Announcements, March 31, 2017
In our text this week, Romans 3:9–20, Paul wraps up his case against all humanity before a holy God. It’s a stunning indictment in which he concludes that all the world stands before God with their mouths shut and no excuses to make. Admittedly, the language of this passage may sound harsh to our ears, but that’s likely because we’ve been weaned more on self-esteem than biblical truth.
As I hope we’ll see, we can’t truly understand the good news until we understand the very bad news of our natural state before God and our utter dependence on His grace in Christ. Take some time to read through the passage a few times and prepare your heart for the Lord’s Supper, which we’ll receive together as a church family.
Looking forward to seeing you!
MWF: James (Wed., 5:45–7:30 p.m., March 1–April 12) || Join us for dinner and fellowship as we study James! Dinner starts at 5:45 p.m., followed by teaching at 6:30 p.m. Infants and toddlers have childcare, and kids three and up are learning about Exodus! Click here to sign up.
Men’s Study: John Newton on the Christian Life (Tues., 7–8 a.m., starting April 4) || This book brings together Newton’s vision for the Christian life as found in his numerous letters to friends and church-members. Robert Ward will lead the study through one chapter a week (14 chapters). If you’d like to come, e-mail Robert and purchase a book ($15) from the Resource Room.
Men’s Lunch Moved to April 11 (noon) || Join us next Tuesday for food, fellowship, and Bible study. RSVP for lunch ($5 Chick-fil-A) by e-mailing Springer Cain.
Good Friday Service (April 14, 6:30 p.m.) || Join us in remembering the crucifixion through song, Scripture, and prayer. There won’t be any childcare, but kids are welcome to worship with their families.
VBS (June 26–30) || Mark your calendars for Vacation Bible School! If you’re a member and interested in serving, please contact Molly Copley.
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