Last Sunday, we launched into a study in the New Testament book called Ephesians. More than any other New Testament book, Paul's letter to the church in Ephesus was written as sort of a "training manual" for the Christian life. In Ephesians, Paul tells us what a follower of Jesus Christ believes (chapter 1-3) and how a follower of Jesus Christ behaves (chapters 4-6). In other words, the Apostle Paul lays out for us God's truth to learn and show us how to live truly for God.
Join us this Sunday at 9:30am, as we look at one of the most heavy-duty theological sections of the entire Bible and one of the most happy parts of all the Bible. It is heavy duty because in just one Greek sentence (12 verses), Paul spotlights God's amazing grace by showing us the unique roles that God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit each play in bringing salvation to you and to me. Come and see how Paul passionately and joyfully gives our Triune God all the glory for providing salvation to us. Join us this Sunday as we dive into God's Word. Pray that the Lord will stretch your mind with the truth of His grace and grow your heart to give Him all glory and praise!
Note: This is Josh Pounders last Sunday leading us in praising God through music. Josh has a played huge role in helping us replant as Calvary Parkside. Take time on Sunday to thank him for giving of his time in helping us grow in our love for God. Thank you Josh!!
Sunday Morning Adult Discipleship. Join us at 11:00am, as we look at the Stories Jesus Told in the New Testament. Jesus spoke in parables so that we can gain a better understanding of who God is, who were are, and his desire for our lives. Our Sunday morning discipleship class is also a great way to connect with one another authentically. Consider joining us and together, let's grow to know God more deeply.
Gary Sullivan Memorial: As most of you know, Gary Sullivan, who faithfully served on our church staff for 10+ years, went home to be with Jesus this past July. On behalf of his family, I want to invite you to attend a memorial service for Gary Sullivan. This special time of remembrance will take place at 2:00pm on Saturday, September 16th at Calvary Parkside.
See you Sunday!