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april 14, 2019
 

message: what we learn from paul’s ministry, pt. 1 | romans 15:14-21 | pastor jeff moorehead

ON THE WEB
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STUDENT MINISTRY
Middle & High School

Sundays at 9am: 6th-9th Graders meet in Ed Mod 1 for Sunday School (after corporate worship time in the 8:30 service).

Mark your calendar for the upcoming Middle & High School Retreat, Friday, May 3 thru Sunday, May 5 at Lake Retreat. Cost $95.

Check out all events and times online.

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY 
(Birth-5th Grade)

Go online to find out more about Sunday School and special events.

MISSIONARY FOCUS
Debbe Carson - Community Chaplain Service & Life Care

UPCOMING EVENTS AT CHRIST’S CHURCH

  • Apr. 19 -        Good Friday Service, 7pm

  • Apr. 20-        Easter Eggstravaganza Outreach, 3:15pm

  • Apr. 20 -       Easter Worship Service, 5pm

  • Apr. 21 -        Easter Worship Service, 8:30am & 10:30am

  • Apr. 28 -       New Life Development Classes begin

  • Apr. 28 -       Pizza with the Pastors


PIZZA WITH THE PASTORS
Sunday, April 28th

Are you new here? Let’s get to know each other better! You are invited to come for “Pizza with the Pastors” on Sunday, April 28th, 12:15-1:45pm in the Ministry Center. Children are invited to join parents and staff for lunch from 12:15-12:45 and then we will transition them to the Children’s Center or Preschool Room thru 1:30pm. It’s free and no need to RSVP!

NEW MEN’S STUDY: THE PURSUIT OF GOD
All men are invited to join us on Monday nights, starting April 22nd, 6:45 in Ed Mod 2E for A.W. Tozer's The Pursuit of God. This devotional masterpiece is a thought-provoking and spirit-enlivening invitation to think deeply about your faith and come alive to God's presence. Sharpen your understanding of how He surrounds, pursues, and sustains us. If you are hungry, The Pursuit of God will lead you to the only One who can satisfy your soul. Questions? Contact Bill Fuller at 253-315-1519 or go online.

B.A.G. PROGRAM
Bridging A Gap for Sacajawea Middle School Students

Items we are collecting for April include canned pasta (like ravioli), cans of tuna, fruit cups, protein bars, and Cup Noodles. Items can be placed in the basket in the foyer. Thank you for your generosity!


NEW LIFE DEVELOPMENT CLASSES
Two six-week Life Development classes will be offered on Sundays at 10:30am starting April 28th:

“Biblical Marksmanship: Practical Applications for Your Pursuit of Holiness”

Weekly topics include:

  • The Call to Holiness

  • Dressed for the Battle

  • Resist and Repulse

  • Fighting Sin to the Death

  • Confronting the Sins We Tolerate

Team-taught by Dan Brewer, Mike Strunk, and Jim Low. Meets in Ed Mod 2E.

“Glorifying God in Your Marriage”
This class addresses key topics related to biblical marriage. Includes discussion and application-focused assignments. Led by Robert & Katrina Costales. Meets in Ed Mod 2W.

Register online or call Patty Yost in the church office, 253-941-2711.


WHY JESUS?

Why Jesus instead of any other religion? Find out in a multi-week class exploring some of the most debated questions of Christianity. Whatever your belief (for/against/skeptical/curious/unsure/open) come, listen, discuss, and discover some compelling evidence with us. Starting April 28th at 8:30am in the Music Room. For more info, go online.


MEN’S DRIVEN
Tuesday, May 14, 6-8:30pm

Join us in the Ministry Center for dinner, worship, and teaching related to our “Brother’s Keeper” theme. Guest speaker: Gene Hunt. Topic: “Accountability: Buzzword or Lifeline?” Join us as we take a closer look at biblical accountability. For men of all ages, including teens 13 and up.

FUSION 2019 MISSION TRIP
July 26th - August 3rd

This year’s theme is “LOVE DOES,” and we will be going to Ione and Kettle Falls, WA, and Thompson Falls, MT. Cost is $150 (including $50 deposit) if deposit & application are turned in by April 16th, $180 if turned in by April 23rd. If interested, pick up an application at the Info Center or fill one out online. Open to students going into 9th Grade in the fall, and adults.