Sunday in Review – October 26th

Posted By Nathan on Oct 26, 2014 | 0 comments


Perfect submission, all is at rest,
I in my Savior am happy and blest,
Watching and waiting, looking above,
Filled with His goodness, lost in His love.

This is my story, this is my song,
Praising my Savior all the day long

– Written by Frances Crosby – She wrote over 8000 hymns and songs; this is despite her being blind from shortly after birth

What a great message this week showing us that God’s desire to for us to be brought out of the darkness of the world, into the truth of the Gospel.  A Gospel that heals!  A Gospel that saves!  That “I in my Savior am Happy and Blest.”

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And this was shown true in a testimony given to us today by Kevin Whittemore. He testified to the power of God in his life through the agony of anxiety.

What a major bummer – video didn’t work this week.  Hopefully we will get the bugs worked out of that system soon.  Sorry to anybody who could not join us today as a result.

In case you missed it:

Youth Group All Nighter: November 14-15, we are having an all-nighter at Lakeside Community Church. The event will begin at 7:30pm (11/14 At the Church) and lasts until 6am (Sat 11/15). If you would like to participate, the event costs $15/youth $25/2 youth $30/3 youth which will need to be handed in, along with a permission slip, NO LATER THAN Sunday November 9, 2014. A permission slip is required (Which can be obtained off the website www.fourtwelve.us ) because we will be leaving the church for a few hours. There will be no sleeping arrangements, so all you need to bring is lots and lots of energy! Due to this event, there is NO Youth Group on November 13, 2014. Any Questions, contact Nicholas or Alysha Harpin.

Community Event at Lakeside: On November 3rd at Lakeside from 7-8 pm, the York County Sheriff’s department will be leading a talk on domestic violence in York County. They will provide warning signs for friends and family as well as resources and other information on this growing problem. This is open to everyone in the community and is free of charge.

 

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