A Word From Pastor John
The theme this week is the calling of God on our lives to continue to trust him more and more. In chapter 4 of the book of James, the Bible talks about our tendency to cast judgment on people and also to trust in our own plans. We are reminded that God's plans are the best plans; and instead of judging people's hearts and motives we should pray for them and entrust them to God, who is the ultimate judge. May God continue to grow you in Holiness this week.
Pray For One Another
Our pastors and their families
Tom's brother, Randy
The Hahn's friend, Dee
Suzie Kimbal's son
Sharon Slaven's Daughter-in-law's father
Robin Hull's nephew, Kevin
The many unspoken requests
Bible Reading Plan: Week 6
This year, we are reading through the Bible chronologically using The Bible Recap Plan in YouVersion.
Take a bookmark from the front lobby if you'd like to keep track that way and go through at your own pace. Bookmark two is now available!
Day 36: Exodus 19-21
Day 30: Exodus 22-24
Day 31: Exodus 25-27
Day 32: Exodus 28-29
Day 33: Exodus 30-32
Day 34: Exodus 33-35
Day 35: Exodus 36-38
Before you read God’s Word today, seek His help with these 5 prayers:
1. God, give me wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. 2. God, let any knowledge I gain serve to help me love You and others more, and not puff me up. 3. God, help me see something new about You I've never seen before. 4. God, correct any lies I believe about You or anything I misunderstand. 5. God, direct my steps according to Your Word.
The Native American Christian Academy will be performing for us THIS SUNDAY February 9th at both the 8:30 and 10:30 am services.
Dawn to Dusk Prayer Circle is a body of believers praying in concert with believers around the globe for needs (spoken and unspoken) in our family,church, community, country, and the world. Your daily prayer can be 5 minutes or the whole hour. Each time slot in the circle is an opportunity to stand in agreement in prayer with others around the globe. If you would like to be participate in the Dawn to Dusk Prayer Circle, please add your name to the list in the foyer. See Talma Harmon for a global prayer calendar.
Missions Advisory Leader
Opportunities to Give and Serve
Help us get Bibles to the Navajo speaking people who are in prison here in Arizona:
Fill out a volunteer placement card in the front lobby lobby or comment about how you'd like to help on our welcome card on Sunday and put it in with the offering.
We've all been there.
We've bumped into someone who's out of sync with the way we think people should be. It's not that they're evil or profane; they don't harm us or our families. It might just be their mannerisms, or their different way of thinking, or their unusual style of dress. It turns us off.
And that person may be a Christian brother or sister.
In Ephesians 4:2 we read, “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.”
For a few years now I've been working on seeing the world of people like a big, beautiful tapestry. I might pick out one thread in a tapestry and think, “Ooh, I don't like that color.” But that thread could be just the one that makes part of the tapestry “pop.”
In the same way, God has woven people together, both in the church and in society, in the way that HE sees fit. Those we see as different may be just the threads that bring part of the human tapestry to life. May we appreciate and embrace them, and trust in God's expert craftsmanship.
by Susan Jackman
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