Good News for a Sin Sick World Series begins Sunday. Over the next six weeks, join us as we examine six statements. I am God’s child. God is my father. Heaven is my home. Everyday is one day nearer. My Savior is my brother. Every Christian is my brother and sister. The six statements can remind us of our relationship with God and fill us with gospel truth each day in this season. We can read these in the morning and be reminded of them at night before we lay down. God is our father and he will see us through this. As I have been asking on Sundays I need your support in two key areas. First, please share our Live Worship with your friends. It’s a simple way to be missional in this time. Even if someone in your house has already you do it too! Second, use the connect card found online. It takes just a minute. These days will not last forever, but until they end we must not lose heart and work together.


APRIL 24 AT 6P / / This year David Platt will be teaching on “God, Government, and the Gospel.’ Due to Covid19, Secret Church will not be held on-campus. To receive the link and your study guide, you do need to register here. Your tithes and offering pay for the cost of this event. Please let us know if you’d like us to mail your study guide or if you would like to pick it up. Study guides will be mailed on Monday .


APRIL 19 AT 5P / / We don’t have to walk through this alone. Man does not live by bread alone, but every now and again Blue Bell can’t hurt. We’ve been separated from one another for what seems longer than it is. While we wait we can continue to stretch ourselves and gather in new ways. Set aside a little bit of your time on Sunday night to meet together. You may not realize what it means for someone to see your smile and be reassured by your presence. If you’d like the Zoom invitation, email me.


Going to the market feels like I’m preparing for germ warfare (b/c I guess we are). It was frustrating those first days when I couldn’t find any meat in the freezers. Yet, God provided for my family and yours. Imagine what it would be like if it was your pantry that remained empty for days. Food insecurity is a real fear. CCA has asked us to collect canned meats. You can drop them by the office (M-F, 10-2p). There’ll be instructions on the door to handle your items.


2020 GOAL | $12,500 / / The offering was started in 1895 by WMU to benefit the work of the NAMB.  In 1934, it was named in honor of Annie Armstrong, a bold missions advocate and WMU’s first national executive leader. Every dollar given goes to train and resource more than 5,000 missionaries involved in church planting and compassion ministries who share the life-transforming gospel of Jesus Christ across the United States, Canada and their territories. You can give your gift online.The gospel has not been quarantined; we still have a mission!