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John 13

John 13

Feet have never been a very attractive part of the body. Throughout human history, they have been neglected, ignored, forgotten, and walked upon. We pay attention to our face but we do not pay attention to our feet. We put rings and bracelets on our hands but our feet do not get equal treatment. Which is why Jesus' actions in John 13 are so strange. Verse 5 says that, dur...

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Prayer & Evangelism

Guest Speaker - C. Hargrove - Web

This Sunday (September 16th) Dr. Carl Hargrove will be preaching Part 3 from the series at Family Camp, "Responding to the Call to Pray Witness for Christ." Come join us at 10:00 at Dogwood Valley Camp, and be blessed by the hearing of the Word of God! Please also join us for lunch afterwards in the dining hall. (If you have not signed up for camp, please bring a picnic l...

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John 12

John 12

David Livingstone was a Scottish physician, missionary, and 19th Century explorer in the jungles of Africa. He traveled the continent from east to west dispensing medicine and preaching the Gospel. In many villages, he was the first white man the people had ever seen and the first encounter they had ever had with Christianity. He led whole villages to Christ before dying a...

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John 11

John 11

According to the latest statistics, 105 people die every minute, 6,316 people die every hour, and 151,600 people die every day somewhere in the world. The same sources estimate that the average lifespan is 67 years and the countries where people live the longest are Japan, Spain, and Switzerland. But, no matter where you live, the statistics state that you will die. No mat...

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Vision Sunday - Evangelism

Vision Sunday - Aug. 2018 - Web

The third point of GFC's vision statement says: We proclaim grace upon grace through evangelism. Because Jesus Christ has commissioned us to proclaim His grace, it is our vision to evangelize the lost. Grace is best seen in evangelism. When you have experienced the unmerited favour of God, you cannot help but tell others about it. When you have had your sins forgiven a...

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John 10

John 10

A poor Indian shepherd was once asked how many sheep he had. To which he replied, "I don't know because I can't count." He was then asked how he knew that they were all there in the field. To which he replied, "Because I know their names." In John 10, Jesus says that "I am the good shepherd, and I know My own and My own know Me" (verse 14). He also says, "A stranger they ...

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Mark 4:10-12

Guest Speaker - J. Barbouletos - Web

This Sunday (August 12th) Pastor James Barbouletos will be preaching from Mark 4:10-12, "The Purpose of Parables". Come join us at 9:30, and be blessed by the hearing of the Word of God! Please also join us for an Agape Picnic lunch at the Jongerden's following the service. James grew up in Salt Lake City until his family moved to the Seattle area during his high school y...

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John 9

John 9

In 1982, the Los Angles Times ran the story of a woman named Anna Mae Pennica who had been blind for 62 years. She was born with an illness that took her vision away until a doctor informed her that her condition was treatable and had been treatable for four decades. For 40 years, Mrs. Pennica had the opportunity to see but not the awareness to do so. Her story is very si...

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John 8

John 8

According to some estimates, there are currently around 4,000 religions in the world today. If you add up all the different versions of Christianity and Hinduism and Islam, the number is extraordinarily high. In fact, some say that that number covers about 84 percent of the world's population. 8 out of 10 people in the world are religious. Which makes Jesus' statement in ...

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John 7

John 7

Scientists have determined that the human body can live up to 40-60 days without food. Depending on the size of an individual's body and the health of it, we can go an entire month or more without something to eat but we cannot last more than seven days without water. The human body is made up of 65 percent water and, if we go one week without it, we will die. With that i...

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