Sunday Review, 4.23.17

This past weekend was full of activity around the church! Whether you were able to participate in all of it, part of it, or were out of town, you can review all of the happenings by checking out the links below:

SATURDAY’S ART GALA

  • On Saturday, we had our ninth annual Art Gala Mission Fundraiser! It was a great time, and most importantly, we raised over $18,000 to help fund missional efforts around the globe. If you’d like to see two of the videos that were shared about the works/people that those funds will support, you can watch them here:

SUNDAY’S WORSHIP GATHERINGS

  • On Sunday morning, we had a missions emphasis of sorts as well. We had a guest preacher named Sean Taylor, who is a student at Sovereign Grace’s Pastors College, preach for us from Romans 1:8-15–a sermon entitled “Pursuing Grace-Filled Growth.” If you’d like to learn more about Sean, his family, and others who they are planning to work with to plant a church in Jamaica, you can go to: KGN-KY. Or if you’d like to listen to the sermon, you can check it out here: Pursuing Grace-Filled Growth
  • We also shared a video about a church-planting work in Croatia that is being funded and supported by our family churches–as well as the opportunity we have to be involved in this, and other works, through the Sovereign Grace Mission Fund. You can watch the video below about the work in Croatia, and if you’re interested in partnering, you can go to: sovereigngrace.com/give

  • Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from their time in the worship gatherings. If you’d like to see yesterday’s “Children’s Bulletin” and potentially use it as a way to jog your memory of ways you could follow up with your child about the gathering, you can find it by going here: Children’s Bulletin from 4.23.17

SUNDAY’S CHILDREN’S CLASSES

  • In our children’s classes, as part of the Gospel Project curriculum, boys and girls learned about the Temptation (and Obedience) of Christ. If you’d like to see a short summary of what was taught, as well as have a simple question or two that you could ask to further process the lesson with your child, check this out: Summary of GP Lesson from 4.23.17

Check back tomorrow for “Food for Thought,” in which we’ll share a handful of articles from around the internet that we’d recommend for you to check out!