Newsletter Week of July 27

Pastor’s Piece

Don’t worry about anything.  Jesus got halfway done with His famous Sermon on the Mount and then He said these words, “Therefore, stop worrying about tomorrow, because tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.”  (Matthew 6:34)

I don’t know about you, but there are some days that this direct command of Christ seems hard to live out.  Perhaps our struggle with worrying is not the real problem.  What if worry is actually merely a symptom of the real problem?  Join us for worship this week as we dive into Jesus’ command to not worry about life.  I believe that you will find it both timely and helpful.

Blessings in the wilderness,
Pastor Andy Blacksher

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Faithbridge Church
901 Hwy 42
Osage Beach, MO 65065.


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Online worship details

If you plan to worship online with us this week you have 3 options.  Join us on Facebook Live at 9:30am on Sundays, or watch anytime on our website  faithbridgelakechurch.com, or join us at our new online campus at  https://forthelake.online.church/ on Mondays at 9:30am & 2pm, Wednesday at 7pm (eventually we will add Sunday times as well).

In-person worship details

If you’re ready, we’re ready!  In-person worship services have resumed.  Seating is limited, however, and you’ll need to make a reservation to ensure we will have a seat for you.  You can MAKE YOUR RESERVATION HERE:  https://faithbridgechurch.churchcenter.com/registrations

Keep in mind that this isn’t “church as usual.”  We have adapted and made provisions to provide a safe environment for worship.  It will look and feel very different than what you remember, but if you are ready to come back, we are ready for you! 

By our Prayers…

Please remember the following people and situations in your prayers this week:

Kathy Browns-  Rusty Fowler’s cousin who is fighting cancer
Perry Legg – Friend of Galen and Josie Barlow is battling the return of inoperable lung cancer. He is a retired law enforcement officer and veteran.
Christy McField – Debbie Geasley’s sister-in-law who has breast cancer
Levin McGee – Sharon and Norm’s grandson needs prayers for doctors to make a confident diagnosis of the problems in his shoulder.  
Mary Jo Ware – A friend of Elaine and Bill Griglione is in Louisiana battling Pancreatic cancer.

(To be included in this list, please reply to this email or contact the church office.)