“The Big Picture” “Who Is Like the Lord?” Micah 4:1-5
E. ____________________ The ability to _______________ God’s _________________ to others in a way that others ________________________
D. ____________________ The ability to _____________, ______________ and ________________ others with __________________
C. ____________________ The ability to share the __________ with the ___________ so that people come to ________________ in Christ
B. ____________________ The ability to ______________ and ___________________ an immediate ________________ from God to a specific ________________
Foundational ____________________ A. ____________________ The ability to ______________ a new _________________ and the spiritual __________________ that is necessary
Conclusion Antonio’s Gift
2. ____________________ the body
II. Principle of ____________________ A. The leaders’____________________ Equip the saints B. The saints’ ____________________ 1. Work of the ____________________
Contemporary Controversies “The Gifts of the Spirit III” I Corinthians 12:11, 28; Ephesians 4:11-12 Introduction A. Conference in Hell B. Solution C. Context
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Worship June 19 Micah
Center; Mom to Mom, Craft Room; Cypress Singles Prayer Time, 244D
June 26 Nahum
July 3 Habakkuk
Mid-Summer Radical Prayer and Praise Service, Worship
The Big Picture Minor Prophets
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6:15 PM Summer Mission Adventures 1-4 graders; LIT Mission Trip Training; 110C
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6:00 PM Childcare/Mission Friends, Preschool Park
Conclusion The Greatest Distinction
C. Unending ____________________
B. Unparalleled ____________________
A. Unlikely ____________________
III. The ____________________ of the King
B. A new ____________________
A. A new ____________________
II. The ____________________ of the Kingdom
B. ____________________ of the leaders
A. ____________________ of the people
The ____________________ with God’s people
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Introduction A. Scipio’s Tears B. “The American Century” C. Context
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Lifeline Weekly June 19, 2011
Al Meredith, Pastor
MISSION: To know Christ and make Him known...His way!
3:45 PM Acting Up (Adult Drama),137D
4:00 PM YCAM, Youth Room
6:00 PM Worship Service
All Church Fellowship July 3, 1:00-8:30 pm Hawaiian Falls - Mansfield Purchase Tickets in the Resource Center Ven M i s s ie z u e l a on Tr ip
Attention LITs and parents
Radical Prayer & Praise Service
Chick Flick Movie Night
All Church Fellowship
Hawaiian Falls-Mansfield, July 3, 1:00-8:30 pm. Tickets are $9.00 June 25 per person (children 2 and under GIFT Night free). Coolers can be brought in for $5. Purchase tickets in the July 3 Fellowship at Hawaiian Falls Resource Center Sundays through July 3. Tickets will not be sold to July 4 - Independence Day you at Hawaiian Falls.
Sunday, June 26, at 4:45 pm is the LIT Mission Trip meeting in 110C. Please have all forms filled out and ready to turn in by this date.
4:00 pm - Deacons’ Meeting
Chick Flick Movie Night
The Lost & Found area in the Resource Center is overflowing. If you have lost something, come by and see if it is there. It will be cleaned out in a few weeks and items left will be donated to the Lord’s Storehouse.
Youth End of Summer All Nighter
6:00 am - Prayerwatch, Worship Center
Mondays 6:30 pm - Dodgeball, Gym 7:00 pm - Praying for Prodigals, Prayer Room
The Romania Mission Team is collecting items for their trip: toiletries, stickers, scrapbook paper, sequins/mosaic pieces/ plastic jewels, beads (all types), elastic/string for bracelets, new/ gently used sports balls and card games. Drop items off by the Coffee Bar in the Resource Center this Sunday through June 26.
6:00 am - Men’s Prayer Breakfast, Rise and Shine
Thursdays 6:00 am - Prayerwatch, Pastor’s Study
Discovery School Preschool
is enrolling for the 2011-12 school year. Discovery School is for children ages 1–5. For more information, please contact julie@ wedgwoodbc.org, or 817-292-1400, ext. 1430.
Ladies! Mark your calendars now to attend our
Friday nights, 7:00-10:00 pm Room 130B.
Mid-summer Radical Prayer and Praise Service for all youth and adults, Wednesday, June 22, 6:30 pm in the Worship Center.
The Good Samaritan reached out to his neighbor with action. Jesus said, "Let your light so shine before men that they see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven." Do you have 2-4 hours a month to invest and a deep desire to reach our neighbors around the Wedgwood area with your action? If so, regardless of your gifts, occupation or age; we want to meet with you Wednesday, August 3, 6:30 pm, OR Sunday, August 7, 5:00 pm, in the Conference Room. Contact Rusty Hudson at email@example.com with your questions or for more information.
Week of June 12, 2011
Summer Chick Flicks!
Volunteers Needed · Opportunities to Serve
Becoming a Christian… A - Admit that you are a sinner and need a Savior! Romans 3:23 B - Believe in Jesus Christ God’s only Son! Romans 10:9 C - Commit to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior! Romans 10:13 Becoming a Wedgwood Member… Come forward at the invitation and express your desire for membership.
Church Council Christian Community Assistance is in need of men’s XXXL clothing, underwear and T-shirts for men - all sizes. Bring to the bin in the North Foyer.
From Pastor to People
June 24 - A Walk to Remember July 22 - You Again August 19 - West Side Story
For more information on events & sermon series...please visit wedgwoodbc.org
Designated Touching Eternity.................2,155.00 Principal Reduction................338.00
Love Offering for Jesus Received..............................4,379.41 Total to date......................110,586.40
Attendance Bible Fellowship.............................927 Off Campus....................................156 Morning Worship.............................975 Evening Worship.............................229
Wednesday Meal -June 22 Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Baked Beans, Full Salad Bar & Dessert For reservations, call ext. 1000 before noon on Tuesday.
For Help & Answers Church Office 817-292-1400 Senior Pastor - Dr. Al Meredith Assistant - Debbie Gillette Administration - Mike Holton Facilities - Jose Estimon Office Manager - Myrlene Shirley Financial Assist. - Kay Ardis Financial Assist. - Johnna Reed Worship - Phil Beck Media - Jeremy Hudson Assistant - Melissa Davis Ministry Leadership - Aaron Lynn Adult Ministry - Jeff Laster Assistant - Ann Henson Students/Recreation - Jay Fannin Assistant - Kay Baker Coordinators - Andy Hammond Paul Fisher Gayla Martin College - Ethan Jones Recreation Coord. - Jase Bradford Children - Clint May Assistant - Stephanie Goodman Children’s Coord. - Tricia Jernigan Preschool - Julie Ross Childcare Coord. - Nancy Zirbas Counseling - Dr. Kevin Galey
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Father’s Day - before cells phones, Father’s Day was the biggest day for long distance phone calls - even more than Mother’s Day. Only problem: the vast majority of the calls were ”Collect”! Here’s a question for you: What do the following animals all have in common? 1. Marmosets - a squirrel-sized monkey 2. Siamangs - member of the ape family 3. Sea Horses - aquatic creatures 4. Jocanas - robin-sized birds who live on lily ponds. The answer: Each of these creature choose the MALE to take care of their young. For all other species, it is the female who is called to do so. And what about the human species? The instruction for child-raising in Deuteronomy 6 is given to fathers. In Ephesians 6:4 it is the fathers who are told to raise their children “in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.” Many fathers are willing to give their children anything and everything except themselves. Most of you have heard of Michael Jordan of the NBA. After winning their third championship in a row with the Chicago Bulls, he took the game ball, ran into the locker room, waved off reporters and even teammates and wept and sobbed, “this is for you, Dad, this is for you.” His father had been killed months earlier. Jordan was going on sheer emotion. He later explained, “You see, my dad was the most important person in my life.” In His love,