We will be starting the Tangible Kingdom Primer starting on June 3rd! The Tangible Kingdom Primer, an eight-week guide to Incarnational community. The Primer is about building life-long habits, with two primary purposes: first as a formation tool to prepare your heart for mission, and second as a field guide for starting mission together.
May 19th, 2013
Community Garden – If you are interested in getting in on a community garden at the Joseph’s home, please let Andrew or Nicole know. This is a great way to build our family.
What are the reasons we do not acknowledge the power of the Holy Spirit in this world? What are the reasons that we may experience this power only in the safety of our little churches or even homes? We would like to encourage everyone this week that God will call on you in many ways and any time to share in the greatness He has offered. This week we celebrate the birth of the Church by acknowledging the celebration of Pentecost. This was the day that the Holy Spirit came upon the people of God to empower them forever in the name of Jesus. Our world today looks vastly different as compared to those days, but we believe that we can regain the glory of God by experiencing firsthand what God is doing and allowing Him to work through us. This town and our world needs a Savior and as the body of Christ we are to exemplify Christ in all things we do. We are praying that people will be baptized into the Spirit of God today and that their lives will never be the same again.
Today’s Scripture John 7:37-39
Acts 2:1-13 Luke 11:9-13
Prayers We are praying for each other this week to receive the message from God that will change the world. You can text your anonymous prayers to us at 920-389-1463
Mission’s Sunday – May 26th As you may have read, Kim Cecil is coming into Oshkosh to speak to us about the Cecil family endeavors into Russia. Well we are going to use this opportunity to share another mission opportunity that we have in our midst.
email@example.com Matt Kolb, a friend of the ministry, will be sharing that week as well. First, with his wonderful gift of worship and then he will share about God is doing through him in Uganda. It is going to be a great day!
Acts 1:3-9 John 20:21-23
The Heartland District NextGen summer camps are out and going to be awesome. The camps are for middle and high school age students. Please ask for more information and get ready to DIG DEEP!
Please welcome our newest member of the CLIC staff. Sue Bauer will be our new Community Resource Coordinator. Sue will work with local groups to find the best possible resources for people in our city. We are excited to see Sue work in and around our town for Christ.
Sunday Gathering Times 9:30 AM in the World (check Facebook for location) 6PM @ The Mustard Seed Center for Living In Christ or CLIC is a body of believers participating on mission with God. Our mission includes:
To live our lives as "called" and "sent" ones who express (through actions and words) the good news of God among the people and city of Oshkosh. To care for the people of Oshkosh by providing Christ centered infusion into the culture. To gather weekly to share the victories and struggles of the week with each other and to praise the Lord through worship and word for those. Ongoing CLIC activity Women’s Group – 2nd and 4th Thursday at Marion Manor
Men’s Coffee – Every Thursday 8AM – Check with Andrew or Luke for location this week. Men’s Group – First Thursday of the month 7:30 @ Andrew’s NextGen Ministries – Wednesday Nights, dinner at 5:45 @ Oshkosh Foursquare Church
CLIC Contact Information www.hisclic.org firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE 920-389-1GOD (1463)