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Sharing the Love of Jesus Christ with the Moab Community Jesus is Lord!@

Sunday Morning Service: Children's

· 10:00 a.m. Worship Service (Childrens Church and Nursery provided)
· 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Time
· 11:15 a.m. Connection Classes

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Men's Prayer Meeting Wednesday mornings 6:00 a.m. @ Moab Grill. All men are invited for this time of fellowship & prayer.

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Vacation Bible School

Thanks to everyone who has signed up to help with VBS! It's going to be a fun and exciting experience as we share the Gospel with the kids in the community, and also minister to those who have already committed to Jesus. We are going to have a Pre-Registration Raffle. A winner will be picked before VBS starts. Registration forms will be in the Sanctuary and also the church office.

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Everyone Can Serve

Look for opportunities to serve; don't wait to be asked!  Remember, you can serve without being a part of an "official" ministry. We all can:

  • Extend the word of welcome, whether or not we are official greeters
  • Be listening caring friends, whether or not we are offical lay counselors
  • Be ready to give reason for the hope that is in us, whether or not we are on the evengelism team
  • Be enthusiastic participants and ready to give a hand, whether or not we are on the planning or cleanup committees.

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In Paul’s final words to the Philippian church he challenges them to be joyful. His command is to rejoice in the Lord always. Then he reminds them that anxiety is an enemy. Rather than worry it is better Paul writes to pray and be thankful. This he insists will result in the peace of God coming into our lives. Finally he challenges the church to think properly. His counsel is to ponder what is good and right and worthy of praise. He ends the section of chapter 4 this way; “Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me-put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.” (Verse 9)
Most of us would give a lot for a life that is characterized by joy and peace. It seems like both are available. So why is it that so many live without experiencing them? One obvious reason is that life is hard for some. The constant battle with physical pain, loneliness, grief or broken relationships makes finding joy and peace difficult. The formula that Paul gives us from God still works well for people who apply it even when burdens are great. The problem as it appears to me in both my life and in the lives of people I work with is that we generally fail in the, “put into practice” part of the equation. We desire the God of peace to be with us and thus experience peace. We just don’t do the things that make for peace or allow the God of peace to be truly with us. I wonder if creating a checklist might be helpful for us. Using the verses from Philippians 4 it looks like this.
1. Are we making a good attempt at being joyful? Praising God in all things is a good start to accomplish number one.
2. Are we being kind to everyone we meet? The verse is; “let your gentleness be evident to all.”
3. Instead of worrying about anything are we praying about everything?
4. Are we keeping our minds focused on good and godly things?
5. Are we doing the things we know are right to do that we have been taught by spiritual people, like Paul the Apostle, to do?
Such things would certainly include loving and serving others, fellowshipping regularly with believers, studying Scriptures and allowing Jesus to lead our lives by His presence and power. We can have lives that are characterized by joy and peace. It doesn’t just happen because we know Jesus.
It happens because we follow Him. “Rejoice in the Lord always”!

. -PK

 

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Baptism AnnouncementCongratulations
to Keith, Amber,
Brayden and Mya Hughes on your decision to follow the Lord in Baptism April 22nd 2018

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