Saturday, November 05, 2011
Friday, November 04, 2011
Workshops, Field Trips, Small Groups, and Banquet
No Webcast for Evening Services
Skype Group Success
Thursday, November 03, 2011
Back on His Feet
Burkas leave you tongue-tied?
I'm hoping to find out this Saturday morning at the Crossing Cultures Workshops. They start at 9 am with bagels and coffee. There are sessions on Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and Chinese--all led by veteran Tenth partners who will be sharing their experiences and helping equip us.
It's really a two-fer: I get to both hear how God has helped them reach across cultural boundaries overseas and get pointers on how to do that here.
Hope you join me!
Following Paul with Phil
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MCO Healthcare Fellowship Lunch
Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Unengaged and Unreached
"According to current mission research, nearly 600 unengaged, unreached people groups can be found in North America — many of them in urban areas. They haven’t heard the Gospel in ways they can understand it and respond to it, and no evangelical group currently has a viable plan to reach them. Up to eight of every 10 refugees resettled in the United States come from unreached areas of the world," Erich Bridges reports.
Global outreach starts here. Make plans now to come to the Crossing Cultures Workshops, Saturday from 9 am t0 12 pm and learn from our global partners how to begin stepping across the cultural divide to extend God's welcome.
The Trouble with Paul Tripp
International Small Group
ACTS Ministries needs four more turkeys for the November 13 Community Dinner. Sign up in the mail room or email email@example.com. Please bring the well-done cooked turkeys with meat sliced to Fellowship Hall before on the 13th.
The Community Dinner ministry also needs four more people for food prep on November 13. Please come to Fellowship Hall after the 11am worship service.
Tuesday, November 01, 2011
GO Dinner Banquet - Nov. 12th
Skype Bible Study
By the way, according to my records, we have 400 communicant members in some kind of small group, of which there are 56. That represents 26% of resident members. That's a good base, but I certainly would like to see those numbers grow. You can see all the groups at Access ACS. Go to the church website and click "Access ACS" on the top right hand column.