Morning 10:30 AM, RM 202
- Sunday Worship: 9:00 AM
Our singles group will be dividing up into men’s and women’s small groups this fall, going through the Psalms.
Time: 7 PM
Location: 7600 Carmil Court
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: 9101 Leicester Court
- BFG (Bible Fellowship Groups) Sunday Morning 9:00 AM, RM 202
- Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM
Kellie Gough has invited our college group over to play yard games and end the night around a campfire!
Date: Friday, October 1st
Time: 6:30-10:30 (Come anytime between this time frame and stay for as long as you’d like!!)
Address: Will be posted in GroupMe
We are back to normal scheduling for college night!! This Sunday evening, our meal will be provided by the senior adults and Pastor Tommy will be preaching. You’re not going to want to miss this!!!
Time: 6-8 PM
Location: Room 231 (the youth room)
Wednesday Night Discipleship:
Beginning at 6:30 PM
Adults will have the opportunity to serve with the Choir, attend Open Bible Study with TJ Betts studying the Psalms, or meet in Discipleship Groups.
Men’s groups will be using the book Disciplines of a Godly Man by R Kent Hughes, and women’s groups will use Disciplines of Godly Women by Barbara Hughes as a springboard to invest in one another’s lives.
For more information, and to register, click here!!
Check out our website or GroupMe App for more info regarding specific events!!
Our Week in the Word segment this week comes from Timothy Babatunde, one of our college group interns.
The Soul Satisfied in Christ
“I have set the LORD always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not be shaken. Therefore, my heart is glad, and my whole being rejoices; my flesh also dwells secure.”
In light of the Psalmist’s confidence in the Lord, Dr. T.J. Betts exhorted us this past Sunday to seek to consciously set the Lord before us and delight in him daily, for no other entity can satisfy the bliss and security our longing souls so much desire than Jesus Christ. Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) wrote “The Soul Satisfied in Christ,” a masterfully crafted expression of the most excellent and joyful condition of finding Jesus Christ delightfully satisfying, in his little book Gleanings Among the Sheaves. Spurgeon wrote…
“He who delights in the possession of the Lord Jesus hath all that heart can wish. As for created things, they are like shallow and deceitful brooks; they fail to supply our wants, much less our wishes. The bed of earthly enjoyment is shorter than that a man can stretch himself on it, and the covering narrower than that he can wrap himself in it; but in Jesus, there is room for imagination’s stretch and widest range. When Jesus is enjoyed, He puts a fulness into all other mercies; His house is full when He is there; His throne of grace is full when He sits on it; his guest chamber is full when He is master of the feast. The creature without Christ is an empty thing, a lamp without oil, a bone without marrow; but when Christ is present our cup runneth over, and we eat bread to the full. A dinner of herbs, when we have communion with Him, is as rich a feast as a stalled ox; and our narrow cot is as noble a mansion as the great house of the wealthy. Go not abroad, ye hungry wishes of my soul – stay ye at home, and feast on Jesus; for abroad ye must starve, since all other beloveds are empty and undesirable. Stay with Christ and eat ye that which is good and delight thyself in fatness.”
Brethren, no other place can satisfy our daily thirst, hunger, and need than our Master, Lord, Savior, and Friend himself. Therefore, let us ceaselessly set Him before us and delight ourselves in this everlasting bliss!