2018 MISSIONS CONFERENCE
March 2-4 | Join us for a Friday night dinner, Saturday brunch, Saturday night international dinner, and inspiring services highlighting the testimonies of our missionaries and dynamic messages given by our special guest speakers—Jahan Berns and Kambiz Saghaey. Jahan, an attorney, author and speaker born in Uganda, has a life story replete with trials, tragedies, and triumphs. She inspires to bring hope in overcoming life’s toughest struggles. Originally from the Middle East, Kambiz and his wife served in many churches and experienced persecution for their faith. Now in the U.S., they’re continuing to help the Persian church grow stronger and deeper. CLICK HERE for more on the conference. If you have conference questions, contact Moses Ngungu at email@example.com.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM—Ages 5 thru 10 | Children will have their own special activities during each event. They’ll be served brunch together at Saturday morning event and eat with their families at Fri & Sat evening meals. Childcare for Infant—PreK ages will also be provided for Fri & Sat events. We need volunteers to help! Sign up in foyer after worship service.
FRIDAY CATERED MEAL TICKETS — If you plan to join us for Friday meal, tickets are necessary to help with food planning. Cost is $7/person, $6/person for families of 4 or more. Purchase in foyer after worship service.
PRAYER VIGIL SIGN-UP — For 24 hours Feb 23-24, we’ll cover the conference in prayer. To participate, sign up in foyer for a designated 30-min time period. Prayer coverage is done in your home and we’ll contact you week before with a reminder.
CREATE TABLE CENTERPIECES — Use your creativity to make one centerpiece (can reflect a nation but not necessary). We need approximately 26 centerpieces! More details available in foyer along with sign-up sheet.
INTERNATIONAL DINNER SAT NIGHT—BRING A DISH TO SHARE! We need everyone to prepare an international dish and/or dessert to share a taste of your favorite country with us! Sign-up in foyer for a dish to bring and to help with set-up/clean-up for dinner.
Monday, March 19, 7:00pm | Redeemer Arts Ministry will be hosting four workshops this year for your creative enjoyment! Our first is a writing workshop led by Joy Summerville -Johnson. There is no cost for this event and refreshments will be served. We’ll host a painting workshop in May, a Bible journaling workshop in August and a photography workshop in October. Dates for those will be announced so stay tuned! Sign-up for the Writing Workshop at the Welcome Center after the service. For more info or questions, contact Vivian Doublestein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REDEEMER BIBLE INSTITUTE
Current Students: Click here to view recorded class presentations and download class summary notes
READ THRU THE BIBLE IN 2018
If you’re like most people, reading through the entire Bible can be a challenge as you try to navigate the traditional arrangement of its 66 books. This study will simplify reading by organizing Scripture in chronological order, as well as presenting Proverbs by topics and the Psalms by themes. As you journey through 365 daily readings, you will:
- grasp the historical context and unfolding story of Scripture more clearly
- accomplish your goal of reading through the entire Bible in a year
- find your relationship with God strengthened and nourished as never before
LADIES BOOK CLUB
New participants always welcome, even if you haven’t read the book!
March 6, 7:30pm | Discussing “Turtles All the Way Down” by John Green at Nikki Clemons’ home, 770.314.0114.
WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDIES
We have studies that meet Monday and Tuesday mornings at 9:30 and Wednesday evenings at 7:00. Hopefully one will fit your schedule and provide you an opportunity to meet other Redeemer ladies, make new friends, and grow deeper in God’s word. Click here for more details on study topics, meeting locations, and contact info.
More Events To Be Announced Soon!
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