In this Issue
Baby Shower - Naomi DriverBob Morley Memorial ServiceRetirement from Westside Party for Pastor TimLatest Multimedia!Powerful FeedingSmall ThingsWisdom WorksGlory BoldnessThe Me and We of Jesus' ChurchSee, Pray, DoImitation Instead of IdolizationAspiration Instead of AdmirationFaithful People are not Necessarily Prosperous PeopleFaith is also for Those Outside of the Faith
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You are invited, this Sunday after church (at the church), to a baby shower for Naomi, Esther & Josh Driver.
Please bring simple finger foods/sandwiches to share.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 250-474-3749
A memorial service for Bob Morley will be held at Westside Bible Church tomorrow morning (September 30th) at 10:00 am.
You are invited!
Occasion: Retirement from ministry at Westside Bible Church of Tim and Susan Davis
Event: Social evening with Nathan Speer as MC
Location: Westside Bible Church
Date: Oct 27
Dress: Casual dressy
Please bring a tray of appetizers to share and a non-alcoholic sparkling drink.
For further information please email: email@example.com
When God is working powerfully around you, watch out for these three dangers.
God is not bothered by small things and so neither should we.
Wisdom expresses itself through works.
Experiencing the Glory of God stirs a response of boldness from His creation.
Jesus is the Lord of His church - both the "me" and "we" of it.
The true Christian life is one of faith, accompanied by good works empowered by Jesus.
Imitation is an important part of Christian life.
Let us respond to examples of faith with aspiration - not admiration.
People who are examples of faith are not necessarily prosperous people.
Rahab is an example of faith and a reminder that faith is also for those outside of the faith.