Ever wonder how to connect the parables of Jesus with your busy, everyday life? Open Hearts Grow Group is going to explore just that with a six-week study entitled Deeper Connections: The Parables of Jesus.
Starting Thursday, October 3 at 7 pm, we will be using the study’s videos of expert teachers as they share maps and pictures, outlines and key Scripture verses to help us discover the deeper meanings of the parables so that we can apply them to our lives. Interested? Contact Gail Stewart at email@example.com.
In two weeks our church will have several homeless families staying overnight for a week (September 29 – October 5). This will be a challenging time due to the gym being closed. Would you like to help in entertaining the children and making this a pleasant time for the families? We now have comfortable beds for people who stay overnight. We can use lots of help!
Please check out the yellow IHN brochure and/or email Sally Dessauer at firstname.lastname@example.org, Carol Wright at email@example.com or Lynn Hampshire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ladies Bible Study begins Thursday, September 12th at 10 a.m. “Learning to study the Bible” as the caption says….”Anyone can understand the Bible with the right tools…Each session invites exploration, application, and practice; provides reflection questions; and includes a space to journal–all of which will strengthen your personal relationship with God.” Come and grow deeper in your understanding of Scripture as well as going deeper in your relationship with God.
Please join us on Thursday, September 12th at 10:00 a.m. at My Neighbor’s Place to pray for our surrounding neighborhood. We will be walking and/or driving around praying for businesses, churches, residents and current issues/concerns. Join us for this inspirational and powerful time of prayer. We have seen exciting answers to our prayers!
If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
The Prayer Administrative Team wants to remind you of a very easy way for you to let others know that you’re praying for them–simply send them a prayer postcard! They’ve even make it super easy by supplying the stamp!
Let’s face it, the world can be a cold and lonely place. As disciples of Christ, we are called to be the LIGHT in a dark and sometimes lonely world. What better way to shine that light than by writing out a postcard and letting someone know you care!
Postcards are available in all the kiosks (Eckel Hall, Welcome Center, Epworth Hall lobby) and at the tables in Epworth Hall. Take one (or two) today and make someone’s day!