Youth Community Group: The Youth Community Group will begin meeting every Sunday night after evening worship (unless there is a special event!) Joetta Morgan is coordinating the meals so if you are on the list be prepared for a call. And even if you aren’t on the list, be prepared for a call. Or call Joetta and volunteer before she calls you! This is a tangible way for us to encourage our young people in their walk with Christ. Pray for our youth and for T.C. Ledbetter as he leads this group.
WOW-tastic Wednesdays - Every Wednesday in July from 6-8 p.m. at Noble Park: This VBS is for our congregation to be missionaries in our community and to be so in partnership with Marble City Baptist Church.
How can you be a part of this?
Summer Sunday School:
Women’s Class is studying John Piper’s Desiring God. Video with discussion after.
Men’s Class - Men rotate in leading and sharing from favorite Bible passages.
Youth will participate in the adult classes.
Library Hours: Sundays from 9 am-6 pm. Available other times by appointment.
News from Knollwood Christian School by Dr. Larry Jones
While school may be out for the summer, please continue to pray for the students and their families. May they continue to grow spiritually during this break and return to school in August ready to continue to grow in all areas of their lives. We have already interviewed and accepted several new students for next year and a couple of new teachers that are excited to teach in our school where they are not kept from sharing how God is at the center of all of their students' lives. If you know of families that are interested in providing their children with a strong spiritual and academic education, please have them contact us before classes fill up.
2011 Life Change: We are collecting money to help furnish the new kitchen at Camp Marannook. Bring coins, bills and checks to fill the jar!
Fellowship Lunch EXTRAVAGANZA! - July 3rd: Make plans to stay for a “Picnic –Themed” Fellowship Lunch. We’ll have lunch in the fellowship hall followed by water activities and games outside for those - young and young at heart! - who would like to participate. Bring food like you would for any fellowship lunch keeping a “picnic theme” in mind (meat plus salad, vegetable, dessert or drink).
“Jesus Meets Our Opposing Hearts and Gives Rest for the Weary”: In our morning worship, we are continuing our study in the Gospel of Matthew, of what the coming of the Gospel-Kingdom of Jesus means for our lives and world. This month we enter a new section in chapters 11-12, where Jesus and His message begin to run into opposition. The theme of these encounters is that Jesus comes into our opposition to the Gospel to give rest to our weary souls. The question we are lovingly confronted with is: Will we run or will we rest?
1: Beau Mullins
3: Jimmy Pursell
12: Amy Mullins
15: Celia Blanchard
17: Nathan Saturday
18: Thomas Mullins
19: Nick Cleveland
29: Stacey Morgan and Brad Ogle
30: Grace Hendrick and John Peters
31: Jackson Whorton