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    The Story

    Is there a God? And does He care about me? At the end of the day, these two questions are ultimate. Does God’s love intersect my life anywhere? Is there any way that His story intersects with my story? Or is my life a merely a brief interlude between two eternities? We can hide from these questions, but they won’t go away. Is there a God? Does He care? The good news is that there is, and He does! His story does intersect mine. That’s the gospel. That’s our story.

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    Wednesday Night Meals

    Wednesday Night Meals Return!

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    Rev Fit

    Tuesday and Thursdays 6:30pm-7:30pm

    Revelation Wellness is a ministry dedicated to educating and inspiring people to live healthy and whole lives through breaking the bonds of physical and spiritual poverty that lie within us all. We are passionate about seeing the body of Christ living John 10:10 lives, “life to the full”, in body, soul & Spirit. Our mission is to raise up healthy & whole followers of Christ, nationally and globally, in heart, mind soul and strength, so they may fit for their own mission; to show the healing love of Christ to all people everywhere. We must be fit for mission!

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    Celebrate Recovery

    Wednesday Nights 6:00pm

Paul’s Encounters with Satan

In The Story we read of Paul’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd missionary journeys. Everywhere he went he experienced hardships. He recalls to the Corinthians that he was a servant of Jesus Christ. He reminds them he had been in prison frequently; been flogged most severely; had been exposed to death again and again. Five times he’d received from the Jews, 40 lashes, minus one; three times he’d been beaten with rods; stoned once; three time shipwrecked and spent a night and day in the open sea; has had to be constantly on the move in danger from his own countrymen. He had been in danger from rivers, bandits; danger in the country and at sea and danger from false brethren. He had labored and toiled and gone without sleep, was hungry and thirsty, cold and naked. Besides all these things, he had the worry and concern for all the churches. Even with Satan on his heals with every step he took, he did not feel weak because Christ was with him.

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God of the Storm

The past couple of weeks have been a storm filled time: the volatility and racial turmoil in Ferguson Missouri, the beheading of the journalist in Iraq, the murder and religious persecution there, the situation in Ukraine. Closer to home, right here in our congregation, there have been storms…storms of many kinds. The most apparent is that people have been dying. And it’s “the good guys,” the people who have been the heart and soul of Singing Oaks. I’m tired of it!

It is an uncanny coincidence that this week I am preaching on Paul’s shipwrecks, storms and trials: uncanny because of the state of the world, uncanny because the storm feels so real right now; uncanny because, if God has a purpose and a plan for you, He is not going to put you in a safe harbor. He will put you in the eye of the storm. I believe that God has a plan for us. I believe He has a purpose. But that purpose will necessarily take us through storms.

The good news is this: our God is the God of the storm!

And the Word Spread!

If you haven’t been on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook or most any other social media recently then you may have missed the new trend of video sharing. It’s a multi-billion dollar industry. YouTube alone has more than 1 billion unique users who visit the site each month and over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month. Those users upload 100 hours of video each MINUTE! Vote: Is this a good thing or a bad thing?

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New Beginnings

Life would be pretty dull without receiving or experiencing something new every now and then. Being from a rich country many of us receive a new gadget or new clothes fairly often – something others in the world seldom experience. In other ways, however, not just the rich, but everyone can receive and experience newness. Our chapter in The Story this week covers the first part of the book of Acts, and it is full of NEW stuff.

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Waiting for Sunday: The Resurrection

I am always in a state of waiting for Sunday. On Saturday evenings, I hold a personal vigil of “waiting for Sunday.” This vigil usually consists of somewhat anxiously watching for messages to pop up on The City, Facebook, or texts about Sunday teachers with impromptu weekend plans, sick children, and unavoidable life interruptions. If I have an announcement to make, a trip to depart for, or a blessing to participate in, this vigil is a bundle of nerves in my gut growing until Sunday morning is over. Every Saturday I am waiting for Sunday. On Monday, we are talking about yesterday, but we are already “waiting for Sunday” once more.

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