|Pastor’s Piece |
This week we’re beginning a new sermon series called, “The God Story.” Because of what I read in the Bible, I believe that I am indeed a part of a greater story. It’s a story with good guys and bad guys, adventure and romance, intrigue and suspense. I am a part of the God Story and you are too.
It can be easy to look at the Bible as a haphazard collection of sixty-six books from different eras, different regimes, and different authors, written with different intents. It can be equally easy to see our fragmented lives as a haphazard collection of events with little to nothing holding it all together. Neither one of these vantage points is accurate.
I believe our lives change when we see the threads that run through the great story of God’s people found in the Bible, and when we see our lives as a continuation of that story. If there is something in you that says where you are right now is not how the story is supposed to end, then you need to hear the God Story.
This week we’ll be looking at the introduction to God’s story, which reads, “In the beginning God.” Join us this Sunday at 9:30 AM, and invite a friend!
Ways to Get Connected
Hope House Volunteers The next Hope House volunteer days are March 27th (Wed.), 29th (Fri.) and 30th (Sat.) from 9:00-2:00.
Ladies Bible Study
If you have considered joining the Ladies Bible Study group on Tuesday mornings, now is a great time. They are beginning a new study by Karen Ehman, entitled, “What Matters Most”. They meet Tuesdays each week at Faithbridge starting at 9:30. For more information, please contact Beth Halsell at email@example.com.
Faithbridge “Spring Clean” Day
We are having a cleaning, organizing, painting work-day on Saturday, March 23rd. If you are available to help out, please sign up this Sunday in the church lobby. For moring information contact the church office.
Hospitality Team Meeting
If you are interested in learning about becoming a part of the Hospitality
Coming This Summer- Ignite Mobile Camp
There is still time to register for the IGNITE MOBILE CAMP. Hosted right here at Faithbridge Church, campers age 6-12 should get ready for action-packed Ignite Mobile Camp that brings the fun of Church Camp to our front doors. Kids will have a blast with a wide range of activities like bouncing in the inflatables, playing Gaga ball, and singing and dancing to silly songs!
The cost is $50/camper and our goal as a church is to get 100 kids signed up, so spread the word to everyone you know- parents, kids, and grandparents!
Lake of the Ozarks Stop Human Trafficking Coalition
Awareness is the key to fighting human trafficking AT THE LAKE!
For more information on how to get involved, visit their website at:
or attend their monthly meetings. The next two meetings are March 28th at St. George Episcopal Church, Camdenton and April 25th at Osage Beach City Hall.
Sunday Service Time
Remember to join us at our new service time – 9:30 AM.