Sunday School is about studying the Word of God with your peers, making closer connections with other members, & strengthening the core of the church. It is a time to make friends, share burdens, & celebrate victories. It is a chance to learn something new or refocus on something you may have forgotten. It's not just a "kid" thing- it's a Child of God thing! Join us at 10 am on Sunday morning. (During the month of March, the teens and adults will be meeting together for guest... missionaries to speak.)
Young Adults 19-40
First Run for God session in the books at NLBC. Some of us had to walk a good bit (if not all) of the track time but we felt great about what we accomplished. The discussion in Bible study tonight was on what running and faith have in common. What do you think?
The Teen Class had a lesson last week about soap and how it can help them study the Bible in a "clean" and easy way! Sometimes diving into Bible study can seem messy and overwhelming, but this little acronym makes it simple: S.O.A.P.
Scripture- What passage am I looking at?
Observation- What is the context and situation?
Application- How can I apply this to my own life?
Prayer- Ask the Lord to help you understand and use the scripture you read.
An interesting soap fact: Some parts of the molecules have the function of clinging to impurities, germs, and oils and bonding them to water to be washed away. Let Bible study be your spiritual soap this week!
We will be cancelling our regular Wednesday night meeting this week at New Life. Instead, we will meet at Max Brannon & Sons Funeral Home in Calhoun to pay our respects to our dear Bro. Frank Caceras and to support his family.
Bro. Frank & Sis. Cookie Caceres singing at NLBC. We will miss Bro. Frank but we know he is in the presence of the Lord!
"The preaching that this world needs most is the sermons in shoes that are walking with Jesus Christ." -DL Moody
This morning a dear "sermon in shoes" went home to Heaven.
Bro. Frank Caceras has been a great blessing to our church family and it has been an honor serving the Lord with him. His love, wisdom, and wit has touched us all. We know he is enjoying the presence of the Lord. As Frank would say, "Amen, amen, amen!"
What can you do for Jesus?
100-year-old Eva wakes up between 3-4 and heads for her sewing machine. She’s a woman on a mission with no time to waste.
"I can't get up on a platform and giv...e a message—that isn't my work. The Lord has given me hands with no arthritis, so I do a lot of sewing—I've been given a talent and I make use of it."