Bulletins for Sunday, May 26, 2019


Sunday, May 26, 2019

* Welcome
* Song: Lion of Judah
* Greeting, Announcements, Prayer
* Songs: Forever Reign, Hallelujah Here Below, Behold Your King
* Message: Troy Solava

Songs Used by Permission - CCLI License #356753
What’s Happening at CVBC

· Starting this morning, we have a Family Room (60A&B) available at both services. Parents with young children can enjoy worship via live stream. The room is set up with a large-screen monitor, plus crayons, books, & toys so kids can have a little more space & freedom while you continue to worship.

· A "Stop The Bleed" training will be offered at CVBC on June 2nd during second service in room 50, and will be led by Wayne Street. The purpose of this training is to teach the general public how to recognize and stop life-threatening bleeding while waiting for EMS to arrive. The intended audience is elders, deacons, ushers, ministry leaders, Boys Scouts, Sunday school teachers and anyone else who wishes to learn these very important skills. While we all hope to never be in a situation that requires this sort of intervention, preventing blood loss has been shown to be an extremely effective way to improve the survival rate for victims of trauma. Anyone age 14 and up is welcome to attend. Please sign up in the foyer.

· On Sunday, June 2nd, visiting missionaries Aaron & Deb Groff will be here at both services. All are welcome to stay for a lunch with the Groffs at noon. Please sign up for the meal in the foyer. An evangelism training, called TheFOUR, will be run by the Groffs from 12:30-2pm. Anyone can attend the training following lunch! Please sign up for training in the foyer.

· Weekly prayer for CVBC families: Please join the elders in prayer this week for Kevin & Emily Mason (for wisdom in parenting, for self-control & discernment in use of electronics/devices, to daily seek God’s will and apply Colossians 3:17), Tim & Amy Mason (pray that our family would draw closer to Him and that we would be bold in sharing our faith with others), and Rick & Tracy Metzenbauer. If you would like to be included in the prayer schedule, you can indicate so at the bottom of the tear-off card. Please include your name & email/phone.

· Attention Ladies: a new Bible study is starting Wednesday, June 12, from 9:15-11:00am. Are you worn out from life’s ought-to’s and should-do’s? In “Your Sacred Yes” Susie Larson explores more deeply how God can help you live out each day in a way that honors Him and strengthens you. Each session focuses on biblical ways to discern God’s best for you. Sign up by June 2 in the foyer.

The Sovereign King
Psalm 2

Main Idea: Because the Lord _________ in totality and will be ____________  finally, take ___________ in Him.

4 Scenes:
1. The _______________of Man (vv.1-3)

2. The _______________ of God (vv.4-6)

3.   The __________ of God (vv.7-9)

4.   The __________ (vv.10-12)

Small Group Questions:
1. What stood out to you from the passage or the sermon?
2. What does the word “sovereign” mean? How does Psalm 2 describe God’s sovereignty?
3. How are you encouraged by God’s authority and sovereignty? How are you convicted or challenged by God’s authority and sovereignty?

Back of Bulletin Missionary Highlight:
Tony & Mary Poulson
707 Panama Place
Sanford, FL  32771

New Tribes Mission

Tony and Mary ministered to the Yanomami Indians on Brazil's northern border with Venezuela. The believers often came to their home for counsel and teaching. Tony also had a burden to evangelize the older generation, often going to the Indian communal houses to reach them. A lot of his time was also spent in maintenance, helping coworkers and Indians. Mary was responsible for producing literacy material. Later, here in the States, she compiled the complete lessons of Jesus’ birth, ministry, and death. These are now being used in teaching the children and in  the church. Their daughter, Brenda, still works in the same village.

1. To be a witness in the Ohio area.
2. Health for the two of them.
3. For growth in the lives of the Yanomami believers so that their
family and friends will want this new life.

Birthdays: Tony – March 14, Mary – November 7
Anniversary: October 17, 1959

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CVBC Leaders & Staff

Elder Team:                              
Dave Daniels                 715-830-1403                        daved@cvbc.net
Alan Dunham                715-864-4406                        aland@cvbc.net
Steve Hein*                   715-802-6243                        heinss1521@gmail.com
Matt Jewell                    715-254-5290                        mattj@cvbc.net
Stuart Krause                715-933-1422                        stuartk@cvbc.net
Troy Solava*                  615-347-9368                        cvbc.troy@gmail.com
Wayne Street                715-456-8992                         waynes@cvbc.net
Brent Tilton                   715-828-9552                        brentt@cvbc.net
* candidate

Deacon Team:
Joe Cherrier 715-720-7718 joec@cvbc.net
Mark Hedrington 715-214-3840 markh@cvbc.net
Terry Huppert 715-577-4846 terryh@cvbc.net

Heather Clutter Children’s Ministry Director   heatherc@cvbc.net
Alan Dunham Student Ministry Director   aland@cvbc.net
Jodi Jewell Music Director   jodij@cvbc.net
Mary Jorstad Custodian   maryj@cvbc.net
Libby Krause Secretary   libbyk@cvbc.net
Chris Kriehn Office Manager   chrisk@cvbc.net
Troy Solava Teaching Elder   cvbc.troy@gmail.com
Micah Wolfe Interim Graphics Specialist       cvbc.graphics@gmail.com