Bulletin for Sunday, September 15, 2019
Sunday, September 15, 2019
* Song: All the People Said Amen
* Greeting, Announcements, Prayer
* Songs: Behold (Then Sings My Soul) O Praise the Name, Great Are You Lord
* Message: Troy Solava
* Song: Take My Life and Let it Be
Songs Used by Permission - CCLI License #356753
What’s Happening at CVBC
· Room 60 A&B is a Family Room during the 10:30 service. Parents with young children can enjoy the service via live stream.
· We’re having a “servant” meeting next Sunday for deacons and those who recently signed up or want to sign up to serve in various capacities. Join us at 10:30am in Room 10 on September 22. See sign up sheets in the foyer.
· A new Bible study for women will meet every Tuesday in October! We will be learning tools to help DIG into the Bible. Once you start digging, it’s a crazy-amazing journey. Join us! Bring your Bible, notebook, pen and colored pencils. 7:00-8:30pm in Room 50. Sign up in the foyer.
· CVBC Youth Group is open to all students in grades 6-12 and meets on Wednesdays from 7:00-9:00pm. Parents: Please fill out a 2019-20 medical/permission form located in the wall display near Alan’s office.
· Sunday School has begun. There are classes for Pre-K through 5th grade, Middle School, High School and (new this fall) an Adult class: How to Read the Old Testament. Join us in Room 50 at 9am.
· Attention Moms: Our Tuesday Morning Moms (TMM) study, Gloria Furman’s book “Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full” starts this Tuesday. TMM meets Tuesdays during the school year from 9:30-11:00am for a time of prayer, study and fellowship. Childcare is available.
· The next Membership Class will be held Sunday, October 20. Watch for more information and sign up sheets soon!
· Weekly prayer for CVBC families: Join the elders this week in praying for Diane Slowiak, Patrick & Rebecca Smith, and Paul & Cathy Soden. If you’d like to be included in the prayer schedule, you can indicate so on the tear-off card. If you’re a member of CVBC, you’re already on the schedule!
Faith in Uncertain Times
Acts 1: 12-26
Main Idea: Christian, your ________________ to Jesus does not have to crumble in times of ________________ but it can actually be strengthened!
4 Faith-Strengthening Priorities:
1. Live in _______________________ (vv. 12-14)
2. Persist in ______________ (v. 14)
3. Devour ________________ (vv. 15-20)
4. Trust the Lord’s _______________________ (vv. 21-26)
Small Group Questions:
1. What stood out to you from the passage or the sermon?
2. How did the disciples and followers of Jesus live for Jesus in this uncertain time? Describe and define the four priorities mentioned in the sermon.
3. How would you describe your overall situation in life right now? Are you content and happy? Are you sad and troubled? How can the truth of this passage help you in your specific season of life?
Back of Bulletin Missionary Highlight:
9816 Sophora Cir.
Dallas, TX 75249
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Able to devote more time to aiding Colombian national missionaries, Edgar & Clementina Buenaventura, and re-involvement with the Muinane and translation.
Jim & Janice Walton served with Wycliffe Bible Translators, translating the NT and other materials for the Muinane Indians. Jim became the Director of Wycliffe’s work in Colombia, and later they were assigned to work with the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics (GIAL) in Dallas, TX. When Janice’s cancer returned, Jim retired from ‘active service’ to care for Jan until her death, while continuing to assist the Buenaventuras in their ministry to the Achagua (and other indigenous peoples in Colombia) from his home office. He has now had a reignited interest and involvement in further translation for the Muinane people (specifically the OT book of Proverbs). Jim continues his membership with Wycliffe and hopes to continue to volunteer and minister with and to others as they co-labor in the gospel.
1. For my continued adjustment to life alone, that I will rest in God’s promises and in all things have the mind of Christ.
2. Capability to translate and communicate between ministry partners of Colombian national missionaries, Edgar and Clementina Buenenaventura, regarding accomplishments and ministry endeavors, as well as their personal and ministry needs.
3. Facility to maintain and broaden contacts with individuals from the Muinane tribal group with which we lived and worked in Colombia.
4. Ability to continue initial consultant check of Muinane Proverbs as translated drafts of the remaining chapters become available.
5. Skill as I begin revision of chapters as responses to questions and problems from initial consultant check are received back from Colombia.
Birthday: July 2
CVBC Leaders & Staff
Dave Daniels 715-830-1403 email@example.com
Alan Dunham 715-864-4406 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Hein 715-802-6243 email@example.com
Matt Jewell 715-254-5290 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stuart Krause 715-933-1422 email@example.com
Troy Solava* 615-347-9368 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wayne Street 715-456-8992 email@example.com
Brent Tilton 715-828-9552 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Cherrier 715-720-7718 email@example.com
Steve Cook* 715-559-2665 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Hedrington 715-214-3840 email@example.com
Terry Huppert 715-577-4846 firstname.lastname@example.org
James Kirchen* 715-828-7555 email@example.com
Tim Schneider * 715-456-0340 firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Dunham Student Ministry Director email@example.com
Julie Endvick Sunday School Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Whitney Falkenberg Children’s Ministry Director 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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