November 25
Today's Message
Hebrews10:26-35/ Pastor James

The Bible’s hard passages help us grasp a fuller understanding of the whole counsel of God. If we skip over challenging passages, we will become biblically impoverished. Consequently, when our Bible reading is impoverished, so too is our growth in godliness. We must seek to understand the Bible’s difficult parts by reference to its clearer parts. As the Reformers taught us, Scripture interprets Scripture. Difficult passages become clearer when we set them within the context of the entire canon. Reading Hebrews 10:26-39 requires this approach. Hebrews 10:26-39 is one of three warning passages in Hebrews. Its admonitions are some of the most severe found in the Bible. They are sobering and haunting, and they ought to drive us toward faithfulness. As the author of Hebrews will soon show, the perils of abandoning the faith are too costly to bear.

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Order of Worship


Welcome

Call to Worship & Opening Prayer

Congregational Worship                       

 Did You Fell the Mountains Tremble               Everlasting God

 Not For A Moment

I Surrender

Sermon                                                                        

Announcements

Prayer for Missionaries and Church Plants

Closing Song of Praise                             

Good, Good Father

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This Week’s Prayer Focus

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Mon: That God establishes leadership in His Church. (Acts 14:23)

Tues: That God sends out laborers for the harvest. (Matt. 9:38; Acts 13:2–3)

Wed: For the success of other missionaries. (Rom 15:30–31)

Thurs: For unity and harmony in the Church. (John 17:20–21)

Fri: For the encouragement of togetherness. (1 Thess. 3:10)

Sat: For a mind of discernment. (Phil. 1:9–10)

Sun: For a knowledge of God’s will. (Col. 1:9)

 
Find a Ministry Team to Serve with

  • Set-up/Tear Down Teams
  • Worship Ministry
  • A/V Team
  • Children’s Ministry
  • Student Ministry
  • Hospitality/First Time Guests
  • Facilities Maintainance

If you are interested in volunteering for one of these teams email us at [email protected]

 

Jeff and Jessica Vanderford

Today we're going to Tucson, a desert city in southern Arizona, where more than half a million people live. This is a big mission field because only about four percent of those people are evangelical believers.


  
 

We are excited to introduce a brand-new initiative that will help help reach our community with the Gospel through a partnership with blesseveryhome.com.

 

You will hear more about this is weeks to come but here is a simple acronym for starters:        

  • - Begin with prayer. We want you to ask, ‘God how do you want me to bless the people in the places you’ve sent me to?’
  • - Listen. Don’t talk, but listen to people, their struggles, their pains, in the places God sent you.
  • - Eat. You can’t just check this off. It’s not quick. You have to have a meal with people or a cup of coffee. It builds relationships.
  • - Serve. If you listen with people and you eat with people, they will tell you how to love them and you’ll know how to serve them.
  • - Story. When the time is right, now we talk, and we share the story of how Jesus changed our life.

 
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Discipleship Opportunities

Preschool & Elementary Age

·       Gospel Project: Sundays @ 9 am

·       Mosaic Kids: Sundays @ 10:30

Middle School & High School

·       Gospel Project: Sundays @ 9 am

·       Small Group: Every other Friday from 6:30-8:30

Adults

·       Core Seminars: Sunday @ 9 am

·       Small Groups: Visit www.mosaicofwinchester.org/small-groups for days and times.

 
 
Upcoming Opportunities

Student Surge, December 14-15.  This event is

for Middle School and High School students and will include games, bible study, and mission events.  Held at Calvary Baptist Church.

Christmas Eve Service, Monday, Dec. 24 @ 6:00 pm. Family service. 

Refreshments to follow the service.

 
 
 

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