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September 19, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 20-21.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Gospel According to the Tabernacle - Part II

Text: Exodus 25:23-40

Outline: Two Parts of the Tabernacle that Give us a Glimpse into the Gospel

1) The Table (vv. 23-30)

2) The Lampstand (vv. 31-40)


Questions:

1) What does the table represent and how does it give you assurance of God's love?

2) What does the Bread of the Presence represent?

3) How is this tied to the Lord's Supper?

4) What are the various things that the lampstand represents?

5) In what way are we, as the church, the lampstand?

6) How can we be a brighter lampstand?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 146 - The Sixth Petition

Outline: Three Realities Acknowledged in the Sixth Petition

1) Our Weakness

2) Our Enemies' Power

3) Our God's Power

Q. 146. What is the sixth petition?

A. Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. We are feeble and weak by nature and cannot stand one moment without our most deadly enemies, Satan, the world, and our own flesh, incessantly attacking and assaulting us. Therefore, uphold, establish, and strengthen us by the might of Your Spirit that we may not in this spiritual combat yield as conquered, but withstand our enemies both stoutly and consistently, until we get the full and perfect victory.

From An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins



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9/19/21 Sunday School - Jackie

9/19/21 10:30 AM Worship - Terry Bryan

9/26/21 Sunday School - Jackie

9/26/21 10:30 AM Worship - Claire

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For September 19 Hartman/Stickerod

For September 26 S Feathers Family

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September 19: Dorm/Susan (Front) Sam (Back)

September 26: Sam (Front) Stephen/Libby (Back)

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September 12, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 20-21.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Gospel According to the Tabernacle - Part I

Text: Ex. 25:1-22

Outline: Two Pictures from the Tabernacle that Point us to the Work of Christ

1) The Contributions

2) The Ark 


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) Why does the Book of Exodus devote so much space to the tabernacle?

3) How does the people bringing a free-will contribution to the tabernacle point us to the fruit of the gospel?

4) How do the materials for the tabernacle relate to the work of Christ in redemption?

5) What does this section imply about the Christian life?

6) What is the ark meant to picture for us?

7) What is the mercy seat and why is it important to us as NT believers?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 145: The Fifth Petition

Outline: Three Aspects of the Fifth Petition

1) Reliable Basis

2) Reason

3) Result

Q. 145. Which is the fifth petition?

A. Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. On the basis of the blood of Christ, do not impute unto us, most miserable and wretched sinners, any of our offences or the corruption which still cleaves to us. By Your grace in our hearts, we sincerely purpose to pardon and forgive all those who have offended us.

From An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins



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September 12: Frank/Susan (Front) Sam (Back)

September 19: Sam (Front)

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September 5, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 19 and 20.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Insufficiency of the Old Covenant - Part II

Text: Exodus 24:9-18


Outline: Five Hints regarding the Insufficiency of the Old Covenant and therefore Our Need for Christ

1) Distance (vv. 1-2)

2) Obedience (vv. 3-8)

3) Blood (vv. 4-9)

4) Meal (vv. 9-11) (this week)

5) Mediator (vv. 12-18) (this week)


Questions:

1) What is the difference between the old covenant and the new covenant when it comes to worship both in distance and liturgy, and why?

2) How do we tend to think according to the old covenant/Law when it comes to our justification?

3) How do we tend to think according to the old covenant/Law when it comes to our obedience in sanctification?

4) Is sanctification monergistic? Why or why not?

5) What does it mean to die to the law and why is it necessary for true obedience/living for God?

6) How can it be said that the leaders saw God when John 1:18 says that no one has ever seen God?

7) What is the significance of this meal? 

8) How is the covenant meal different in the new covenant and what do those differences indicate to us?

9) How does Moses ascending the mountain point to Christ?


FELLOWSHIP LUNCH

Please bring a main dish and a side/salad to share.


Afternoon Service at 1:30 PM

Orthodox Catechism Question 144: The Fourth Petition

Q. 144. What is the fourth petition?

A. Give us this day our daily bread. We ask that You give to us everything which is needful for this life, that by these things we may acknowledge and confess You to be the only fountain from where all good things flow (a). We also confess that all our care and industry, and even Your own gifts, are unfavorable and harmful to us unless You bless them (b). Grant that, turning our trust away from all creatures, we place and rest it in You alone (c).

From An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins



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August 29, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 17 and 18.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Insufficiency of the Old Covenant - Part I

Text: Exodus 24:1-8


Outline: Five Hints regarding the Insufficiency of the Old Covenant and therefore Our Need for Christ

1) Distance (vv. 1-2)

2) Obedience (vv. 3-8)

3) Blood (vv. 4-9)

4) Meal (vv. 9-11) (next week)

5) Mediator (vv. 12-18) (next week)


Questions:

1) What is the difference between the old covenant and the new covenant when it comes to worship both in distance and liturgy, and why?

2) How do we tend to think according to the old covenant/Law when it comes to our justification?

3) How do we tend to think according to the old covenant/Law when it comes to our obedience in sanctification?

4) Is sanctification monergistic? Why or why not?

5) What does it mean to die to the law and why is it necessary for true obedience/living for God?


Afternoon Worship 4:00 PM

Bob Selph, a RBnet missionary, will be preaching at our evening service the next two Lord's Days.


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September 7: Kim/Esther

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September 5 Lisa/Cori (Front) Frank/Susan (Back)

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August 22, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 15 and 16.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Futility of Entering God's Rest by Our Works

Text: Exodus 23:20-33


Outline: Two Reasons why We Cannot Enter God's Rest by Our Works

1) The One Whom We are to Obey

2) It Requires Complete Obedience and Worship


Questions:

1) Who is this angel of the Lord, and how do you know this?

2) Why will this angel not pardon sin?

3) Why does this covenant require complete and perfect obedience?

4) What is a covenant of works and why did God put Israel under one here?

5) What is the difference with the covenant of grace? How does this make you thankful?

6) What would you tell your friend or family member who says that this passage teaches that if we obey, then we won't get sick?


Afternoon Worship 4:00 PM

Bob Selph, a RBnet missionary, will be preaching at our evening service the next two Lord's Days. After the service he will give a brief presentation on his work. We will have a fellowship meal after his presentation.


Fellowship Meal Following Afternoon Service

Fellowship Meal after the Evening Service this Sunday: Please bring a main dish and, if possible, a side dish for everyone to share.


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August 22: ______

August 29: _______

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For August 22: Kouloulos/Newton

For August 29: T. Feathers Family

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August 22 Tim/Kori (Front) Tonya/Claire (Back)

August 29 Tonya/Claire (Front) Lisa/Cori (Back)

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August 15, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 13 and 14.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Christ, Our Ransom

Text: Mark 10:45

Pastor Jeff Gonzales


Afternoon Worship 4:00 PM

Title: The Blessed Man

Text: Psalm 1

Pastor Jeff Gonzales


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August 15: Tonya

August 22: ??

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For August 22: Kouloulos/Newton

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August 15 Dave/JoAnna (Front) Tim/Kori (Back)

August 22 Tim/Kori (Front) Tonya/Claire (Back)

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August 8, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 11 and 12.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Visual Aids to Help Us Rejoice in the Work of Christ

Text: Exodus 23:14-19

Outline: Three Visual Aids to Help us Rejoice in the Work of Christ

1) Feast of Unleavened Bread (vv. 14-15, 18)

2) Feast of Harvest/Weeks (vv. 16a, 19a)

3) Feast of Ingathering/Tabernacles (vv. 16b, 19b)


Questions:

1) How do these three feasts, observed in their order, portray the Christian life?

2) How does the Feast of Unleavened Bread point to the work of Christ and what practical value does it have for us NT Christians today?

3) In light of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, how does baptism serve a similar purpose in causing us to rejoice in the work of Christ and what practice daily use does it provide?

4) How does the Feast of Harvest/Weeks point to the work of Christ and what practical value does it have for us NT Christians today?

5) How does the Feast of Ingathering/Tabernacles point to the work of Christ and what practical value does it have for us NT Christians today?


Afternoon Worship 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Question 143

Q. 143. What is the third petition?

A. Your will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. We are asking that You grant that we, and all men, renouncing and forsaking our own will (a), may readily and without any grudging (b), obey Your most holy will. This we pray that every one of us may faithfully perform that duty and charge which You have committed to us (c), even as the blessed angels do in heaven (d). (a) Matt. 16:24; Tit. 2:12. (b) Luke 22:42. (c) 1 Cor. 7:24. (d) Psa. 103:20-21.

From An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins


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August 15 Dave/JoAnna (Front) Tim/Kori (Back)

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August 1, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 9 and 10.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Perfect Social Justice - Part II

Text: Exodus 23:1-13

Outline: Three More Areas of Doing what is Right in Society

1) Judging without Partiality (vv. 1-3, 6-9)

2) Loving Enemies (vv. 4-5)

3) Keeping a Sabbath (vv. 10-12)

Questions:

1) What is the temptation behind joining the many in doing evil and how does the gospel help us fight this sin?

2) How do we tend to lie about ourselves and how does the gospel help us overcome this?

3) How do we fail to love our enemies/those who have offended us and how does the gospel help us overcome this sin?

4) Are Christian farmers not to harvest their field every seven years? WHy or why not?

5) How is keeping the Sabbath beneficial for others and how does the gospel show this to us?


FELLOWSHIP LUNCH

Please bring a main dish and a side/salad to share.


Afternoon Service at 1:30 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 142

Q. 142. What is the second petition?

A. Your kingdom come. In this we are asking that You would rule us by Your word and Spirit, that we may humble and submit ourselves more and more to You (a). Also, we ask that You would preserve and increase Your Church (b), destroy the works of the Devil (c), and all power that lifts up itself against Your majesty. Make all those councils frustrated and void which are taken against Your word, until finally You reign fully and perfectly (d), when You shall be all in all (e).

From An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins



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August 8 Troy/Tana (Front) Dave/JoAnna (Back)

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July 25, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 7 and 8.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Perfect Social Justice - Part I

Text: Exodus 22:16-31

Outline: Five Areas of Society where we are to do Justly

1) Premarital (vv. 16-17)

2) Capital offenses (vv. 18-20)

3) The Vulnerable (vv. 21-27)

4) Leadership (v. 28)

5) Worship (vv. 29-31)

Questions:

1) I once had a friend who fell into sin by having sex with his girlfriend. The father of his girlfriend told him that he must either marry her or pay money to him. If you were asked to mediate, how would you handle this situation?

2) How and why do we practice the death penalty as the NT church?

3) How can we apply the command to not mistreat a sojourner/stranger?

4) What does and doesn't it mean when the Bible says that we are not to curse leaders?

5) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

6) How do we apply Verse 31 today?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 141

Q. 141. What is the first petition?

A. Hallowed be Your name. In this we are asking that You would grant us, first to know You rightly (a) and worship, praise, and magnify Your almighty goodness, justice, mercy, and truth, which shine in all Your works (b). Also, we are asking You to direct our whole life, thoughts, words, and works to the end that Your most holy name be not reproached by us, but rather renowned with honor and praises (c). (a) Psa. 119:105; Jer. 9:23-24; 31:33-34; Matt. 16:17; John 17:3; James 1:5. (b) Exod. 34:5-7; Psa. 119:137-138; 143:1-2, 5, 10-12; 145:8-9, 17; Jer. 31:3; 32:18-19, 40-41; 33:11, 20-21; Matt. 19:17; Luke 1:45-55, 68-79; Rom. 3:3-4; 11:22-23; 2 Tim. 2:19. (c) Psa. 115:1; 71:8.

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July 18, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 5 and 6.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/



Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Perfect Restitution

Text: Exodus 21:33-22:15

Outline: Three Cases of Doing what is Right when it comes to Others' Belongings

1) Negligence & Accidents (21:33-36; 22:5-6)

2) Theft (22:1-4)

3) Safekeeping & Borrowing (22:7-15)


Questions:

1) How are these laws relevant?

2) What practical principles do we learn from a man not covering a pit or one man's ox goring another man's ox?

3) Why is a thief to repay fivefold for an ox and fourfold for a sheep? What do we learn about the gospel from this?

4) What principle of self-defense do we learn about a thief being struck to death?

5) What principle do we learn about something happening to another person's property that we were looking after or borrowing?

6) Where was the gospel in this sermon?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 139-140

Q. 139. Why does Christ teach us to call God our Father at the beginning of this prayer? A. That He might stir up in us such a reverence and confidence in God as is proper for the sons of God. This must be the ground and foundation of our prayer; that is, that God through Christ is made our Father and will much less deny us these things which we ask of Him with a true faith than our earthly parents deny us earthly things.

Q. 140. Why are the words “who is in heaven” added? A. That we conceive not basely nor mundanely of God’s heavenly majesty, and also that we look for and expect from His omnipotence whatever things are necessary for our soul and body.

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July 25 Paul/Terry (Front) Mark/MIchelle (Back)

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July 11, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!


This week Chapter 3 and 4.

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/



Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Perfect Justice: Life for Life

Text: Exodus 21:12-32

Outline: Five Categories of Perfect Justice

1) Life for Life (vv. 12-14)

2) Life for Strike/Revile (vv. 15, 17)

3) Life for Man-stealing (v. 16)

4) Livelihood for Livelihood (vv. 18-27)

5) Life for Negligence (vv. 28-32)


Discussion Questions:

1) How does this passage show us God's perfect justice and why does it matter?

2) Is the death penalty required for every killing of a human being? Why or why not?

3) What do we learn both from God requiring the death penalty for murder and God providing a place for man to flee for accidentally killing a man? How is this applicable to us?

4) What are some of the ways that we can avoid cursing our parents?

5) Why is it wrong to steal a man? 

6) Was Jesus overruling the justice principle of "eye for eye" in Matthew 5:38-39 when he told us to turn the other cheek?

7) How does the case of an ox goring a man point to our need for Christ?

8) How does this passage point us to Christ?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 136-138

Q. 136. What are those things which God commands us to ask of Him? A. All things necessary both for soul and body, which our Lord Jesus Christ has comprised in the prayer He taught us.

Q. 137. What prayer is that? A. Our Father who is in heaven, hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Yours is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, forever and ever. Amen.

Q. 138. Are Christians tied to this very form of prayer? A. We are not. Our Lord here delivers to His Church a brief summary of those things which we are to ask of God. Christ will have us also to ask for special things or particular benefits. The form prescribed is nothing else but a set of headings or general categories, wherein all benefits both bodily and spiritual are implied. But all particulars of prayer must agree and correspond with this general form. We are not tied to this form, as appears from James 1:5, where the Apostle exhorts the saints, if anyone lacks wisdom they should ask of God who gives to all liberally. Though these words are not in the form of prayer particularly expressed in the Lord’s prayer, they are implied. Besides, we have examples of prayer both in the Old and New Testament, which are not in the form here expressed, though all they asked was comprehended in this prayer. Therefore, the form of prayer delivered to us by Christ is a thing indifferent.


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July 4, 2021 (First Sunday Schedule)

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/



Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Free to Serve

Text: Exodus 21:1-11

Outline: Four Key Questions for Understanding this Passage

1) How should we apply the judicial/civil laws of the nation Israel?

2) Why does the Bible not outright condemn slavery?

3) How does this passage show God's loving and wise provision?

4) How does this passage reveal the gospel?


Discussion Questions:

Use the sermon outline


FELLOWSHIP LUNCH: Please bring main dish and a side or dessert to share.


Afternoon Service at 1:30 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 135

Q. 135. What is required for our prayers to please God and be heard by Him? A. That we ask of the only true God, who has manifested Himself in His word (a), all things which He has commanded to be asked of Him (b). This is to be done with a true affection and desire of our heart (c). As well, we are, through an inward feeling of our need and misery, to cast ourselves prostrate in the presence of His divine majesty (d) and build ourselves on the sure foundation that we, though unworthy, yet for Christ’s sake, are certainly heard by God (e), even as He has promised us in His word (f). (a) John 4:22-24. (b) Rom. 8:26; 1 John 5:14. (c) Psa. 145:18. (d) Psa. 2:11; 34:19; Isa. 66:2. (e) Psa. 143:1; Rom. 8:15-16; 10:13-17; James 1:6ff. (f) Dan. 9:17-19; John 14:13; 15:16; 16:23.


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July 11 Scotty/Stacey (Front) Andris/Cindy (Back)


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June 27, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Law Reveals Our Need 

Text: Exodus 20:18-26

Outline: The Conclusions we should Draw from the Ministry of the Law

1) We Need a Mediator (vv. 18-23)

2) We Need a Sacrifice (vv. 24-26)

Questions:

1) What is the Book of Exodus about, how do we know, and how can it be outlined?

2) What is meant by "the ministry of the law" and what does the people's response say about the ministry of the law?

3) Is this statement correct: "If we preach grace, then people will just sin it up! That's why we need to preach judgment in order to get people to obey!"? Why or why not?

4) How does this passage point to Christ?

5) How do you and/or the church at large tend to make Christianity all about good moral principles? 


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 134


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

June 27 8:50___/ 10:20 Need Volunteer

July 4 Esther/Kim Feathers

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For June 27th: Kousoulos Krew

For July 4th: Tim and the Feather Dusters

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

June 27th Doug/Charity (Front) Callie/Cianna (Back)

June 4th Callie/Cianna (Back) Scotty/Stacey (Back)


Live Stream


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June 20, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The gospel of Jesus Christ – the “good news” that He has made a way for the salvation of sinners – is of utmost importance for the believer. In this book, the second of his Biblical Foundations for the Christian Faith series, Paul Washer helps the student to navigate through the Scriptures in search of the gloriously rich truths of the gospel of our salvation that lie therein!

https://heartcrymissionary.com/books/discovering-the-glorious-gospel/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Bearing One Another's Burdens

Text: Galatians 5:26-6:2

Outline:

1. What is a Burden

2. How is it Borne



Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Preaching from Pastor Paul Thomas (Sovereign Grace Bible Church, Worland WY)


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

June 20 8:50___/ 10:20 Need Volunteer

June 27 8:50___/ 10:20 Need Volunteer

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For June 20th: Marquis, Lenz and Jordan Triad

For June 27th: Kousoulos Krew

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

June 20th Stephan/Libby (Front) Doug/Charity (Back)

June 27th Doug/Charity (Front) Callie/Cianna (Back)


Live Stream


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June 13, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Nature of Scripture Part 2 (Pastor Paul Thomas)

Text: 2 Peter 1:19-21

Outline:

1. Scripture Trumps Experience

2. Scripture is Relevant

3. Scripture is objective

4. Scripture is of Divine Origin


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Preaching from David Hollingshead (Redeeming Grace Church of Cody)


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

June 13 8:50___/10:20 Claire

June 20 8:50___/ 10:20 Need Volunteer

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For Jun 13th: The Thomas Trashinators

For June 20th: Marquis, Lenz and Jordan Triad

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

June 13th Sam Feathers (Front) Stephan/Libby (Back)

June 20th Stephan/Libby (Front) Doug/Charity (Back)


Live Stream

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June 6, 2021 (First Sunday Schedule)

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Tenth Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:17

Outline: Three Questions in Regards to Coveting

1) What is it?

2) Where does it stem from?

3) How is it remedied?

Questions:

1) Why do we need this commandment when it seems that the other commandments already address coveting (e.g: do not commit adultery - desire for neighbor's wife; do not steal - desire for neighbor's property)?

2) What is coveting and what are some of the ways in which it is manifested?

3) Is it bad to desire things we do not presently have? When does it become a bad thing?

4) Why do we covet? Where does coveting come from? (hint: think of Genesis 3)

5) How does the gospel remedy a covetous heart?


BBQ Lunch - Hamburgers/Hotdogs Provided - Please bring a side and desert to share...and a lawn chair!!


Afternoon Service at 1:30 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 132-133

Q. 132. Can they who are converted to God observe and keep these commandments perfectly?

A. No. Even the holiest men, as long as they live, have only small beginnings in obedience (a). Yet they begin with an unfeigned and earnest desire and endeavor to live not according to some, but all the commandments of God (b). (a) Eccl. 7:22; Rom. 7:14-15; James 2:10. (b) Rom. 7:22.

Q. 133. Why does God require His law to be preached exactly and severely, knowing that there is no man in this life able to keep it?

A. First, that we increasingly acknowledge the great proneness of our nature to sin and heartily desire forgiveness and righteousness in Christ (a). Second, that we do this always and so implore and crave from the Father the grace of His Holy Spirit (b). It is by this grace that we may be renewed, day by day, to the image and likeness of God (c). Once we depart out of this life, we will attain to that joyful perfection which is promised to us (d). (a) Rom. 7:24; 1 John 1:9. (b) Psa. 22:5; Luke 11:13; Eph. 3:16. (c) 1 Cor. 9:24-27; Eph. 4:17-24; Phil. 3:12-14; Col. 3:5-14. (d) Phil. 3:20-21; 1 John 3:2; Jude 24-25.


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

June 6 8:50___/10:20 Libby

June 13 8:50___/10:20 Claire

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For June 6th: Sam Feather Dusters

For Jun 13th: The Thomas Trashinators


Greeter Schedule : (Link)



Live Stream

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May 30, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Ninth Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:16

Outline: Two Requirements of the Ninth Commandment

1) Loving the Name of My Neighbor

2) Loving the Truth

Questions:

1) What is the Ninth Commandment about? In what ways can it cause much harm by breaking it?

2) Who is my neighbor?

3) How is breaking the Ninth Commandment particularly the work of the devil?

4) Does the Ninth Commandment require that we always divulge all information? Give examples.

5) Our church excommunicated someone for unrepentant lying and deceit. Was that too harsh? Why or why not? What are some relevant Scripture passages?

6) How has Christ saved us as it pertains to our bad name and his good name? 


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 130-131 - The Tenth Commandment

Q. 130. What is the tenth commandment? A. You shall not covet your neighbor’s house, nor his wife, nor his servant, nor his maid, nor anything that is his (a). (a) Exod. 20:17.

Q. 131. What does the tenth commandment forbid? A. That our hearts be moved by the least desire or cogitation against any commandment of God, but that we continually, from our heart, detest all sin and delight in all righteousness (a). (a) Rom. 7:7.


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

May 30 8:50___/10:20____Need a Volunteer

June 4 8:50___/10:20 Libby

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For May 30th: Hartman and Stickerod

For June 6th: Sam Feather Dusters

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

May 30th Stephan/Libby (Front)


Live Stream


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May 23, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Eighth Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:15

Outline: Two Ways to Violate the Eighth Commandment

1) Taking something that does not belong to you

2) Not giving what you owe


Questions:

1) Why does the 8th Commandment assume the right to property? How does property rightfully become somebody's? 

2) How is breaking the 8th Commandment "an atheistic deed; it denies the providence of God" (A' Brackel)? How is our society doing this and teaching others to do the same?

3) What else does stealing involve besides material possessions and why?

4) Does the 8th Commandment only involve something negative (not doing something)? Why or why not? What is the biblical proof?

5) How does the gospel motivate us to keep the 8th Commandment?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 128-129 - The Ninth Commandment

Q. 128. What is the ninth commandment?

A. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.

Q. 129. What does the ninth commandment require?

A. That I bear no false witness against any man (a), neither falsify any man’s words, nor backbite (b), nor reproach any man, nor condemn any rashly or unheard (c). I must avoid and shun with all carefulness all kinds of lies and deceits, as the proper works of the Devil (d), or I will stir up against me the most grievous wrath of God (e). In judgments and other affairs, I must follow the truth, and freely and constantly profess the matter as it indeed is, as well as defend and increase, as much as in me lies, the good name and estimation of others (f).



Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

May 23 8:50____/ 10:20 _______Need a Volunteer

May 30 8:50___/10:20____Need a Volunteer

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For May 23rd: Siggins Sanitizers

For May 30th: Hartman and Stickerod

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

May 23rd Sam (Front) Stephan/Libby (Back)

May 30th Stephan/Libby (Front)

Live Stream

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May 13, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Seventh Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:14

(No outline)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why does this commandment equally apply to single people as it does to the married?

3) What does it mean to be "under bondage" (1 Cor. 7:15, NASB)/bound by a marriage covenant? Can the marriage covenant be dissolved? If so, how? Can it be dissolved in the eyes of man and not in the eyes of God?

4) What are some "lesser" sexual sins?

5) How are we able to fight against sexual sin? Is accountability enough? Where is the battlefield? What is the reason we are tempted? What are some wrong ways to battle and how do we ultimately fight against it?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Pastor Paul Thomas - Hebrews 12


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

May 16 8:50____/ 10:20 _______Need a Volunteer

May 23 8:50___/10:20____Need a Volunteer

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For May 16th:  Roth, Onstead, and Les Hunt

For May 23rd: Siggins Sanitizers

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

May 16th Lisa/Cori (Front) Sam Feathers (Back)

May 23rd Sam (Front) Stephan/Libby (Back)


Live Stream

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May 9, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Sixth Commandment 

Text: Exodus 20:13

Outline: Three Ways to Break the Sixth Commandment

1) Actions

2) Articulation (Words)

3) Attitude

Questions

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What are some scriptural proofs that the sixth commandment addresses more than mere physical, external action?

3) Is any and all killing forbidden? Why or why not?

4) How is abortion and suicide considered murder?

5) How can you murder someone with your tongue?

6) How is this commandment positively fulfilled?



Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 125-127 - The Eighth Commandment


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

May 9 8:50____/ 10:50 _______Need

May 16 8:50____/ 10:50 _______Need

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For May 9th: The Tim Feathers Family

For May 16th:  Roth, Onstead, and Les Hunt

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

May 9th Tim Feathers (Front) Lisa/Cori (Back)

May 16th Lisa/Cori (Front) Sam Feathers (Back)


Live Stream

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May 2, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Fifth Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:12


Outline: Three Questions Regarding the Fifth Commandment

1) What?

2) Whom?

3) Why?

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What does it mean to honor?

3) How does each varying age group honor their father and mother?

4) To whom else does this commandment apply besides one's father and mother, and why?

5) If we honor our father and mother does that guarantee that we will live a long life and never die young while living on a nice piece of land? Why or why not?


Fellowship Lunch 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Please join us for a fellowship lunch. Bringing a main dish and a side or dessert would be a blessing to those who join us for lunch.


Afternoon Service at 1:30 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 122-124: The Seventh Commandment

Q. 122. What is the seventh commandment? A. You shall not commit adultery.

Q. 123. What is the meaning of the seventh commandment? A. That God hates and abominates all sexual vileness and filthiness (a). Therefore, we must hate and detest the same (b). This also means that we must live temperately, modestly, and chastely, whether we are married or single (c). (a) Lev. 18. (b) Jude 22-23. (c) 1 Cor. 7:1-5; 1 Thess. 4:3-4; Heb. 13:4.

Q. 124. Does God forbid nothing else in this commandment but actual adultery and other external acts of sexual sin? A. No. Since our bodies and souls are the temples of the Holy Spirit, God will have us keep both in purity and holiness (a). Therefore, deeds, gestures, words, thoughts, filthy lusts (b), and whatever entices us to these, are all forbidden (c). (a) 1 Cor. 6:18-20. (b) Matt. 5:27-28. (c) Job 31:1; Psa. 39:1; Eph. 5:18.


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

May 2 8:50____/ 10:50 Libby

May 9 8:50____/ 10:50 _______

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For May 2nd: Kousoulos and Newton

For May 9th: The Tim Feathers Family

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

May 2nd Frank/Susan (Front) Tim Feathers (Back)

May 9th Tim Feathers (Front) Lisa/Cori (Back)


Live Stream


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April 25, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Fourth Commandment - Part IV: Lawful Uses

Text: Exodus 20:8-11


Outline: Two Wonderful Privileges of the Sabbath Day

1) Freedom to Rest

2) Freedom to Worship


Questions:

1) Why is merely focusing on a list of dos and don'ts on the Sabbath missing the point of the Sabbath?

2) What main principle helps us in determining what is lawful on the Sabbath?

3) What does it mean to rest on the Sabbath? What does it not mean - are we allowed to do any works on the Sabbath? If so, what are they? Give examples.

4) The Sabbath is given not only to give us physical rest but spiritual rest as well. How is the Sabbath a spiritual rest (rest for our souls)?

5) What are some adjustments that you see you need to make in your own life in order to keep the Sabbath day holy?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Pastor Paul Thomas from Sovereign Grace Bible Church in Worland, WY


Sunday Soup Supper!!

Please plan to stay after the 4:00PM service and enjoy a soup supper and fellowship. Bring a soup and a side or dessert to share!


Nursery Schedule: (Sign Up Link)

April 25 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Claire

April 25 8:50____/ 10:50 _______

Cleaning Schedule : (Link)

For April 25th: Marquis, Lenz, & Jordan Families

For May 2nd: Kousoulos and Newton

Greeter Schedule : (Link)

April 25th Troy/Tana (Front) Frank/Susan (Back)

May 2nd Frank/Susan (Front) Tim Feathers (Back)


Live Stream

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April 18, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Fourth Commandment - Part III: The Day of the Assembly

Text: Exodus 20:8-11

Outline: Two Components that Make the Lord's Day a Special and Necessary Day of Worship

1) The Assembly

2) Meeting with Christ


Questions:

1) What do you tend to think of when you hear the word "worship"? What is the common cultural perception?

2) Where does the Bible tell us to go to church on the Lord's Day?

3) What is meant by Hebrews 10:25?

4) Why have an evening service?

5) How do we know that Christ meets with us when we assemble on the first day of the week?

6) How do we grow in our assurance of Christ's love?

7) What are some things that you learned from this sermon? Any questions you have?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Title: A Time to Kill: The Death Penalty, Self-Defense, and War

(Orthodox Catechism Questions 118-121 - Part II)

Q. 118. What is the sixth commandment?

A. You shall do no murder.

Q. 119. What does God require in the sixth commandment?

A. That neither in thought or in gesture, much less in deed, I reproach, or hate, or harm, or kill my neighbor, either by myself, or by another and that I cast away all desire of revenge (a). Furthermore, that I do not hurt myself or knowingly cast myself into any danger (b). God has armed the magistrate with the sword as a deterrent to murder (c).

Q. 120. But does this commandment forbid murder only?

A. No. In forbidding murder, God further teaches that He hates the root, namely, anger (a), envy (b), hatred (c), and desire for revenge, accounting them all as murder (d).

Q. 121. Does this commandment only require that we harm no one?

A. No. When God condemns anger, envy, and hatred, He requires that we love our neighbor as ourselves (a). We must use tenderness, courtesy, patience, and mercy towards him (b). We must also protect him from whatever may be hurtful to him, as much as we are able (c). Indeed, we must be so affected in mind that we do not hesitate to do good even to our enemies (d).




Nursery Schedule:

April 18 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Tonya

April 25 8:50____/ 10:50 Claire

Cleaning Schedule :

For April 18th: Thomas Family

For April 25th: Marquis, Lenz, & Jordan Families

Greeter Schedule :

April 18th Tonya/Claire (Front) Troy/Tana (Back)

April 25th Troy/Tana (Front) Frank/Susan (Back)


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April 11, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Fourth Commandment - Part II: Its Perpetuity

Text: Exodus 20:8-11

Outline: Four Proofs that the Fourth Commandment is Perpetual

1) The Unity of the Law

2) The Creator

3) The Creation

4) The Holy Day/Holiday

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How does James 2:10-11 imply that the 4th Commandment remains perpetual?

3) What does the nature of God have to do with the perpetuity of the 4th Commandment?

4) What does the nature of creation have to do with the perpetuity of the 4th Commandment?

5) What is a creation ordinance and how is it relevant to the 4th Commandment?

6) How is Christ's finished work of our redemption relevant to our observance of the 4th Commandment as the new covenant people of God?

7) Was there anything you learned/was cleared up in your understanding? Is there anything that you still have questions on or wonder about (as it pertains to this sermon)?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Mark Chanski preaching


Nursery Schedule:

April 11 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Libby

April 18 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Tonya

Cleaning Schedule :

For April 11th: Sam Feather's Family

For April 18th: Thomas Family

Greeter Schedule :

April 11th Scotty/Stacy (Front) Tonya/Claire (Back)

April 18th Tonya/Claire (Front) Troy/Tana (Back)


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April 4th, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Breakfast - 9:00 AM

Online sign-up for breakfast items: https://www.perfectpotluck.com/meals.php?t=PCNX3032&v=5812f92450



Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Fourth Commandment - Part I

Text: Exodus 20:8-11


Outline: Two Objections to the Fourth Commandment

1) The NT seems to teach against it

2) The Day is no longer the Seventh Day


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What are some of the objections given to the 4th Commandment? Besides what was said in the message, are there any others that you have heard or can think of?

3) Colossians 2:16 and Romans 14:5 seem to teach against keeping the Sabbath. Is this the case? Why or why not?

4) Why is the day of worship now the first day of the week?

5) What is significant about the Sabbath being called the Lord's Day (Rev. 1:10)?

6) What symbolic significance does meeting on the first day of the week have as it pertains to our salvation and spiritual rest in Christ?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Questions 118-121 - Part I: The Sixth Commandment

Q. 118. What is the sixth commandment?

A. You shall do no murder.

Q. 119. What does God require in the sixth commandment?

A. That neither in thought or in gesture, much less in deed, I reproach, or hate, or harm, or kill my neighbor, either by myself, or by another and that I cast away all desire of revenge (a). Furthermore, that I do not hurt myself or knowingly cast myself into any danger (b). God has armed the magistrate with the sword as a deterrent to murder (c).

Q. 120. But does this commandment forbid murder only?

A. No. In forbidding murder, God further teaches that He hates the root, namely, anger (a), envy (b), hatred (c), and desire for revenge, accounting them all as murder (d).

Q. 121. Does this commandment only require that we harm no one?

A. No. When God condemns anger, envy, and hatred, He requires that we love our neighbor as ourselves (a). We must use tenderness, courtesy, patience, and mercy towards him (b). We must also protect him from whatever may be hurtful to him, as much as we are able (c). Indeed, we must be so affected in mind that we do not hesitate to do good even to our enemies (d).


Nursery Schedule:

April 4 8:50 Kim / 10:50 Kim

April 11 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Libby

Cleaning Schedule :

For April 4th: Hartman and Stickerod

For April 11th: Sam Feather's Family

Greeter Schedule :

April 4th: Dave/Joanna (Front) Scotty/Stacy (Back)

April 11th Scotty/Stacy (Front) Tonya/Claire (Back)


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March 28, 2021

LINK for Songs, Readings and Order of Service Information


Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Third Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:7


Outline: Three Areas in Which We Are to Honor God's Name (not take his name in vain)

1) Words

2) Worship

3) Works


Questions

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What is meant by God's name?

3) What does "vain" mean?

4) How do we avoid using God's name in vain with our words?

5) Is it okay to swear an oath? Why or why not?

6) How do we avoid using God's name in vain in our worship?

7) How do we avoid using God's name in our works?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 116-117 (Fifth Commandment)

Q. 116. What is the fifth commandment?

A. Honor your father and mother that your days may be long in the land which the Lord your God gives you.

Q. 117. What does God require of us in the fifth commandment?

A. That we yield due honor, love, and faithfulness to our parents, and to all who have authority over us, and submit ourselves with such obedience as is fitting to their faithful commandments and chastisements. And that by our patience, we endure their mannerisms, thinking within ourselves that God will govern and guide us by them.



Nursery Schedule:

March 21 8:50 _____/10:50 _________

April 4 8:50 Kim / 10:50 Kim

Cleaning Schedule :

For March 28th: Marquis, Lenz, Jordan

For April 4th:

Greeter Schedule :

March 28th: Dorm/Sharon (Back) Dave/Joann (Back)

April 4th: Dave/Joanna (Front) Scotty/Stacy (Back)


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March 21, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Union with Christ

What does it mean to be a Christian? Common answers to this question can be contradictory and confusing. Is Christianity simply an ethical system or a set of doctrinal beliefs? In Union with Christ, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson surveys one of the Apostle Paul’s favorite phrases to describe the essence of the Christian life: being “in Christ.” This twelve-part teaching series explores what it means to be “in Christ” and how these two simple words can reshape our entire existence.

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/union-with-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Second Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:4-6


Outline: Two Aspects of the Second Commandment

1) The Requirement

2) The Reason


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What is the temptation behind wanting to make visible representations of God?

3) Why do we say that the Ten Commandments are broader than what is merely stated in each commandment?

4) What is the broader principle in the second commandment?

5) What is the Regulative Principle of Worship and how is it different from the Normative Principle of Worship?

6) What is the difference between an element and a circumstance of worship?

7) How do we understand God's statement that he punishes the iniquity of the fathers to the third and fourth generation while loving the children for thousands of generations of those who keep his commandments?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: (David Hollingshead)

Title: The Triumphant Entry

Text: Matthew 21:1-13



Nursery Schedule:

March 21 8:50 _____/10:50 Clair Feathers

March 21 8:50 _____/10:50 _________

Cleaning Schedule :

For March 21st: The Thomas Trashinators

For March 28th: Marquis, Lenz, Jordan

Greeter Schedule :

March 21st: Mark/Michelle (Front) Dorm/Sharon (Back)

March 28th: Dorm/Sharon (Back) Dave/Joann (Back)


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March 14, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life Part XV


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The First Commandment

Text: Exodus 20:3

Outline: Two Headings under which to Consider the First Commandment

1) What Is It? (Doctrine)

2) What Does It Look Like? (Practice)


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How does one misuse the Law and how does one use it lawfully?

3) What is basic teaching of this commandment?

4) What are some of the ways in which this commandment is to be kept?

5) What are some of the indicators that we are idolizing something?



Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 114-115 Part IV - How Do We Observe the Sabbath?

Q. 114. What is the fourth commandment?

A. Remember that you keep holy the Sabbath Day. You shall labor six days and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you should do no manner of work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your man-servant, nor your maid-servant, nor your cattle, nor the stranger that is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day, and hallowed it.

Q. 115. What are we taught by the fourth commandment?

A. That one day in seven be kept in the worship of God. Under the Old Testament this was the last day of the week, but under the gospel changed to the first day of the week. The Lord’s Day is to be spent in private and public devotion, hearing the word diligently, practicing the gospel-sacraments zealously, doing deeds of charity conscionably, and resting from servile works, except for cases of necessity. This was the laudable practice of the holy Apostles, who best knew the mind of Christ as to the time of worship. We do not find in all the New Testament that any gospel church in the Apostle’s time set any other day apart solemnly to worship God but the first day. This they were right to do. For if Israel, the natural seed of Abraham, was to keep the seventh day to keep up the remembrance of their deliverance out of temporal bondage, how much more are we bound to keep the first day in remembrance of Christ’s deliverance of us from eternal bondage.

https://www.rbap.net/our-books/an-orthodox-catechism-by-hercules-collins/


Nursery Schedule:

March 14 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Tonya Feathers

March 21 8:50 _____/10:50 Clair Feathers

Cleaning Schedule :

For March 14th: The Sam Feathers Family

For March 21st: The Thomas Trashinators

Greeter Schedule :

March 14th: Paul/Terry (Front) Mark/Michelle (Back)

March 21st: Mark/Michelle (Front) Dorm/Sharon (Back)


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March 7, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life Part XIV

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Power for Obedience
Text: Exodus 20:1-2

Outline: The One Power for Obeying the Law
1) The Gospel

Questions

1) Where was the gospel in this message?
2) Why is the Law the power of sin?
3) Why is the Gospel the power of God for salvation?
4) How do the Scriptures show that the Gospel is still for believers?
5) Bonus: In what ways can the Law be misused?

FELLOWSHIP LUNCH: Please bring a main dish and a side/salad to share.


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 114-115: Answering Objections to the 4th Commandment
Q. 114. What is the fourth commandment?
A. Remember that you keep holy the Sabbath Day. You shall labor six days and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you should do no manner of work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your man-servant, nor your maid-servant, nor your cattle, nor the stranger that is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day, and hallowed it.
Q. 115. What are we taught by the fourth commandment?
A. That one day in seven be kept in the worship of God. Under the Old Testament this was the last day of the week, but under the gospel changed to the first day of the week. The Lord’s Day is to be spent in private and public devotion, hearing the word diligently, practicing the gospel-sacraments zealously, doing deeds of charity conscionably, and resting from servile works, except for cases of necessity. This was the laudable practice of the holy Apostles, who best knew the mind of Christ as to the time of worship. We do not find in all the New Testament that any gospel church in the Apostle’s time set any other day apart solemnly to worship God but the first day. This they were right to do. For if Israel, the natural seed of Abraham, was to keep the seventh day to keep up the remembrance of their deliverance out of temporal bondage, how much more are we bound to keep the first day in remembrance of Christ’s deliverance of us from eternal bondage.
https://www.rbap.net/our-books/an-orthodox-catechism-by-hercules-collins/

Nursery Schedule:

March 7 8:50 Kim Feathers / 10:50 Kim Feathers
March 14 8:50 _____ / 10:50 Tonya Feathers

Cleaning Schedule :

For March 7th: Hartman Handlers
For March 14th: The Sam Feathers Family

Greeter Schedule :

March 7th: Andris/Cindy (Front) Paul/Terry (Back)
March 14th: Paul/Terry (Front) Mark/Michelle (Back)

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February 28, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life Part XIV

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Power for Obedience
Text: Exodus 20:1-2

Outline: The One Power for Obeying the Law
1) The Gospel

Questions

1) Where was the gospel in this message?
2) Why is the Law the power of sin?
3) Why is the Gospel the power of God for salvation?
4) How do the Scriptures show that the Gospel is still for believers?
5) Bonus: In what ways can the Law be misused?

Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 114-115: Answering Objections to the 4th Commandment
Q. 114. What is the fourth commandment?
A. Remember that you keep holy the Sabbath Day. You shall labor six days and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you should do no manner of work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your man-servant, nor your maid-servant, nor your cattle, nor the stranger that is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day, and hallowed it.
Q. 115. What are we taught by the fourth commandment?
A. That one day in seven be kept in the worship of God. Under the Old Testament this was the last day of the week, but under the gospel changed to the first day of the week. The Lord’s Day is to be spent in private and public devotion, hearing the word diligently, practicing the gospel-sacraments zealously, doing deeds of charity conscionably, and resting from servile works, except for cases of necessity. This was the laudable practice of the holy Apostles, who best knew the mind of Christ as to the time of worship. We do not find in all the New Testament that any gospel church in the Apostle’s time set any other day apart solemnly to worship God but the first day. This they were right to do. For if Israel, the natural seed of Abraham, was to keep the seventh day to keep up the remembrance of their deliverance out of temporal bondage, how much more are we bound to keep the first day in remembrance of Christ’s deliverance of us from eternal bondage.
https://www.rbap.net/our-books/an-orthodox-catechism-by-hercules-collins/

Nursery Schedule:

February 28 8:50___/ 10:50 Libby

March 7 8:50 Kim Feathers / 10:50 Kim Feathers

Cleaning Schedule :

For February 28th: Siggins Sanitizers

For March 7th: Hartman Handlers

Greeter Schedule :

February 28th: Tim/Kori (Front) Andris/Cindy (Back)

March 7th: Andris/Cindy (Front) Paul/Terry (Back)

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February 21, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Why We Don't Want to Come to Mt. Sinai - Part I

Text: Exodus 19:1-25 

Outline: Four Reasons we don't want to come to Mt. Sinai

1) Covenant of Works (vv. 1-8) - this Sunday

2) Consecration (vv. 9-15) - next Sunday

3) Condemning Nature (vv. 16-20) - next Sunday

4) Closed Access (vv. 21-25) - next Sunday

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What is a covenant works and how is it different from a covenant of grace?

3) How is the Law given at Mt. Sinai a covenant of works?

4) Why did God give the Law as a covenant of works (put Israel under the Law) if he knew that they couldn't keep it?

5) How is our relationship with the Law different as new covenant believers?

6) What are some of the indicators that you are living under the law as a covenant of works?


FELLOWSHIP LUNCH 12:00 - 12:45

Please bring a main dish and a side or dessert to share. If you prefer to not share or go home for lunch that is fine. We will start our Business Meeting at 1:00.


Annual Business Meeting 1:00-2:00


Sunday Nap 2:00-3:30 :) or hang out and fellowship some more.


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 109-113 (Third Commandment)

Q. 109. What is the third commandment?

A. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that takes His name in vain.

Q. 110. What does God require in the third commandment?

A. We must not use His name despitefully or irreverently, not only by cursing or false swearing (a), but also by unnecessary oaths (b). We must not be partakers of these horrible sins in others either by silence or consent. We must always use the sacred and holy name of God with great devotion and reverence (c), that He may be worshipped and honored by us with a true and steadfast confession and invocation of His name (d). This should be the case in all our words and actions (e). (a) Lev. 19:12; 24:11ff. (b) Matt. 5:37; James 5:12. (c) 1 Tim. 2:8. (d) Matt. 10:32. (e) Rom. 2:24; Col. 3:17; 1 Tim. 6:1.

Q. 111. Is taking God’s name in vain by swearing or cursing so grievous a sin that God is also angry with those who do not forbid or hinder it with all their ability?

A. Surely it is most grievous (a). There is no sin greater or more offending to God than the despising of His sacred name, wherefore He even commanded this sin to be punished with death (b).

Q. 112. May a man swear reverently by the name of God?

A. Yes, he may when lawful magistrates or necessity require it. By this means the faith and truth of any man, or thing to be ratified and established, both the glory of God may be advanced and the safety of others procured. This kind of swearing is ordained by God’s word (a), and therefore was well-used by the fathers both in the Old and New Testament (b). (a) Deut. 6:13; 10:20; Isa. 48:1; Heb. 6:16. (b) Gen. 21:24; 31; Josh. 9:15, 19; 2 Sam. 3:35; 1 Kings 1:29; Rom. 1:9.

Q. 113. Is it lawful to swear by saints or other creatures?

A. No. A lawful oath is an invocation of God, whereby we desire that He, as the only searcher of hearts, bear witness to the truth and punish the swearer if he knowingly swears falsely (a). No creature deserves this honor (b). (a) 2 Cor. 1:23. (b) Matt. 5:34-36; James 5:12.

https://www.rbap.net/our-books/an-orthodox-catechism-by-hercules-collins/



Nursery Schedule:

February 21 8:50___/ 10:50 Need Help

February 28 8:50___/ 10:50 Libby

Cleaning Schedule :

For February 21st: Roth, Onstead, Hunt

For February 28th: Siggins Sanitizers

Greeter Schedule :

February 21st: Callie/Cianna (Front) Tim/Kori (Back)

February 28th: Tim/Kori (Front) Andris/Cindy (Back)

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February 14, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Our Mediator Supplies What is Lacking

Text: Exodus 18

Outline: Two Indicators that we Need a Better Mediator to Supply what we Lack

1) Praise from a Gentile (vv. 1-12)

2) Wisdom from a Gentile (vv. 13-27)

Questions: 

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why is it significant that Jethro was from Midian?

3) What is telling about Jethro's praise to God?

4) What do we learn about what God's people lack with Moses' inability to judge them perpetually?

5) What is wisdom?

6) What practical application do we take away from this passage?

7) What are the deeper redemptive truths from this passage that point us to Christ?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 107-108

Q. 107. May any images or resemblances of God be made at all?

A. God neither ought, nor can be represented by any means. As for things created, although it is lawful to depict them, God nevertheless forbids their images to be made or possessed in order to worship or honor either them or God by them.

Q. 108. But may not images be tolerated in churches, which may serve as books to the common people?

A. No, for that would make us wiser than God, who will have His church to be taught by the lively preaching of His word, and not with speechless images.


Nursery Schedule:

February 14 8:50___/ 10:50 Claire

February 21 8:50___/ 10:50 Need Help

Cleaning Schedule :

For February 14th: Tim Feathers Family

For February 21st: Roth, Onstead, Hunt

Greeter Schedule :

February 14th Doug/Charity (Back) Callie/Cianna (Back)

February 21st: Callie/Cianna (Front) Tim/Kori (Back)


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February 7, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Our Mediator Supplies What is Lacking

Text: Exodus 18

Outline: Two Indicators that we Need a Better Mediator to Supply what we Lack

1) Praise from a Gentile (vv. 1-12)

2) Wisdom from a Gentile (vv. 13-27)

Questions: 

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why is it significant that Jethro was from Midian?

3) What is telling about Jethro's praise to God?

4) What do we learn about what God's people lack with Moses' inability to judge them perpetually?

5) What is wisdom?

6) What practical application do we take away from this passage?

7) What are the deeper redemptive truths from this passage that point us to Christ?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 107-108

Q. 107. May any images or resemblances of God be made at all?

A. God neither ought, nor can be represented by any means. As for things created, although it is lawful to depict them, God nevertheless forbids their images to be made or possessed in order to worship or honor either them or God by them.

Q. 108. But may not images be tolerated in churches, which may serve as books to the common people?

A. No, for that would make us wiser than God, who will have His church to be taught by the lively preaching of His word, and not with speechless images.


Nursery Schedule:

February 7 8:50___/10:50 Kim

February 14 8:50___/ 10:50 NEED HELP

Cleaning Schedule : For February 7th: Kousoulos/Newton

Greeter Schedule : January 31st Stephen/Libby (Front) - Doug/Charity (Back)


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January 31, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: God Conquers Our Enemies

Text: Exodus 17:8-16

Outline: Three Facets showing why we need God's Power to conquer our Enemies

1) The Enemy (v. 8)

2) The Empowerment (vv. 9-13)

3) The Enduring Reminder (vv. 14-16)


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How does this battle with Amalek point to a greater battle?

3) How do we apply this fighting to us today? Is our battle against flesh and blood? What kind of weapons of warfare do we use?

4) What are some ways that Satan attacks today?

5) What is the significance of Moses raising up his hands with the staff?

6) What does it mean for the Lord to be our Banner?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 105-106 Part III

Q. 105. What is the second commandment?

A. You shall not make any graven image, nor the likeness of anything which is in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, nor in the waters under the earth: you shall not bow down to them, nor worship them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, and visit the sins of the fathers upon the children, to the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me, and show mercy to thousands of them who love Me, and keep My commandments.

Q. 106. What does the second commandment require?

A. That we should not express or represent God by any image or shape and figure (a), or worship Him any other way than He has commanded in His word to be worshipped (b). (a) Deut. 4:15ff.; Isa. 40:18ff.; Acts 17:29; Rom. 1:23ff. (b) Deut. 12:30ff.; 1 Sam. 15:23; Matt. 15:9.


Nursery Schedule:

January 31 8:50___/10:50 Claire

February 7 8:50___/10:50 Kim

Cleaning Schedule : For January 31st Marquis, Lenz and Jordan Families

Greeter Schedule : January 31st

Sam (Front) Stephen/Libby (Back)


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January 24, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Substitutionary Rock

Text: Exodus 17:1-7

Outline: Three Segments

1) The People's Response to the Lord's Testing

2) The Lord's Response to the People's Testing

3) Our Response to both the People's and the Lord's Testing

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why was this scene described as the people suing/bringing a lawsuit against God?

3) What role do difficult circumstances/people play in our grumbling?

4) Why was God's response the most shocking part of this story?

5) Why is the gospel the answer to our grumbling hearts?

6) How should we respond to this passage?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 105-106 Part II

Q. 105. What is the second commandment?

A. You shall not make any graven image, nor the likeness of anything which is in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, nor in the waters under the earth: you shall not bow down to them, nor worship them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, and visit the sins of the fathers upon the children, to the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me, and show mercy to thousands of them who love Me, and keep My commandments.

Q. 106. What does the second commandment require?

A. That we should not express or represent God by any image or shape and figure (a), or worship Him any other way than He has commanded in His word to be worshipped (b). (a) Deut. 4:15ff.; Isa. 40:18ff.; Acts 17:29; Rom. 1:23ff. (b) Deut. 12:30ff.; 1 Sam. 15:23; Matt. 15:9.


Nursery Schedule:

January 24 8:50____/ 10:50 Tonya

January 31 8:50___/10:50 Claire

Cleaning Schedule : For January 24th

Greeter Schedule : January 24th

David/Joanna (Front) Frank (Back)


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January 17, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: God's Sustaining Gifts

Text: Exodus 16:22-26

Outline: Two Gracious Gifts of God to Sustain us in the Wilderness

1) The Sabbath (vv. 22-30)

2) The Bread from Heaven (vv. 31-36)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why is Israel in a wilderness an apt picture of the church in this world?

3) How is the Sabbath God's provision for his people?

4) Is the Sabbath for the NT church today? Why or why not?

5) How is the bread that has come down from heaven God's provision for his people today? How is it fed to the NT church today?

6) Privately (or if you're bold enough, publicly) consider ways in which you look to this world rather than to God's provision for your soul's replenishment.


Afternoon:

Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 105-106

Q. 105. What is the second commandment?

A. You shall not make any graven image, nor the likeness of anything which is in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, nor in the waters under the earth: you shall not bow down to them, nor worship them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, and visit the sins of the fathers upon the children, to the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me, and show mercy to thousands of them who love Me, and keep My commandments.

Q. 106. What does the second commandment require?

A. That we should not express or represent God by any image or shape and figure (a), or worship Him any other way than He has commanded in His word to be worshipped (b). (a) Deut. 4:15ff.; Isa. 40:18ff.; Acts 17:29; Rom. 1:23ff. (b) Deut. 12:30ff.; 1 Sam. 15:23; Matt. 15:9.



Nursery Schedule:

January 17 8:50____ / 10:20 Libby

January 24 8:50____/ 10:50 Tonya

Cleaning Schedule : For January 17th

Thomas Family

Greeter Schedule : January 17th

Lauren/Lisa (Front) -- David/Joanna (Back)


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January 10, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Bread that Has Come Down from Heaven

Text: Exodus 16:1-21

Outline: Three Things that Testify to God's Grace in the Face of Our Sin

1) Provocation (vv. 1-3)

2) Proclamation (vv. 4-12)

3) Provision (vv. 13-21)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What are some of the things we discover about a grumbling heart?

3) How do we see God's grace and mercy in this passage?

4) How was there a test involved regarding the bread?

5) What does this bread from heaven ultimately point to?

6) How does this passage apply to us today?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 104


Nursery Schedule: January 10th - 8:50 Claire / 10:20 Cori // January 17 *need* / Libby

Cleaning Schedule : Preparation for January 10th - Sam Feathers Family

Greeter Schedule : January 10th Paul/Terry Bryan (Front) Lauren/Lisa (Back)


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January 3, 2021

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Law of God: The Law as a Covenant vs. the Law as a Rule for Life


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: A Bittersweet Salvation

Text: Exodus 15:22-27

Outline: Two Events that point to Our Need for Salvation in Christ

1) Bitter Trouble (vv. 22-24)

2) Sweet Deliverance (vv. 25-27)


Questions:

1) Why is it important to understand this section of Israel in the wilderness in light of the overall storyline of the Bible?

2) In what ways is the NT church like Israel in the wilderness?

3) In what ways is the NT church not like Israel in the wilderness?

4) How does Israel under a test point both backwards to Adam and forward to Christ, the Last Adam?

5) What does our grumbling and complaining reveal about our hearts?

6) What is the significance about a tree turning the bitter water into sweet water?

7) What is significant about Moses interceding for the people here?

8) What is significant about Elim having twelve springs of water and seventy palm trees?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 102-103j Part II


Nursery Schedule: January 3rd - 8:50 Tonya / 10:20 Kim // January 10th - 8:50 Claire / 10:20 Cori

Cleaning Schedule : Preparation for January 3rd - Hartman Family

Greeter Schedule : January 3rd - Sam Feathers (Front) Paul/Terry Bryan (Back)


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December 27, 2020

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Covenant of Works vs The Rule of Law


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: A Song of Salvation

Text: Exodus 15:1-21

Outline: Three Reasons to Praise God in Song:

1) What God has Done (vv. 1-10, 19-21)

2) Who God Always Is (vv. 11-13)

3) What God Will Do (vv. 14-18)


Questions:

1) What is different about the singing we do as the people of God versus all other music?

2) What struck you as unique about this song? Is it different than the songs we sing? How so?

3) Why do God's people sing about the destruction of their enemies when we are called to love our enemies?

4) What does this song reveal about who God is?

5) What does this song mean by "mountain of the Lord"?

6) Why are we able to sing confidently about what God will do for us in the future?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 102-103



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Nursery Schedule

Cleaning Schedule : Week of December 26 - The Fetter and Hartman Families

Greeter Schedule : December 27 Tonya/Claire (Front) Sam Feathers (Back)


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December 20, 2020

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Seeing the Salvation of the Lord

Text: Exodus 13:17-14:31

Outline: Four Facets to God Accomplishing our Salvation

1) Seeing the Futility of All other Hope (13:17-14:12)

2) Through Faith Alone (14:13-14)

3) In God's Servant (Christ) Alone (14:15-30)

4) To the Glory of God Alone (14:4, 17-18, 31)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How does this passage show us how God deals with our false hopes and idols (God-replacements)?

3) How did we see the salvation of the Lord in this passage and how does it point us to Christ?

4) How does this passage show us that salvation is through faith alone?

5) How does this passage show us that salvation is through God's Servant alone and how does this point us to Christ?

6) How does this passage show us that salvation is to the glory of God alone?

7) How does this passage teach us that we should not fear death?

Bonus: How is this passage an Advent/Christmas passage?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Pastor Paul Thomas - Why the Son of God Came, Galatians 4:4-5


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of December 26 - The Fetter and Hartman Families

Greeter Schedule : December 20 Tonya/Claire (Front) Sam Feathers (Back)


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December 13, 2020

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Battle Between God and Satan - Part VI: The Final Plague and Remembering

Text: Exodus 12:29-13:16

Outline: Four Reminders that Point God's People to God's Mighty Work of Redemption

1) The Word (12:29-42)

2) The Passover/Circumcision (vv. 12:43-51)

3) The Unleavened Bread (vv. 13:3-10)

4) The Redemption of the Firstborn (vv. 13:1-2, 11-16)


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why do we have to remember God's mighty work of redemption? Do we see an emphasis on this in the church today? What does it tell us when we do not emphasize this?

3) What did God give his people to cause them to remember and how does this direct our worship service today?

4) Why was circumcision required (for the males) in order to partake in the Passover?

5) Why did God's people need to redeem their firstborn sons? How does this point us to the work of Christ?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 99-101

Q. 99. What is the preface to the Ten Commandments? A. I am Jehovah, the Lord your God, which brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.

Q. 100. What do we learn from the preface? A. Three things: first, He shows to whom the right of all rule belongs, that is, to God Himself, for I am (says He) Jehovah; secondly, He says, He is the God of His people, that through the promise of His bountifulness He might allure them to obey Him; and thirdly, He says, which brought you out of the land of Egypt, as if He should say, I am He who has manifested Myself to you and bestowed all those blessings upon you, therefore you are bound to show thankfulness and obedience to Me (a). (a) Exod. 20:2.

Q. 101. Do these things belong to us? A. They do, because they figuratively comprehend and imply all the deliverances of the Church; and further, this was a type of our wonderful deliverance achieved by Christ.


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of December 19: Roth, Onstead and Les Hunt

Greeter Schedule : December 13 Scotty/Stacey (Front) Tonya/Claire (Back)

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December 6, 2020

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Three Uses of the Law


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Battle between God and Satan - Part V: The Passover

Text: Exodus 11:1-12:28

Outline: Three Important Lessons we Learn from the Passover that are Very Relevant for us Today

1) The Passover teaches us that there is judgment 

2) The Passover teaches us that we are saved from judgment only by the blood of a Passover Lamb

3) The Passover teaches us that we are new


Questions:

1) Suppose a friend asks you why the OT is even relevant for us today - isn't it just a bunch of laws for Israel? Based on this passage, what would you tell them?

2) What does this passage teach us about the judgment of God?

3) How do the details on the Passover in this passage comfort you?

4) Why does the detail about the herbs being bitter matter? Do you think this has any relevance for the ordinances that we observe under the new covenant?

5) What is the purpose of the Feast of Unleavened Bread and how is it practical for us today?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 96

Question 97. What is the law of God?

Answer 97. The Decalogue or Ten Commandments (a). (a) Exod. 20; Deut. 5.

Question 98. How are these commandments divided?

Answer 98. Into two tables (a), whereof the former, delivered in four commandments, tells us how we ought to behave ourselves towards God; the latter, delivered in six commandments, tells us what duties we owe to our neighbors (b). (a) Exod. 34:28; Deut. 4:13; 10:3-4. (b) Matt. 22:37-39.


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of December 12: The Tim Feathers Family

Greeter Schedule : December 6 Doug/Charity (Front) Scotty/Stacey (Back)


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November 29, 2020 Lord's Day Information

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Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 12 "Hinderances Strew All the Way"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Battle between God and Satan - Part IV: The God of the Plagues

Text: Exodus 10

Outline: Three Things we Should Takeaway about the God of the Plagues

1) Because God Alone is God, He is to be Exalted (vv. 1-2) - this includes trusting in his work alone for salvation and none of our own works

2) Because God Alone is God, He is to be Obeyed (vv. 3-29)

3) Because God Alone is God, He Alone is to be Worship as God (vv. 21-23) 


Questions for discussion:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What does it mean (and what does it NOT mean) for God to harden Pharaoh's heart? Does this alleviate Pharaoh of his human responsibility? Why or why not?

3) Why did God harden Pharaoh's heart? Does this make God the agent of sin?

4) What did we learn from this passage about how we can exalt God?

5) What do we learn from Pharaoh trying to negotiate with God? Why should this cause us all the more to rely only on Christ's righteousness?

6) What is the significance of the plague of darkness?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 96

Q. 96. What are good works?

A. Those only which are done by a true faith (a), according to God’s law (b), and are referred only to His glory (c), and not those which are imagined by us as seeming to be right and good (d), or which are delivered and commanded by men (e).

(a) Rom. 14:23. (b) 1 Sam. 15:22. (c) 1 Cor. 10:31. (d) Eph. 2:10. (e) Deut. 11:32; Isa. 29:13; Ezek. 20:18-19; Matt. 15:9.



Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of December 5: The Kousoulos and Newton Family

Greeter Schedule : December 6: Dorm/Sharon Ann (Front) Doug/Charity (Back)

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November 22, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 12 "Hinderances Strew All the Way"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Battle Between God and Satan - Part III: God's Judgment

Text: Exodus 9

Outline: Five Conclusions we Should Draw From God's Judgment

1) God's Judgment means Salvation for His People (vv. 1-7)

2) God's Judgment means Shame for His Enemies (vv. 8-12)

3) God's Judgment Magnifies his Glorious Power (vv. 13-16)

4) God's Judgment means We Must Flee It to Refuge (vv. 17-26)

5) God's Judgment is to Harden a Person's Heart (vv. 27-34)


Questions for discussion:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How does God's judgment mean salvation for his people?

3) Why is it proper for God to show himself off but sinful for man to do this?

4) What do we learn about God in making Pharaoh a vessel of wrath and why should that make us who believe thankful?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 93-95


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of November 28: The Marquis, Lenz and Jordan Families

Greeter Schedule : November 22: Callie/Cianna (Front) Mark/Michelle (Back)

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November 15, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 11 "Assurance"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Battle Between God and Satan - Part II: Knowing the Lord of the Battle

Text: Exodus 8

Outline: Five Truths about God that we should Take to Heart so that we may Grow in Knowing Him

1) God is a God of Justice

2) God is a God of Absolute Power

3) God Delights to Show Mercy

4) God is a God of Redemption/Salvation

5) God Desires Full Obedience

Questions for discussion:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How is knowing that God is a God of justice practical to our everyday lives?

3) How is knowing that God is a God of absolute power practical to our everyday lives?

4) How is knowing that God delights to show mercy practical to our everyday lives? How does this show you where you need to change?

5) How is knowing that God is a God of salvation/redemption practical to our everyday lives?


6) What does Pharaoh trying to compromise obedience to God teach us?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Paul Thomas - Hebrews


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Cleaning Schedule : Week of November 21: Thomas/S. Feather

Greeter Schedule : November 15: Andris/Cindy (Fron) Callie/Cianna (Back)

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November 8, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 10 "The Marrow of Assurance"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Battle Between God and Satan - Part I

Text: Exodus 7

Outline: Three Elements of this Battle between God and Satan

1) Seed

2) Sign

3) Start

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What does the genealogy in chapter 6 have to do with this battle in chapter 7?

3) What does the sign of the staff turning into a serpent and swallowing up Phraph's staffs signify?

4) What is the significance of the first plague on the Nile?

5) What are some ways that we can apply this passage to our life?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Question 92



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Cleaning Schedule : Week of November 14: Siggins Family

Greeter Schedule : November 8: Tim/Kori (Front) Andris/Cindy (Back)


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November 1, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 9 "Cures of Antinomianism"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Trusting God in Times of Trouble

Text: Exodus 5:22-6:30

Outline: Four Reminders in order to Trust God in Times of Trouble

1) God's Control (v. 1)

2) God's Character (vv. 2-3)

3) God's Covenant (vv. 4-9)

4) (that we are) God's Circumcised People (vv. 10-30)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) How does knowing God's sovereignty help in times of trouble?

3) How does knowing God's character help in times of trouble?

4) How does knowing God's covenant promises help in times of trouble?

5) What is the purpose of the genealogy in this text and how is it practical?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Question 91

3 RESPONSES TO THE GOSPEL

  1. Gospel Response - Gratitude and Honor
  2. Gospel Response - Assurance 
  3. Gospel Response - Evangelism



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Cleaning Schedule : Week of November 8: Fetter / Hartman Families

Greeter Schedule : November 1: Les Hunt (Front) Tim/Kori (Back)

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October 25, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 8 "Causes of Antinomianism"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Life Under a Rigid Master

Text: Exodus 5

Outline: Four Indicators of Living Under a Rigid Master (Satan)

1) Lack of Freedom (vv. 1-4)

2) Lack of Rest (vv. 5-12)

3) Lack of Mercy (vv. 13-19)

4) Lack of a Proper Response (vv. 20-23)


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What is meant by "lack of freedom" and how is it part and parcel of being under Satan's dominion?

3) What does it mean for Christ to give us rest?

4) How does the Law become a rigid master when it is holy, righteous, and good?

5) Based on this passage (particularly verses 13-14) what does being under the tyranny of the Law consist of?

6) How does Satan use the Law in the present worldly philosophy that we see going on today?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Question 91


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Cleaning Schedule : Week of November 1: Roth, Onstead, Hunt

Greeter Schedule : October 25th Troy and Tana (Front) Les Hunt (Back)

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October 18, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 7 "Faces of Antinomianism"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Sermon: Union with Christ: In Christ Eternally

Text: 2 Timothy 1:9-10

Outline: Two aspects of our salvation

1. It is given to us ‘in Christ’

2. It is revealed to us in the Gospel

Questions:

1. How is the Gospel presented in this text?

2. What has been given to us ‘in Christ’?

3. What does it mean to be ‘in Christ’?

4. What does it mean Christ abolished death and how does that apply in this life?

5. What is the immortal life promised in the Gospel and how do I experience it now?

6. How do I get this power of God to live a holy life now?



Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Pastor Paul Thomas preaching from Hebrews 11:28 "Gospel Selfies"


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of October 25th The Tim Feathers Family

Greeter Schedule : October 18th: Stephen and Libby (Front) Troy and Tana (Back)

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October 11, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video number 6 "Suspicious Symptoms"

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Guardian and His Book

Text: Galatians 4:1-7

Outline: The Guardian's Three Roles in Our Text

1) Guardian for Children

2) Guardian for the Savior

3) GUardian for Heirs


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 89-90


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : Week of October 12-18 Kousoulos and Kathy Newton

Greeter Schedule : October 11th: Sam Feathers (Front) Stephen and Libby (Back)

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October 4, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video.

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: God Raises Up a Deliverer

Text: Exodus 4

Outline: Four Facets of the Coming Deliverer

1) Signs (vv. 1-9)

2) Speech (vv. 10-21)

3) Sonship (vv. 22-26)

4) Sincere belief and worship (response of the people to the deliverer) (vv. 27-31)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) How is God shown to be patient, kind, and gracious in this passage?

3) What is the purpose of signs, and how does Moses performing signs prefigure Christ?

4) What was Moses missing/not seeing that made him fearful and unwilling to go? (hint: It has to do with him calling God "Lord" instead of "LORD")

5) What does the incident with God seeking to put Moses to death and the circumcision of his firstborn son have to do with this passage and ultimately have to do with Christ?

6) What does this passage reveal to us about our motivation to worship and serve God?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 88-89


Live Stream Location

Cleaning Schedule : October 11th Marquis, Jordan and Lenz

Greeter Schedule : October 4th: Vaskez and Sam Feathers

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September 27, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video.

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The God of Our Salvation

Text: Exodus 3

Outline: Five Characteristics of God Showing that We May Certainly Plae Our Full Trust in Him

1) The Symbol of the Flame (vv. 1-3)

2) High and Holy (Transcendent) (vv. 4-6)

3) Dwelling with the Lowly (Immanent) (vv. 7-10)

4) Self-Existent (vv. 11-15)

5) Sovereign (vv. 16-21)


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) What does the flame in the midst of the bush mean?

3) What does it mean for God to be holy?

4) If God is all-powerful, then why does he just not prevent us from going through suffering in this world?

5) What does God's name "I AM" mean? What does it mean for God to be rather than to become?

6) How does this passage show God's sovereignty and how does knowing that he is sovereign comfort you?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 85-87


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September 20, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

The Whole Christ discussion and video.

"Since we’re saved by grace alone, does the law of God have a place in the life of a Christian? This perennial question is essential to answer if we are to be faithful followers of Christ. In this series, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson expands on his book and illustrates the biblical relationship between God’s grace and our work. Dr. Ferguson makes it clear that the solution to both legalism and lawlessness is the same—a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ."


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Birth of a Savior

Text: Exodus 2

Outline: Four Ways in Which God's Salvation is Prefigured

1) Special Birth (vv. 1-10)

2) Coming to His People (vv. 11-14)

3) Going to the Gentiles (vv. 15-22)

4) Remembering His Covenant (vv. 23-25)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) How does Moses' birth prefigure God's salvation to us?

3) How does Moses going out to his people prefigure God's salvation to us?

4) How does Moses fleeing to Midian prefigure God's salvation to us?

5) What comfort do you take in God being faithful to remember his covenant?

6) How were you strengthened and comforted from this passage? How can/did you apply it to your life at the present?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Title: God's Faithfulness to Forgive

Text: 1 John 1:9 


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September 13, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/whole-christ/grace-in-the-gospel/?


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: The Triumph of God's Offspring

Text: Exodus 1

Outline: Three Indicators that though the People of God Suffer Now, they will Triumph in their God

1) Seed

2) Slavery

3) Slaughter

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon? 

2) What is the spiritual significance behind Pharaoh seeking to kill Israel's offspring? 

3) How does Exodus 1:7 point to the creation mandate? How is it being fulfilled? How is it fulfilled today?

4) Did the midwives tell a lie? Why were they rewarded by God?

5) How is Pharaoh a reflection of Satan in using slavery and death and weapons to keep people in bondage? How does Satan do this? What is the way out?

Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox catechism questions 82-84


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September 6, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

https://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/whole-christ/


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Sermon: Introduction to Exodus

Text: Selected Texts from the Book of Exodus

Outline:

Three Major Themes in the Book of Exodus that Picture Our Redemption in Christ

1) Our Sin and Misery (chs. 1-5)

2) Our Redemption (chs. 2-14)

3) Our Thankfulness (chs. 15-40)

Questions:

1) Why is the Book of Exodus in the Bible? What purpose does it serve?

2) How does Exodus point us to Christ?

3) How does the Book of Exodus point to our sin and misery?

4) How does the Book of Exodus point to our redemption/deliverance?

5) How does the Book of Exodus point to the thankfulness we owe to God?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 79-81


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August 30, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

  1. As it pertains to our justification: Vindication
  2. As it pertains to our sanctification: Complete Conformity into Christ's Image
  3. As it pertains to our bodies: Glorified Bodies
  4. As it pertains to the creation: The New Heavens and New Earth

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Through the month of August, I'll be preaching various passages while I prepare for the Book of Exodus which we'll begin in September.

Sermon: How To Understand the Old Testament

Texts: Selected Scriptures

Outline: Three Views on Understanding the OT

1) OT Primarily for the Jews (incorrect view)

2) OT Promises Only for the Jews (incorrect view)

3) OT Points to Christ (correct view)


Questions:

1) Why is the OT not primarily for the Jews? What Scripture passages back this up?

2) In what two main areas does the OT instruct us as NT believers?

3) Why is it not correct to say that the promises in the OT are in no way fulfilled in the church? Where in Scripture do we see that this is not correct?

4) Why should we understand the OT as pointing to Christ? 

5) How much of the OT points to Christ and how does it point to Christ?

6) How is this going to be relevant for our study of the Book of Exodus?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 74-78 


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August 23, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Through the month of August, I'll be preaching various passages while I prepare for the Book of Exodus which we'll begin in September.


Title: Addressing Sin in the Church

Text: Matthew 18:15-20

Outline: Three Key Elements for Addressing Sin in the Church

1) Occasion (v. 15a)

2) The Process (vv. 15-17)

3) The Authority (vv. 18-20)

Questions:

1) What is usually meant by "church discipline" and what are some misconceptions that come from that term?

2) What is the process that we are to follow in addressing sin?

3) What is the criteria that must be met prior to bringing someone's sin before the church? 

4) What does it mean to excommunicate someone? Why would we do this? Is it mean-spirited?

5) What is the authority behind excommunicating someone? Is it simply that we here on earth remove someone from our rolls? How is heaven involved?

6) What does it mean to bind and loose (Matt. 18:18)? Who does this binding and loosing?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 73 - Part II - The Benefits of the New Covenant

Outline: Seven Wonderful Benefits of the New Covenant showing that it is the Covenant of Grace

1) Christ as the Mediator

2) Union with Christ

3) Forgiveness of Sins

4) Righteousness of Christ (in both justification and sanctification)

5) Christ's Spirit

6) Eternal Life

7) Perseverance

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August 16, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Through the month of August, I'll be preaching various passages while I prepare for the Book of Exodus which we'll begin in September.

Title: Comfort for a Troubled Heart

Text: John 14:1-6

Outline: Three Comforts for a Troubled Heart

1) Faith in God (v. 1)

2) Heavenly Hope (vv. 2-3)

3) Knowledge of the Way (vv. 4-6)


Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) How can Jesus tell his disciples to not be troubled when he himself was troubled (John 13:21)?

3) What is faith?

4) What does Jesus mean by "in my Father's house there are many rooms/mansions"?

5) What does it mean for Jesus to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life?

6) How do these words of Jesus particularly comfort you today?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 73


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August 9, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Through the month of August, I'll be preaching various passages while I prepare for the Book of Exodus which we'll begin in September.

Title: Facing the World as a Christian

Text: John 16:33

Outline:Two Truths to Keep in Mind in order to have Peace in this Dark World

1) Tribulation

2) Triumph

Questions for reflection and Wednesday night groups

1) How does it give us peace to know that in this world we will have tribulation?

2) What are some ways in which we seek to find peace in this world?

3) What are some of the reasons to find peace in Jesus?

4) How is Satan the ruler of this world?

5) How did Christ overcome this world? How is this related to him as the Last Adam?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 72 


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August 2, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Spiritual Battle - Part III

Text: Ephesians 6:18-24

Outline (the overall outline for Ephesians 6:10-24 from previous weeks):

Four Necessities for standing against our spiritual enemies

1) Power (v. 10) (two weeks ago)

2) Protections (vv. 11-17) (two weeks ago and last week)

3) Prayer (v. 18) (this Sunday)

4) Partnership (vv. 19-24) (this Sunday)

Questions for reflection and E Group Discussion

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) What are some ways that Satan and his demonic realm attack?

3) What were your thoughts about prayer previously and how have they changed after studying this passage?

4) What is the difference between a Christian who is called into full-time gospel ministry and a Christian who is called into a common vocation?

5) What is the importance of the benediction/blessing at the end of the service? 

Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 70-71

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July 26, 2020

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Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Sermon Title: Spiritual Battle - Part II - Link to Sermon

Sermon Text: Ephesians 6:14-17

Sermon Outline (continued from last week):

Four Necessities for standing against our spiritual enemies

1) Power (v. 10) (last week)

2) Protections (vv. 11-17) (last week and this week)

3) Prayer (v. 18) (next week)

4) Partnership (vv. 19-24) (next week)

Questions for reflection and to discuss at weekly small groups on Wednesday

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) What have been your thoughts about spiritual battle in the past and how has it changed over the course of this study?

3) What is the breastplate of righteousness and what does it protect against?

4) How is the gospel of peace the shoes that make our feet ready? Does this mean that the Law does not matter? Why or why not?

5) What is the importance of the whole church, particularly the gathered church, in spiritual battle?

Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 68-69 - Link to Sermon

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July 19, 2020

Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

  • July 19 - Justification
  • July 26 - Justification
  • Aug 2 - Reconciliation/Adoption
  • Aug 9 - Regeneration
  • Aug 16 - Sanctification
  • Aug 23 - Sanctification
  • Aug 30 - Glorification


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title: Spiritual Battle - Part I

Text: Ephesians 6:10-13

Outline (this is for all three parts of the series on spiritual battle): 

Four Necessities for standing against our spiritual enemies:

1) Power (v. 10) (July 19th)

2) Protection (vv. 11-17) (partially on July 19th and completing on July 26th)

3) Prayer (v. 18) (August 2nd)

4) Partnership (vv. 19-24) (August 2nd)

Questions for E Groups

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) What is spiritual battle?

3) What are we standing against and why will mere politics or taking up arms ultimately work?

4) In what ways do Satan and the cosmic spiritual realm of darkness attack?

5) How does Satan tempt us towards self-righteousness?


Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Orthodox Catechism Question 68 - "What is Baptism?" with baptisms at the end of the service.

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July 12, 2020

Summer Sunday School at 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

  • July 12 - Justification
  • July 19 - Justification
  • July 26 - Justification
  • Aug 2 - Reconciliation/Adoption
  • Aug 9 - Regeneration
  • Aug 16 - Sanctification
  • Aug 23 - Sanctification
  • Aug 30 - Glorification


Morning Service at 10:30 AM

Title:New Creation Conduct in the Family - Part IV 

Text: Ephesians 6:5-9

Outline: Two Positions that need to be viewed through our identity in Christ

1) Slaves/Employees

  • Manner
  • Motivations

2) Masters/Employers

  • Manner
  • Motivations

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this sermon?

2) Why did Paul not outright condemn slavery?

3) Why do we want to be people-pleasers?

4) How does the gospel deliver us from people-pleasing?

5) How does the gospel/gospel identity help us work and live honorably in our jobs?

Afternoon Service at 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 64-67

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