Bulletin for Sunday, July 21, 2019
Sunday, July 21, 2019
* Song: Your Grace is Enough
* Greeting, Announcements, Prayer
* Songs: Hosanna, Lord I Need You, Before the Throne of God Above
* Message: Troy Solava
* Song: Come Like the Wind
Songs Used by Permission - CCLI License #356753
What’s Happening at CVBC
Today we welcome Jack & Bev McMahan, CVBC-supported missionaries from Wellington, New Zealand! See back of bulletin for ministry details.
Men of CVBC: Are you willing to serve? Please join us on Sunday, July 28 in room 10 at 10:30am for an informational meeting.
Weekly prayer for CVBC families: Please join the elders in praying this week for the following: Dan & Pauline Posda, Travis & Sarah Rowan, Clint & Mary Lou Rudesill, Jim & Staci Russell. If you’d like to be included in the prayer schedule, you can indicate so on the tear-off card.
Youth Group Update: This coming Wednesday, July 24, there will be no Youth Group at CVBC. NEXT week, Weds., July 31, we’ll have Water Wars here from 7-9pm. For more: cvbc.net/youth-group-calendar.
Parents of 6-12 graders: Please fill out a medical/permission form for each one of your teens—effective through May of 2020. These are found in the wall display near Alan’s office and online at cvbc.net/forms.
The Ladies Retreat, September 13-15, at Oak Forest Center in Frederic, WI, still has room. For those 18 yrs. and older. Brochures are in the foyer.
Christ-Centered Recovery meets 3x weekly: Tuesdays-1pm, Thursdays-7pm, and Saturdays-8am. We use the Life Recovery Bible 12-Step Program. All are welcome. Contact Jerry at email@example.com or (715) 379-0200.
We have a Family Room (60A&B) available at both services. Parents with young children can enjoy worship via live stream.
2018/2019 fiscal budget: $487,115 ($40,592.92 monthly)
June giving was $53,391.40 (vs. $40,592.92 = 131.5%)
YTD Income through June: $472,873.02 (vs. $405,919.20 = 116.5 %)
Fellowship Fund Information for June 2019:
Donations: $425, Account balance: $5074.54
$200 was spent to assist CVBC and community families.
He Will Have the Last Word
Main Idea: Though you may endure ______________ and be opposed by ___________, know that God is committed to ___________________, His ___________, and making all things _________.
1. God is committed to _________________ and opposed to ________________. (vv. 1-21)
2. God is committed to His _____________ and ____________ for them. (vv. 21-24)
3. God is committed to making all things __________ through ______________. (vv. 25-31)
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Small Group Questions:
What stood out to you from the passage or the sermon?
Did this Psalm (or any like it) make you uncomfortable? Why? Did it provoke any questions in your mind?
What does this Imprecatory Psalm teach you about God? What does it teach you about sin? What hope does it give you for the return of Jesus?
Back of Bulletin
Jack & Bev McMahan
PO Box 13433
Biblical Ministries Worldwide (BMW)
1595 Herrington Rd, Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Jack & Bev McMahan are serving as church planting missionaries in Wellington, New Zealand. Through evangelism, discipleship, and leadership training, they are seeking to establish a network of churches in the Wellington area. Jack also serves as field leader for the team of BMW missionaries in New Zealand. Bev is the daughter of Ted and Kay Cripe, former missionaries of CVBC. Jack & Bev have four married children and twelve grandchildren.
Jack and Bev are working with two other missionary units in Wellington to establish a church plant in Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand. This new work is called Bible Centre.
Bev helps with the children’s ministry and Jack is involved in personal mentoring, teaching and preaching, and leadership development.
Jack serves as field leader for the six BMW missionary units working in New Zealand.
Jack serves on the board of directors for CCIA (Crossing Cultures International Aotearoa). This missions organization employs the BTCP (Bible Training Center for Pastors) concept and curriculum to train pastors, missionaries, and church leaders in New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Anniversary: August 18, 1978
Birthdays: Jack – October 16
Bev – June 17
CVBC Leaders & Staff
Dave Daniels 715-830-1403 firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Dunham 715-864-4406 email@example.com
Steve Hein 715-802-6243 firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Jewell 715-254-5290 email@example.com
Stuart Krause 715-933-1422 firstname.lastname@example.org
Troy Solava* 615-347-9368 email@example.com
Wayne Street 715-456-8992 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brent Tilton 715-828-9552 email@example.com
Joe Cherrier 715-720-7718 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Cook* 715-559-2665 email@example.com
Mark Hedrington 715-214-3840 firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Huppert 715-577-4846 email@example.com
James Kirchen* 715-828-7555 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Schneider * 715-456-0340 email@example.com
Alan Dunham Student Ministry Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Endvick Interim Children’s Ministry email@example.com
Jodi Jewell Music Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Jorstad Custodian email@example.com
Libby Krause Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Kriehn Office Manager email@example.com
Troy Solava Teaching Elder firstname.lastname@example.org
Micah Wolf Interim Graphics Specialist email@example.com
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