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Second Baptist Church

“Foolish Thinking� February 9, 2014




Welcome Guests If you are a first-time guest, please complete a guest card from a pew pocket or Friendship Register and drop it in the offering plate so that we may acknowledge your visit and get acquainted with you. We are glad you have joined us for worship today. ________________________ Meditation No truth is more pervasive in Scripture and Christian tradition than this one—that real freedom is found in obedience and servanthood. And yet no truth is more incongruent with modern culture. Here we stand before a stark either-or: the gospel message of true freedom versus the culture’s ideal of self-creation, autonomy, and living “my way.” – Roger Olson

_________________________________ Note: + Indicates stand if you are able. | Please see an usher for a listening aid. Childcare available on Level 2. | Children’s worship bags available at the entrances. Give your tithe online now at Online givers may participate in the worship offering by using the card in the pew rack.

The Worship of God February 9, 2014

8:30 and 11:00 a.m.


Helen Brown

Trinity Chime Candlelighting

Lydia Cole


“Come, Thou Almighty King” Brass Ensemble

Charles Buffham

Invitation to Worship

Becky Gossett

Choral Call to Worship “A Festive Call to Praise” The Sanctuary Choir and Brass Ensemble

Joe Martin

+Hymn of Praise 606 LORD, I LIFT YOUR NAME “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High” The Gospel Lesson

Matthew 5:13–20

Judy Boring (8:30) Heather Lewis (11:00)

(Pew Bible, page 3, New Testament)

Leader: The Good News of Our Lord. People: Praise be to our Lord, Jesus Christ. Practicing the Presence of God +Hymn 682 “Christ Be My Leader” Prayers of the People The New Testament Lesson 1 Corinthians 2:1–16


Rolland Yoakum Judy Boring (8:30) Nathan Lewis (11:00)

(Pew Bible, page 127, New Testament)

Leader: This is the Word of the Lord. People: Thanks be to God!

“Foolish Thinking”


Jason Edwards

+Hymn of Response 656 “Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us with Your Love”


The worship of the living God invites our response. Those who wish to profess faith in Christ and/or to unite with the church are invited to come forward and share your decision with the pastor.

+Offertory Prayer Offertory

David Fuller (8:30) Jill McRorey (11:00) “Fairest Lord Jesus” Brass Ensemble

+Presentation of Offerings

Bob Burroughs



Praise to God the Father sing, praise to God the Son, our King, praise to God the Spirit be ever and eternally, ever and eternally. ©Words: Ambrose of Milan (340-397) Trans. William M. Reynolds

+A Time of Greeting

+Congregational Blessing

Jason Edwards

Jason Edwards

+The Sending Forth 606 LORD, I LIFT YOUR NAME “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High” Refrain You came from heaven to earth to show the way; from the earth to the cross, my debt to pay. From the cross to the grave, from the grave to the sky, Lord, I lift Your name on high. Words and Music © 1989 Marantha Praise, Inc. UBP


Jerry Westenkuehler “I Sing the Mighty Power of God”

 All Songs UBP CCLI #1091036

All Video UBP #502497070

Organ: Ann Posey Piano: Helen Brown (8:30); Julie Williams (11:00) Sanctuary Sound: Dave Heston, Gary Pennington Media: John Hilton, Tom Lankford Brass Ensemble Cynthia Hartwell, Cameron Hillman, Melissa Long and Dustin Williams – trumpets; Don Long, Robert Simcoe – trombones; Aaron Long, Jake Stouffer – percussion.

 OUR CARE MINISTRY CARDS There is a Care Ministry card located in the pew racks that describes our ministry and provides an option to request prayer or care on the opposite side. We would like to encourage you to use the card to express a need. Simply fill out the information and place it in the offering plate during worship, or give the card to one of the pastoral staff members.

PRAYER CONCERNS CHRISTIAN SYMPATHY Christian sympathy is extended to Jason and Jennifer Dilts and family in the death of Jason’s grandfather. KU MED CENTER Jeff Moore OTHER PRAYER CONCERNS Janice Overman, health (Austin, TX) Gary and Amy Deaton, Gwen Phillips’ brother-in-law and sister, Gary’s health (Mount Juliet Tennessee) Todd House, Gwen’s nephew, health (Houston, TX) (These are the latest additions to our Second Baptist Church prayer list. To see a full prayer list please go to


Judy Boring has been attending Second Baptist since she was Judy Coffman, age five. She loves the people, the fellowship, and the opportunities to learn, grow, and serve. She is married to Dean Boring. Lydia Cole is the granddaughter of Rick and Cathy Cole. She is a third grader at Northland Christian School. David Fuller joined after graduating from William Jewell College. He is a deacon serving on the Ordinance Team. David is an Oprations Research Analyst for the Department of the Army at Ft. Leavenworth. David and Angie are the parents two 8-year olds, Adam and Naomi, Becky Gossett has been a member of Second for more than 20 years. She is on the board of Second Friends Preschool, is Chairman of the Deacons, and a member of the Sanctuary Choir. She is an administrator for the Liberty Public Schools. Heather Lewis is an active MOPS mom and stays at home with Jack (5), and Henry (3). She plays clarinet in the church orchestra. Nathan Lewis has worked at Cerner for 11 years. Nathan, Heather, and their family began attending Second Baptist in 2012. Jill McRorey and Chris have been members at Second Baptist since 2005. They are the parents of three beautiful daughters: Lily (7), Morgan (5) and Colbie (4). Jill is an author and shares her personal story in the 2013 book entitled: The Dark of December. Rolland Yoakum has been at Second since 1997. He is a teacher for the Conversations Bible Study Class. He and Barb has two sons, Mitchell and Elliott. Rolland is a geologist.

Our Ministry Team Jason Edwards, Senior Pastor | Mike Lassiter, Associate Pastor Allan Aunspaugh, Minister of Music | Ann Posey, Organist Tyler Tankersley, Associate Pastor | Gwen Phillips, Children’s Pastor Linda Jones, Church Administrator

Getting Connected Each Sunday in the Welcome Center (just inside the Kansas Street entrance on Level 1), our Connections Team is waiting to help you get “connected.” This may include finding a Bible study class, showing you where children and student ministries meet, or sharing the days’ activities and schedule. You may also choose simply to enjoy a cup of coffee at the Welcome Center’s coffee bar and get to know others at Second.

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