Christian Fellowship Church
MARCH 22, 2009
Weekly Bulletin & News TODAY Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. Age 5 through 3rd Grade Class: “Noah” (basement nursery room) Teacher: Sue Walther 4th through 6th Grade Class : “Garden of Eden” (basement north classroom) Teacher: Connie Mosher Junior High Class (basement library) Studying: “Jesus & Me” Course Teacher: Dori Bakke Adult Class (sanctuary) Subject: “Book of Daniel” Teacher: Tom Cummings
Morning Worship, 10:15 Nursery
Newborn-1 year (upstairs) 1-4 years (downstairs)
TODAY’S & OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE FREE ON CD & DVD AT THE MEDIA BOOTH, & WEBCAST ON CFCDL.ORG
Children’s Church: K-6th (Youth Room)
Honor’s Reward “Honoring Church Leaders” Speaker: Bob Jessee
MEMORY VERSE “Remember your leaders, who spoke the word of God to you. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith.” —Hebrews 13:7, NIV
THIS WEEK MONDAY Elder’s Meeting, 5:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY Home Group at Mohr’s 6:00 P.M.
NOOMA study: “Sunday” SEE INSIDE
Intercessory Prayer Group, 7:00 P.M. This week: Ephesians 3:1-6.
THURSDAY Worship Band Practice, 7:00-8:00 Seed Time & Harvest is C.F.’s ten-minute radio program on AM 1340 KDLM, broadcast Sunday mornings at 6:50 and 10:00. Featuring Dave Seaberg.
Honoring Church Leaders Session Seven, John Bevere asks some Intough questions revealing our heart’s condition toward church leaders. He also explains the difference between judging fruit and judging motives.
“In honoring a church leader, we in turn honor Jesus,” says Bevere. “That is clearly what Matthew 10 says: ‘He who receives a prophet in the name of a prophet…’—we could say, ‘he who receives an apostle, or he who receives a pastor; he who receives a teacher; he who receives an evangelist in the name of an evangelist, shall receive an evangelist’s reward.’” “So in honoring a church leader, we in turn honor Jesus. And in honoring Jesus, we honor God the Father. God then says, ‘Those who honor me, I will honor and those who despise me shall be lightly esteemed.’ That is I Samuel 2:30. That is the honor principle that we have based this whole curriculum off of. Our attitude toward God is reflected by our behavior toward church leaders. You cannot say you fear God if you do not have respect for church authority.
Free Movie Night Saturday, March 28th 921 8th Street SE, Detroit Lakes 218-847-1982
(Note: “A Splash of Spring” is postponed to a later date.) —NOW SHOWING—
Free dinner served every Thursday-Saturday, 5:30-7:00 P.M. Good News Club for Kids ages 5 years to 6th grade Tuesdays, 3:45-5:45 Studio 3:16 Live Bands for the Young & Young-at-Heart Fridays, 7:00 P.M. Guest Speaker or Music/Open Forum Saturdays, 7:00 P.M.
Hamburger & Fries baskets will be available for purchase for $4.00 from 6:00 to 7:00, and the movie will start at around 7:15. Coffee Bar will be open. Free popcorn.
Mohrs Start Home Group
ast week, a group of nine adults met for the first time at the home of Matt & Christin Mohr in Frazee to view and discuss Lump, a video by Rob Bell. “We wanted to get something going for the younger generations in the church,” explains Matt. “Get people stirred up and moving in the 20 and 30 range—where there’s not much going on and we’re not doing much either… If we’re sitting idle; then our kids will sit idle, too.” Matt added that people outside that age range are welcome to come, too. Each Wednesday night at 6:00, the group will watch a 12-minute video from Bell’s NOOMA series, and then discuss it. This week’s video is Sunday: Why do we do the things we do? Why do we go to church or give money away? Because we’re supposed to or because we think God needs it? Do we honestly put on our best clothes for an hour once a week, stand and sit at all the right times, and sing all the appropriate songs for God’s sake, or because it’ll make us look better to the world around us? We’re tired of all the empty rituals and routines. And so is God. God hates it when we call ourselves Christians but ignore all the things he really cares about. He hates it when we go through hollow religious routines out of some feeling of duty or obligation. God doesn’t want the meaningless rituals. God wants our hearts.
This week, we’re praying for the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Vergas, with Pastor Robert Hinckley.
Home Study Group Wednesday Nights - 6:00 Matt & Christin Mohr’s 15019 320th Ave. Frazee, MN Call 334-5305 for more info or directions.
“Join the Tribe” Tour
Featuring Newsboys, DecembeRadio, Bread of Stone, and VOTA.
Tuesday, April 14, 7:00 P.M. Bemidji State University John S. Glas Fieldhouse
Ride in the C.F. Van!
Cost: $15 for ticket plus $3 gas. Must have money in by March 29th. Contact Ben Walther for details, 849-2977.
COMING UP NEXT SUNDAY Honor’s Reward “Double Honor” with Speakers:
and Thomas Seelye
Durell & Thelma Derstine (March 23rd) Tracy Erb (23rd) Nadine Walker (24th)
SUN., APRIL 5TH
Scott Ailie (26th)
Palm Sunday Speaker: Pastor Jim Erb
Jessica Erb (28th)
Potblessing Fellowship Lunch Each Family Please Bring: •A Dessert - if your last name starts with A-D •A Salad - if your last name starts E-J •A Hotdish - if your last name starts with K-Z Servers (If you can’t serve, please find your replacement.): Lonnie & Linda Perrine, Jon & Heather Seaberg family, Jim & Cindy Lou Eberhardt, Jim & Linda Gerving, Amos Mosher, Tom & Gina Bergh family
SUN., APRIL 12TH No Sunday School
Sunrise Breakfast, 8:00-9:00 A.M. Easter Worship, 9:00 A.M. Speaker: Pastor Tim Rice No Nursery or Children’s Church
SUN., APRIL 19TH
Honor’s Reward “Honoring Our Peers” Speaker: Allan Schoenberger
Christian Fellowship Church 28048 Meadow Drive Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 http://www.cfcdl.org
Church Office Hours Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Church Secretary: Cory Oswald email@example.com 218-847-3482