Why do we speak? Sy Huffer leads us through Mark 1:1-15 as we wrestle with the importance of the good news and why we need to share it.
THE READING CHALLENGE
QUESTION 1: PRAY
How does your prayer life change when you approach God with this question: “Who do I know that is dying to hear good news?”
QUESTION 2: SPEAK
This whole sermon series is about SPEAKING. The entire purpose of it is to move our congregation to become a culture where we tell people the good news about Jesus. This question is going to be hammered a lot this sermon series: “Who is close to you but far from God?” Whoever that is, commit to speaking to those names the good news about Jesus.
QUESTION 3: GROW
Who can hold you accountable to grow in your speaking about Jesus? Find a small group leader, a family member, an elder, or a trusted friend to help you grow in your evangelism. How many people did you tell about Jesus last year? What does it look like to grow beyond that number this year?
QUESTION 4: LOVE
Who in your life needs to hear the good news that: there is hope in the midst of despair; there is good that will overcome evil, there is acceptance that swallows up rejection; there is a kingdom that will change the world?
Our Wednesday Night Programming starts THIS coming Wednesday. Middle School and High School programming begins at 6:30 and ends by 8:30. Most of our other classes run from 7:00–8:15 PM.
In addition to LaunchPad Blast for our elementary students, we also have Kid's Choir which meets in the Cafeteria. They will be performing a musical this Spring from the story of David and Goliath. The entire cast and choir are fun insects!
Whether through the Spring Musical or LaunchPad Blast, your elementary child is guaranteed to learn more about God and His Word.
February 10-12 or March 3-5
Maranatha Retreat Center
Marriage was meant to be anything but boring so go wild! Refresh, create memories, have fun, and enjoy community with other couples! Pre-registration is $150. Register below. For more information contact SuSan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office.