Paul the Zealot – Sermon April 15

Paul the Zealot

Dr. Mark Fairchild shares stories today from his archeological explorations in Turkey, his interactions with people zealous in their faith, and insights from the life of the Apostle Paul.

Wood Painting Fundraiser-(sponsored by Discoverers Class)

You are invited to a Wood Painting Fundraiser. $10 of each sign will go to Camp Scholarships for youth attending Camp Co-Tu-Bic in Bellefontaine, Ohio.

A party facilitator will bring all the materials you need to create a wood sign that you love. We have over 900 designs, 6 stain colors and 60 paint colors. You must pre-order the sign you want to paint, so we can stain the wood and cut the vinyl stencil ahead of time. Our signs cost between $35-60.

Use the party webpage below to pre-order your sign! ALL SINGS MUST BE PRE-ORDERED BY Wednesday, May 2nd at 10:00 AM. WE need the stain on the wood to dry for 4-5 days for our process to work. WE CAN NOT ACCEPT LATE ORDERS!

ORDER HERE – http://www.creativegatheringsindy.com/order-your-sign.html

You can check orders and remaining balances here. After you ordered it can take up to 3 days for your sign order to be processed in the Google Sheet.

CHECK ORDER HERE – http://www.creativegatheringsindy.com/check-orders.html

For more information, contact Jadean Barnes or the church office.

Financial Peace class starting April 22

Financial Peace: Starting April 22nd. Financial Peace University (FPU) is a nine-lesson class on money management taught by America’s most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. Dave and his teaching team will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future and much more. And now you can experience this life-changing class during the Sunday School hour in Room 202. Scott & Jill LaMar are facilitating the class. Cost is $129, but scholarships are available. Sign up at the Welcome Center.

 

Agree to Disagree – Sermon April 8

Agree to Disagree  (Acts 13, 15)

Whenever disagreement is handled with grace, God smiles.

Let’s look at three things we can all agree with:

1. Disagreements are inevitable.

2. Even the godly will sometimes disagree.

3. In every disagreement, there are the same two ingredients:
a. An issue
b. Various viewpoints

A biblical example (Acts 13, 15)

Handling future disagreeable times with grace:

1. Always leave room for an opposing viewpoint.

2. If an argument must occur, don’t assassinate or retaliate.

3. If you don’t get your way, get over it, and get on with life.

What did you learn today? What do you need to do in light of today?

Hope – Easter Sunday Sermon April 1

Hope    (John 11:1-45)

The story of hope:

Our response of faith: