The Navigator: 10.24.19

THIS SUNDAY, 10/27

Preacher:  Jason

Primary Text:  1 Thessalonians 5:1-11

 

BHBC FALL FESTIVAL – NEXT WED. EVENING, 10/30!

Wed. evening, 10/30, 6-8pm.  If you can help, or would like to, please contact Dana Kluzek.

 

Tell Me  Which Date is Better for You!

April 26th or May 3rd?  (Both are Sunday evenings)

Simply shoot me an email with your preference and I will set the date based on the date most can attend.  If either date is good a reply is not necessary.

Because I so very much want to show my love and appreciation to you, we will not cancel in the Spring.   So, once the date is set it will be a “done deal.”

I will let you know the results next week!

 

2020 is almost here.  And Wednesday nights will look the same, but different.

Jason has had another “vision” (which always scares me) :).   Winter/Spring 2020, we are going to implement an emphasis on engaging better intergenerationally.

First of all, there is no big change on beginning and ending dates of the semester:  Wednesday evening events kick off on January 8th and conclude on April 29th.

What’s different is the number of combined worship services that will be scheduled within the semester.

For example, regular small group studies will take place each week except, on the last Wed. night of each month,  we will all combine (youth through adults) for a special worship service centered around a guest speaker from a local missions organization.

Lastly, during the entire month of February, we will combine in the worship center to hear a guest preacher.

 

BHBC OFFICE & WORSHIP HOLIDAY SCHEDULE:

11/27-28 – Offices closed for Thanksgiving

12/22 – One Summit Group hour at 9:15; combined worship service at 10:45

12/24 – Christmas Eve Service

12/24-25 – Offices closed for Christmas

12/23-31 – Offices open 8:30-noon (closed 12/24-25)

12/29 – One Summit Group hour at 9:15; combined worship service at 10:45

1/1 – Offices closed for New Years Day

 

QUOTE of the WEEK

“Jesus asks nothing of us without giving us the strength to perform it.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Cost of Discipleship

And a bonus.  When I read this I thought, “Whoa – that’s heavy”…

 

LAUGHTER IS GOOD MEDICINE

Halloween Humor

Q: Why do witches have to wear name-tags?

A: So they can tell which witch is which.

Q: What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?

A: Frostbite

And – never drink and fly…

 

GRACE NOTES:  Paranormal Activity

Every time this year – due to the Halloween season – I post this blog that addresses the question, “What does the Bible say about ghosts?”  Read the blog here.

 

Soli Deo Gloria, Nick