7/20/14 – Pastor Pollo Corral of LOVE in motion joins us at 10:30 am. He is a young pastor from El Paso who has started a new church in the Dallas area. His church meets in Uptown at the Weirs Furniture Store Warehouse, upstairs. He will share about his passion for reaching out to the community that surrounds them in love–loving Christ, loving others. Live love is their motto. His church is in a community where not too many people go to church. He and his congregation go out to the community simply living out their faith where the people are. You will be inspired by his story. IT’S POTLUCK SUNDAY! Bring a dish and enjoy the fellowship.
7/27/14 – Rev. Wil McCall, president of Dallas Leadership Foundation joins us at 10:30 am. His organization develops leaders in non-profits and churches to work with people and neighborhoods who are under-served to support ministries in serving the elderly, mentoring at-risk youth, those who are incarcerated or have just been released, and other grass-root efforts at reaching out to people in the name of Christ. His organization also helps revitalize low-income neighborhoods through minor home renovation and crime prevention. His goal is to support and enable Christians to reach out with the message of the good news. Wil is a joy and a delight and I know you will love what he has to say. Following the service, everyone is invited to stay for hotdogs, refreshments, and Bounce House fun!
I hope that you will attend and enthusiastically invite your friends. I am thrilled to be able to offer this blessing to you.Read More
Have you ever needed mercy? You did something wrong and couldn’t wiggle out of it! There was no way out, except to ask forgiveness. You could run away or ignore the person but that wouldn’t work for the long haul! Let’s translate that to our relationship with God. We all need mercy but it is certainly not owed to us! Yet God understood this long ago and God made a fantastic decision to forgive. But how does that work? Do we have to ask for it? Do we have to do penance? Hmmm… That’s our discussion this Sunday at 10:30 worship. Oh yes, Sunday School at 9:15 for all ages. See you there!
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7/20/14 – Pastor Pollo Corral of LOVE in motion joins us. His church meets in Uptown and he will share about his passion for reaching out to the community that surrounds them in love–live love–loving Christ, loving others. This is the good news!
7/27/14 – Rev. Wil McCall, president of Dallas Leadership Foundation. His organization develops leaders to work with people and neighborhoods who are underserved to support ministries such as minor home renovation and crime prevention in low-income neighborhoods; serving the elderly, at-risk youth, those who are incarcerated or have just been released, and other grass-root efforts. 10:30 am. Join us and be blessed!
I can’t wait to see you!
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HAPPY HOLIDAY! DID YOU HAVE A GOOD 4th of JULY? We celebrate our unity as Americans, recall the importance of our nation, and commemorate the Declaration of Independence. John Adams wrote his wife Abigail in 1776: “It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade . . . from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.” (http://www.masshist.org/digitaladams/archive/letter/ Look under 3 July, 1776, accessed July 4, 2014.)
But just how much unity do you see in this nation? When you stop laughing, we’ll take a vote. It’s obvious we need help! Our series on forgiveness attempts to do just that as we look at a story of two brothers who had the most anguishing fallout, which lasted 20 years. But then the disharmony was suddenly overcome! When forgiveness happens a bright light shines. Come discover that light for 2014 beginning this Sunday at 9:15 for Sunday School and worship at 10:30. I can’t wait to see you!
READ THE MESSAGE: The Three-sided Coin of Forgiveness
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