Our GCC Building Committee will meet Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00 PM in the Ministry Center Gathering Room. If you are a Building Committee member, please make every effort to be present.
For more information, contact Philip Martus (867-0465 or email@example.com.)
Our GCC Worship Committee will meet this next Saturday, October 20 at 9:00 AM in the Ministry Center Conference Room. Contact Tammy & Tim Pool for more information. (547-6858 or firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com).
AT THE MINISTRY CENTER EVERY THURSDAY MORNING 10-11:30 A.M.
This is an opportunity to get together and spend time in fellowship with one another.
ALL WELCOME SO INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!
Come Grow in Your Faith! Sunday Evening Bible Study @ 6:30 “The God Who Is There” by D.A. Carson
This series will help you understand the Bible better than you ever have, and what could be more important?
This is teaching at its best by a world-class expert on the Bible , and a great communicator who has written over 40 books on biblical subjects.
As we grow in our understanding of His word, we will learn to know God better and learn how to serve Him and worship Him in a deeper way.
For more information, contact Vinoy Laughner.
SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21
Job 38:1-7, 34-41:
God answers Job, questioning where he was when God created the earth, who orders the clouds and lightning and can create rain, and who provides food for wild animals and birds.
God promises protection and rescue to those who are devoted to Him, and who trust in Him, crying out to God in times of trouble.
High priests offer gifts and sacrifices on behalf of the people and deals with them gently, because he is aware of his own weakness. In the same way, Jesus was appointed by God, and offered prayer for his life to God, who saved him. Now he offers salvation to those who trust him.
James and John ask Jesus to be allowed to sit at his right and left when Jesus enters glory. Then after assuring them that they will share in his suffering, Jesus teaches all the disciples that those who want to be great among his disciples must be the servant of all, just as Jesus came to serve and not be served.