Greetings, Church Family and Friends!
We are officially in the summer vacation season. Weekly attendance at Bible Study and Lord's Day worship services typically takes a little dip. That is expected. But going on vacation does not mean you take a break from worshiping with God's people wherever you are, if it is at all possible. Wherever you might be this summer on the Lord's Day, find a local, Bible-believing, Bible-teaching church to attend. It will be especially encouraging to a smaller congregation if you visit because they (like us) are likely experiencing a little "dip" in attendance. If the church you decide to attend while you are out of town has a printed bulletin, have the pastor or staff member sign it and bring it back home with you. I half-jokingly suggest that you bring your signed bulletin back to church with you. Many of you do just that during the summer and other times when you are gone, and I appreciate it! While it is not absolutely necessary to bring back a signed bulletin, I cannot emphasize enough just how important it is to maintain the holy habit of weekly worship attendance during the summer and throughout the year. Happy summer vacationing!
THE LORD'S DAY (6/4):
Scriptures for Sunday. Here are the Scriptures we will be reading that will shape our corporate worship. Take a few moments to read and meditate on them as you prepare for worship tomorrow. Click anywhere on the link to see a printable version of these passages on biblegateway.com
Baptist Catechism Questions are Questions 8-10 "On the Nature of God." For the entire catechism, follow this link.
ICYMI: Last Sunday's sermon audio will be posted at a later date
Other previous messages are archived here . Please visit our YouTube Channel to see the edited service video.
FIGHTER VERSE: Our Fighter Verse this week is James 4:13-14
Come now, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit”— yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.
READ THROUGH THE BIBLE The Five-Day Bible Reading Plan is attached to this e-mail for your convenience. You may want to access additional resources to support your reading available at this website. Daily Bible reading is one of the leading indicators of spiritual growth and vitality in the Christian's life.
See you in church!
Grace and peace,
Pastor Greg Dixon