March 25-31, 2018

Wednesday Faith Connections~ 6:30 All are invited to participate in corporate prayer and discuss Spiritual Warfare. We will be reading II Thessalonians 2:1-17 for Wednesday March 28th.

Email Address for Ministry Details
Please use email address when communicating with the ministry assistant, Rochelle, for any ministry needs or bulletin details. Please have all bulletin announcements/updates sent to this e-mail by Wednesday morning of each week.

Opportunities to learn and grow spiritually!
•Find a role in serving the body see Rochelle for more information.
Choose to study the bible during our bible hour following our corporate worship each week.
•Pray with and for others on Wednesday evening.
•Be bold in your testimony and witness for Christ.

AWANA and Youth Group will meet on Sunday afternoons from 1:30-3:00 p.m., September 17-April 29.

Our Daily Bread Spring Edition ~ March/April/May is available for you and for encouraging others.

Our study will resume with the topic of Pneumatology (the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit). We are using “Biblical Doctrine” by John Macarthur. ISBN 9781433545917. Please go to Amazon and order a copy of the book, if you haven’t already purchased one last fall.
Please read pages 359-379 and answer the questions on the handout Pastor gave us in class for April 8th.

Would you like to be a Member of our church? You are invited to learn more about us and how to join a great group of believers.
Ask Pastor Mark about our partnership class.

Men of Faith~Only twice a month you can start your morning with breakfast and a bible study next meeting is on Saturday, March 24th at 7:00 a.m. in the lower level fellowship hall.

Marcus will be our speaker Sunday March 25th for morning worship and the Bible Hour. His wife Elizabeth and Hosanna 11, David and Joseph 9 will be with him. Would you be interested in providing hospitality to them while they are with us? Please see Rochelle or Pastor Mark.

There will be no afternoon ministries March 25th due to Spring Break.

Resurrection Sunday!~Join us as we celebrate this significant day! We plan to start with breakfast at 8:15 a.m. Please sign up and bring breakfast items to share. The sign up is on the information center table. Worship service at 9:30 a.m. will follow. There will be no Bible Hour, or afternoon ministries so you can spend time with family.

Ladies of Faith~Please prepare lesson two of our new study “Enough” A study on the book of Colossians. We will meet at 6:00 p.m. on April 3 at Anna’s home, 419 Iverson Street. For more information or to get a book and join us see Mary Rhode.

Church Camping August 24-26 ~Now is the time to reserve your campsite at Franklin Lake Loop 28-40. Please go to We invite you to join us and not to miss out on this special time. Many of us look forward to seeing you there.

Milestones Sunday!~We plan to celebrate the achievements of the members of AWANA and
honor those who have earned a degree this year in life. Also, we plan to celebrate your birthdays and anniversaries. Please let Rochelle know if you had a milestone event in 2017/2018.

Mystery Night!~April 13th 5:30-8:00 p.m.Teens, please remember to sign up and invite your friends for our mystery night.

Bible Hour Electives:
Strengthen your faith in a specific age group study.
Adult Class: Pneumatology I John MacArthur and Richard Mayhue Pages 359-379
Teen Class: Genesis Lower level classroom.
Primary Class: Lower level classroom.
Preschool Class: Lower level classroom.

Marriage Minute 3-25
If you don’t understand how to communicate with your spouse, you will cause frustration, more arguments, or even leave more unresolved conflicts. There
are four basic communication styles that people tend to us. It is helpful to
know your communication style: is it passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive, or assertive?
Passive style -unwilling, or unable to express feelings, needs, or what they believe. This communicator is hard to read and will often seem as if you’re talking to a blank wall. They avoid conflict at all costs.
Aggressive style –shares feelings, beliefs, and needs in an adverse, intimidating, or controlling way. They will try to win a verbal argument.
Passive-Aggressive –uses ambiguity, or indirect, and unclear communication, often with sarcasm or unnecessary humor. They often hide their thoughts and solve conflict by indirect conversation.
Assertive Style – has respect and encourages others to do the same. They are honest with themselves and others. They seek to understand rather than to be understood.
Which style do you use? Which type does your spouse communicate with?
Let’s communicate with our spouses in a way that makes them feel cherished.
Romans 14:19 ESV
“So then let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding.”

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