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11/21/10

our local Christian community Sunday, November 21st, 2010

TODAY AT BEAR CREEK 9:30 am - Pre-Service Prayer in Prayer Room 10:00 am - Worship - Joyce Hedlin Message - Conrad Neudorf

Christmas

craft fair

at Elim Village

Coming up on November 26th (6-9pm) & November 27th, (10-3) there will be the 2nd Annual Christmas Craft Fair at Elim Village (9008—160St) for more information on registering for a table, please contact Kathy Reimer at 604.582.5579

OUR MINISTRIES Nursery: Debbie & Carissa King Next Week: Irene Brown & Adrian Chiu Refreshments Today: Jan Frew & Crystal King Next Week: Maurice & Kay Erickson Greeter Today: Joyce Esmeijer Next Week: Fred & Marilyn Ellis Ushers Today: Duncan Ensing & Matt Gulenchyn Next Week: Ray King & Byron Calpin Prayer Room Today: Maurice Erickson Next Week: Angela Lippelt

NEXT SUNDAY TH NOVEMBER 28TH 2010

9:30 am – Pre-Service Prayer in Prayer Room 10:00 am – Worship: Conrad Neudorf Message: Conrad Neudorf

Developing a

Rule oflife

A Support Group led by BCCC members!

“At BCCC we have passion for God and compassion for others” CONRAD NEUDORF TRANSITIONAL LEAD PASTOR RES: 604.576.0363 — EMAIL: cdneudorf@shaw.ca

For info: Irene Brown 604-951-7621

Declutter Support Group “Our mission is to ‘add space and transform lives.”

Learn how to take control and organize your life through mastery of your environment and personal image.

DOUG FREW YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT PASTOR CELL: 604-825-1496 — EMAIL: dougfrew@hotmail.com Youth Website: http://bearcreekyouth.com BINDER MAHIL PUNJABI CHRISTIAN CENTRE PASTOR RES: 604-435-1467 OFFICE: 604-590-5957 FAX: 604-590-1361 CHURCH WEBSITE: www.bearcreekchurch.ca OFFICE EMAIL: office@bearcreekchurch.ca


“Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” Matthew 18:19-20

Conrad’s Hours: Tuesday 9-12 Wednesday 9-12 Friday 9-12

MON @ 4:00–7:00 pm ->YFC Taekwondo

TUES @ 6:30pm—8:30pm -> Lighthouse Youth

WED @ 6:30-8:30pm -> Christian Service Brigade -> Pathway for Girls

Prayer Concert...

THU @ 4:00–7:00 pm

There will be another prayer concert coming up on Sunday evening, November 28th, 2010.

-> YFC Taekwondo @ 6:30-9:30pm -> Care Group Meeting

Decoration Party... Coming up on Thursday, November 25th, there will be a Christmas decoration party. All are welcome as this task will require many volunteers to complete! For more information, please speak with Evelyn Hobel.

Christmas Banquet... Is coming up on December 4th from 4:30-8:00 with dinner beginning at 5pm. It will be a potluck dinner with ham as the main course. We are currently requesting donations of ham and other foods. The cost will be $5 per person and $20 per family. Feel free to invite your friends and neighbours to this event as they will eat for FREE!

Clothing Exchange... Coming up on Wednesday, November 24th, 2010 at 2:15-4:00pm, there will be a clothing giveaway at Bear Creek School in the gymnasium (free refreshments will be provided). Donations of gently used clothing is welcome, but not required. For more information, please speak with Joyce Esmeijer or the church office.

FRI @ 5:00-6:30 -> Soaking in the Tabernacle

Bear Creek Community Church is looking for a volunteer to take the “Plan to Protect” course. Learn how to administer and implement a strong child abuse prevention program and become a “Plan to Protect” recognized trainer! If you are available on November 24th and November 25th from 9:00am— 4:00pm and are interested in taking part in this, please contact Doug Frew at 604.825.1496. The event will be held at Glad Tidings Church (3456 Fraser Street, Vancouver BC). For further information, please contact info@winningkidsinc.ca There is a cost for the course of $300.00, however arrangements will be made for it to be covered.

before your event may be scheduled at the church. For any questions or further information, please contact the office at 604.590.5957 or office@bearcreekchurch.ca

lighthouseyouth

& and YAYA bearcreekyouth.com

WHERE’S WALDO… LIGHTHOUSE

YOUTH STYLE!

Operation Christmas Child Wrap-up... Thank you to everyone who contributed a box towards Operation Christmas Child. Your efforts are greatly appreciated! Offering YTD 111,809.76

Due to recent conflictions with the church schedule,

it is now required to contact the office and fill out a “Booking/Rental Form”

Budget YTD 99,465.38

Meet at the ch urc

h on November 26th at 6:00pm

We will be go ing to Guilford Mall for a people scavenger hu nt.

Bring money fo

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mall.


Sermon Notes... Sunday. November 21st, 2010

Title: A Spiritually Season ed life

Speaker: Conrad Neudorf

Sermon Notes...

Sermon Notes...

Sunday. November 21st, 2010

Sunday. November21st, 2010

Title: A Spiritually

Title: A Spiritually

Season ed life

Speaker: Conrad Neudorf

Season ed life

Speaker: Conrad Neudorf


Christmas Decoration PARTY!

Christmas

Christmas

PARTY!

PARTY!

You are invited to this year’s annual Christmas Decoration Party!

You are invited to this year’s annual Christmas Decoration Party!

You are invited to this year’s annual Christmas Decoration Party!

All are welcome to join us as we get ready to Christmasize Bear Creek Community Church!

All are welcome to join us as we get ready to Christmasize Bear Creek Community Church!

All are welcome to join us as we get ready to Christmasize Bear Creek Community Church!

“It Takes Many Hands to Make the Lights Work!”

“It Takes Many Hands to Make the Lights Work!”

“It Takes Many Hands to Make the Lights Work!”

Join the fun on

Join the fun on

Join the fun on

Decoration

Decoration

Thursday, November 25th

Thursday, November 25th

Thursday, November 25th

For more information, please contact Evelyn Hobel or the church office.

For more information, please contact Evelyn Hobel or the church office.

For more information, please contact Evelyn Hobel or the church office.


featuring...

featuring...

Hot breakfast, Singing of Christmas Carols, and special guest

Hot breakfast, Singing of Christmas Carols, and special guest

Christi Dunkley

Christi Dunkley

will be sharing her life story

will be sharing her life story

We will also be collecting cash and food items to include in a hamper for a refugee family.

We will also be collecting cash and food items to include in a hamper for a refugee family.

Additional Information...

Additional Information...

For more information, please speak with Marilyn Meier

For more information, please speak with Marilyn Meier


BEAR CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH’s

BEAR CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH’s

DON’T MISS THE FUN AS BCCC CELEBRATES THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON!

DON’T MISS THE FUN AS BCCC CELEBRATES THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON!

The Evening will Feature: dinner, entertainment, games and prizes for kids, as well as an EMCC Wonderful Life Special Event for Seniors!

The Evening will Feature: dinner, entertainment, games and prizes for kids, as well as an EMCC Wonderful Life Special Event for Seniors!

PLUS - all proceeds go to World Vision!

PLUS - all proceeds go to World Vision!


Study Guide:

Study Guide:

Two Myths:

Two Myths:

1. When I accept Christ and he comes to live inside me, growing into an emotionally mature adult is a natural process. 2. All Christians have the immediate ability to love those around them is qualitatively different than those outside the church.

1. When I accept Christ and he comes to live inside me, growing into an emotionally mature adult is a natural process. 2. All Christians have the immediate ability to love those around them is qualitatively different than those outside the church.

Infant:  feels a need, but can only cry  must wait for parents to figure it out  becomes angry if parent is inattentive Child:  can communicate but still dependant on others  acts out feelings of pain, fear, and resentment  lacks skill to openly discuss and negotiate getting needs met Adolescent:  rebels against parental authority  Defines self in reaction to others, fears being treated as “child”  “don’t tell me what to do”

Infant:  feels a need, but can only cry  must wait for parents to figure it out  becomes angry if parent is inattentive Child:  can communicate but still dependant on others  acts out feelings of pain, fear, and resentment  lacks skill to openly discuss and negotiate getting needs met Adolescent:  rebels against parental authority  Defines self in reaction to others, fears being treated as “child”  “don’t tell me what to do”

Adult as Emotional Infant:  treats others as “objects to meet my needs”  acts like a tyrant and wins through intimidation  unable to empathize with others Adult as Emotional Child:  acts out resentment through distance; pouting, whining, clinging, lying  does not openly and honestly express needs Adult as Emotional Adolescent:  cannot give without feeling controlled or resentful  capacity for mutual concern is missing  defensive, threatened by criticism

Adult as Emotional Infant:  treats others as “objects to meet my needs”  acts like a tyrant and wins through intimidation  unable to empathize with others Adult as Emotional Child:  acts out resentment through distance; pouting, whining, clinging, lying  does not openly and honestly express needs Adult as Emotional Adolescent:  cannot give without feeling controlled or resentful  capacity for mutual concern is missing  defensive, threatened by criticism


Study Guide:

Study Guide:

Adult: 1. Able to ask for what they need, want, prefer– clearly, directly, honestly, and respectfully 2. Desire for relationships to win 3. Able to listen with empathy 4. Willing to risk saying what is needed without attacking 5. Respects others without having to change them 6. Able to resolve conflicts maturely and negotiate solutions. 7. Gives themselves and others room to make mistakes not be perfect.

Adult: 1. Able to ask for what they need, want, prefer– clearly, directly, honestly, and respectfully 2. Desire for relationships to win 3. Able to listen with empathy 4. Willing to risk saying what is needed without attacking 5. Respects others without having to change them 6. Able to resolve conflicts maturely and negotiate solutions. 7. Gives themselves and others room to make mistakes not be perfect.

Two Applications:

Two Applications:

1. Become aware of your family of origin’s capability for emotional connection.

1. Become aware of your family of origin’s capability for emotional connection.

Can you recall being comforted a a child after a time of emotional distress? (Think of a time when one of your parents/caregivers comforted you when you were really upset, scared, or sad for some reason). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Did you learn to trust? Did you learn to respect others? Did you learn to wait and to take turns? Did your parents/caregivers understand your behaviour? Were your feelings allowed? Were you allowed to be the child? Did you learn independence and dependence?

2. Take practical steps of discipleship to grow into an emotionally mature adult.

Can you recall being comforted a a child after a time of emotional distress? (Think of a time when one of your parents/caregivers comforted you when you were really upset, scared, or sad for some reason). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Did you learn to trust? Did you learn to respect others? Did you learn to wait and to take turns? Did your parents/caregivers understand your behaviour? Were your feelings allowed? Were you allowed to be the child? Did you learn independence and dependence?

2. Take practical steps of discipleship to grow into an emotionally mature adult.


A Spiritually Seasoned Life