Announcements, Aug. 12, 2016
This Sunday we start our series through 1 Timothy, one of my favorite books in the Bible. This short letter reads like an instruction manual for the local church from the Apostle Paul to his young ministry protege, Timothy. It not only gives us much practical teaching about life together as a body, but it also points us to a deeper understanding of God’s plan of redemption and the means by which he brings it about through the church.
This Sunday we’ll cover 1 Timothy 1:1–11. I’d also encourage you to read Acts 19, which recounts the story of Paul’s planting of the church in Ephesus where Timothy pastored.
I look forward to seeing you all this Sunday!
Young Adults: River Retreat (Aug. 12–13) || Join us for a day of tubing, skiing, and doing other aquatic stuff! We’ll gather after work on Friday night until lunch on Saturday. Just bring $10 (or food, if you prefer). This is also a good opportunity to bring a friend! Register online here.
Ladies’ Lunch (Aug. 16, noon) || Join the women of CrossPointe every third Tuesday of the month for food ($5 Chicken Salad Chick) and fellowship as we study Jerry Bridges’ The Transforming Power of the Gospel. Childcare begins at 10 a.m. RSVP to Molly Copley for food and/or childcare.
Starting Pointe (Aug. 20–21) || Membership in the local church is where Gospel, Community, and Mission intersect. Whether you’re interested in joining or just want to know more about CrossPointe, please join us for this two-session class (Sat., 9 a.m.–noon; Sun., 5–7:30 p.m.). We’ll provide childcare as well as food at both sessions. Contact Robert Ward to sign up!
Women’s Study: Colossians (Mon., 9:30–11 a.m., starting Sept. 12) || The group will use a study by John MacArthur as a guide. Contact Melany Raborn to sign up and request childcare!
Men’s Study: Knowing God (Thurs., 7–8 a.m., starting Sept. 15) || Meet at CrossPointe to study J. I. Packer’s classic book, Knowing God. Cecil Cheves will be leading the group. Sign up by contacting him.
Women’s Study: Missional Motherhood (Thurs., 9:30–11 a.m., Sept. 15–Oct. 20) || Join other women as we study Gloria Furman’s helpful book on the “everyday ministry of motherhood.” Workbooks will be available for purchase ($13) at the study. If you’d like more information, e-mail Amy Ward. To sign up for the class or request childcare, please contact Molly Copley.
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