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July 14, 2013
SUNDAY SERVICES

Adult Class (10:00) – Pastor Gary
Morning Service (11:00) – Pastor Gary
Evening Service (7:00) – Pastor Gary*

PROPHETESSES
Prophets, Then And Now

*Synopsis – There are ten women in the Bible who are expressly called prophetesses and carried on the office of the prophet.  They are: Miriam, Deborah, Huldah, Noadiah, Isaiah’s wife, Anna, and the four daughters of Philip.  Now the first six (Miriam to Anna) can rightfully be put in the Old Testament, but the last four (Philip’s daughters) are definitely New Testament and the fulfillment of the church prophesy, …and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy.  Pastor Gary will speak on how those girls then, speak to our girls now. 

CIVIC DAY SUNDAY

Sunday, August 4 (10:00) – Pastor Gary will do a show-and-tell lesson on the high-wire/dare-devil testimony of born-again believer, Nick Wallenda.  The lesson is entitled, Walking The Straight And Narrow.

Sunday, August 4 (11:00) – It is our communion time and Stuart Foy will preach.  Following the service, there will be a Kentucky Fried Chicken dinner with all of the  fixings downstairs in the Fellowship Room.

Sunday, August 4 (7:00) – The bio of hymnist William Bradbury: He Leadeth Me, Jesus Loves Me, Just As I Am, Saviour Like A Shepherd Lead Us, Sweet Hour Of Prayer, and The Solid Rock.  Mark Wassink will preach.

SUNDAY SCHOOL FILM

INDESCRIBABLE
Eight Centuries, Two Men, One Song

About – Amidst financial pressures and the uncertainties of World War II, Pastor Frederick Lehman begins to write  a hymn about God’s love.  When he gets stuck on the third verse, his ten-year-old son Blynn comes to the rescue by calling a sibling council and laying out a strategy for the children to help their father finish the song.  Along the way, the brothers and sisters – waste a lot of paper, explore an old asylum, meet a real Jewish rabbi, and learn about the events that took place eight centuries earlier.  A film for the whole family, it is the amazing true story behind the classic hymn, The Love Of God.  We will show the ninety-minute drama in three
parts during the Sunday School time (10:00 – 10:45) on  Sundays (August 11, 18, 25).  It is closed-captioned.