Welcome to this week’s Sunday Review. In this episode, I will say “thanks” to some important people who are a big part of every Sunday. I will talk about this past Sunday’s message and encourage you to let God’s blessing bless the lives of others. I will also let you know about a few Christmas events you will want to make sure to plan on being part of.
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Review. In this Sunday Review, I will talk about our current teaching series. This past Sunday we talked about the principle of the Protestant Reformation: Grace Alone. I will also say, “thanks,” to some folks who have been instrumental in some important activities. I will tell you about some events for your family as we get ready to start the Christmas season.
I wanted to take a few minutes to wrap up the week with a short video for a Friday wrap-up. As I wrap things up, I would like to ask you to pray for a few important things in the life of our church and our nation. I’ll talk a little bit about why prayer is important. We don’t want to forget our brothers and sisters in Sutherland Springs this weekend.
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Review. (Sorry, it’s pretty late in the week. I’m still getting used to this video production schedule.) In this Sunday Review, we will talk about the new teaching series we began this past Sunday. We began talking through the Five Solas of the Reformation. We took a look at why the Bible is our ultimate authority for life now and eternally. I’ll tell you about the missions meeting this past Sunday afternoon. I will also let you know about some upcoming events to look forward to.
Pray with us for Sutherland Springs, Texas. This past Sunday, November 5, 2017, a shooter killed 26 people at First Baptist Church Sutherland Springs, Texas. Let’s pray this week:
That our Heavenly Father would…
give the families peace and hope who have lost loved ones
care for and heal those who have been injured
bring healing to the church
bring people to faith in Christ as they see the hope and peace of believers who have lost so much
We serve a God who sometimes allows people to lose their lives in his service, but he never wastes those lives.