September 30, 2012 Sermon

On October 1, 2012, in Media, by Shoreline Media

09/30/2012 The Man With The Plan || Week 4 || Kevin Harney || Jesus, The Son of God ||

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09/30/2012 The Man With The Plan || Week 4 || Kevin Harney || Jesus, The Son of God ||

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Weekly Reading Plans :: 09.30.12

On September 29, 2012, in Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

The Story Reading

Sunday-  The Story (pgs. 367-369)
Monday- The Story (pgs. 369-371)
Tuesday- The Story (pgs. 371-375)
Wednesday- The Story (pgs. 375-377)
Thursday- The Story (pgs. 377-380)
Friday- Isaiah 52:13- ch. 53
Saturday- Psalm 22

Bible in a Year (Chronological Reading)

Sunday- Malachi 1-4
Monday- Luke 1, John 1:1-14
Tuesday- Matthew 1 , Luke 2:1-38
Wednesday- Matthew 2 , Luke 2:39-52
Thursday- Matthew 3 , Mark 1 , Luke 3
Friday- Matthew 4 , Luke 4-5 , John 1:15-51
Saturday- John 2-4

Memorize/Reflect: “Simon Peter answered, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” (Matthew 16:16)

Personal Reflection:  In our culture today, who do people say Jesus is?  Why is it critical for Christians to know what they believe about Jesus?

Discussion:  What are some of the “I AM” sayings of Jesus in the Gospel of John and what do we learn about Jesus from each of these “I AM” declarations?  Some people say, “Jesus was just a great teacher.”  Why is this not enough? Why is the divinity of Jesus (He is God) essential to our faith and salvation?

Prayer Direction:  Worship Jesus as God and praise Him for being the God of heaven, and still engaged in your daily life.

“Live It!” Challenge: Memorize all of the “I AM’s” of Jesus and meditate on what they mean.

Monthly Prayer Focus: As we walk through the life of Jesus, The Man With the Plan, we will seek to learn from His prayers. Take time this week to read and pray through John 17 (Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer).

Extra Resources for this week: Make sure you have a copy of The Story. Also, consider buying a copy of the book, Exploring the Story, by Adam Barr. If you do, read chapter 25.

Small Group Resources for this week: Chapter 25 of The Story: Getting to the Heart of God’s Story (Adult Curriculum). You can purchase this 31-week study for 40% off at the Connections Center in the Shoreline lobby. (If you can’t afford this and are going to be part of a group, please contact Romel.)

The Story Reading

Sunday-  The Story (pgs. 367-369)
Monday- The Story (pgs. 369-371)
Tuesday- The Story (pgs. 371-375)
Wednesday- The Story (pgs. 375-377)
Thursday- The Story (pgs. 377-380)
Friday- Isaiah 52:13- ch. 53
Saturday- Psalm 22

Bible in a Year (Chronological Reading)

Sunday- Malachi 1-4
Monday- Luke 1, John 1:1-14
Tuesday- Matthew 1 , Luke 2:1-38
Wednesday- Matthew 2 , Luke 2:39-52
Thursday- Matthew 3 , Mark 1 , Luke 3
Friday- Matthew 4 , Luke 4-5 , John 1:15-51
Saturday- John 2-4

Memorize/Reflect: “Simon Peter answered, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” (Matthew 16:16)

Personal Reflection:  In our culture today, who do people say Jesus is?  Why is it critical for Christians to know what they believe about Jesus?

Discussion:  What are some of the “I AM” sayings of Jesus in the Gospel of John and what do we learn about Jesus from each of these “I AM” declarations?  Some people say, “Jesus was just a great teacher.”  Why is this not enough? Why is the divinity of Jesus (He is God) essential to our faith and salvation?

Prayer Direction:  Worship Jesus as God and praise Him for being the God of heaven, and still engaged in your daily life.

“Live It!” Challenge: Memorize all of the “I AM’s” of Jesus and meditate on what they mean.

Monthly Prayer Focus: As we walk through the life of Jesus, The Man With the Plan, we will seek to learn from His prayers. Take time this week to read and pray through John 17 (Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer).

Extra Resources for this week: Make sure you have a copy of The Story. Also, consider buying a copy of the book, Exploring the Story, by Adam Barr. If you do, read chapter 25.

Small Group Resources for this week: Chapter 25 of The Story: Getting to the Heart of God’s Story (Adult Curriculum). You can purchase this 31-week study for 40% off at the Connections Center in the Shoreline lobby. (If you can’t afford this and are going to be part of a group, please contact Romel.)

September 23, 2012 Sermon

On September 25, 2012, in Media, by Shoreline Media

09/23/2012 The Man With The Plan || Week 3 || Kevin Harney || No Ordinary Man ||

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09/23/2012 The Man With The Plan || Week 3 || Kevin Harney || No Ordinary Man ||

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Weekly Reading Plans :: 09.23.12

On September 22, 2012, in Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

The Story Reading

Sunday- The Story (pgs. 353-355)
Monday- The Story (pgs. 355-358)
Tuesday- The Story (pgs. 358-361)
Wednesday- The Story (pgs. 361-363)
Thursday- The Story (pgs. 363-366)
Friday- Mark 8-9
Saturday- John 7

Bible in a Year (Chronological Reading)

Sunday- Esther 1-5
Monday- Esther 6-10
Tuesday- Ezra 7-10
Wednesday- Nehemiah 1-5
Thursday- Nehemiah 6-7
Friday- Nehemiah 8-10
Saturday- Nehemiah 11-13 , Psalm 126

Memorize/Reflect: “The men were amazed and asked, ‘What kind of man is this? Even the winds and the waves obey him!’” (Matthew 8:27)

Personal Reflection: What do you learn as you read the teaching of Jesus? Where are you affirmed and blessed? Where are you convicted and moved to repentance?

Discussion: What is one miracle of Jesus that really wakes you up to His power and glory? What do you learn about the person and heart of Jesus as you read about this miracle?

Prayer Direction: Praise God for His power and glory over the material world and the spiritual world. Ask for the power of the risen Jesus to be alive in your life and in your church.

“Live It!” Challenge: Read Matthew 5-7 (The Sermon on the Mount). Take note of one or two of the teachings of Jesus that really convict you. Take action to align your life with the teaching of Jesus in one of these areas.

Monthly Prayer Focus: As we walk through the life of Jesus, The Man With the Plan, we will seek to learn from His prayers. Take time this week to read and pray through John 17 (Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer).

Extra Resources for this week: Make sure you have a copy of The Story. Also, consider buying a copy of the book, Exploring the Story, by Adam Barr. If you do, read chapter 24.

Small Group Resources for this week: Chapter 24 of The Story: Getting to the Heart of God’s Story (Adult Curriculum). You can purchase this 31-week study for 40% off at the Connections Center in the Shoreline lobby. (If you can’t afford this and are going to be part of a group, please contact Romel.)

The Story Reading

Sunday- The Story (pgs. 353-355)
Monday- The Story (pgs. 355-358)
Tuesday- The Story (pgs. 358-361)
Wednesday- The Story (pgs. 361-363)
Thursday- The Story (pgs. 363-366)
Friday- Mark 8-9
Saturday- John 7

Bible in a Year (Chronological Reading)

Sunday- Esther 1-5
Monday- Esther 6-10
Tuesday- Ezra 7-10
Wednesday- Nehemiah 1-5
Thursday- Nehemiah 6-7
Friday- Nehemiah 8-10
Saturday- Nehemiah 11-13 , Psalm 126

Memorize/Reflect: “The men were amazed and asked, ‘What kind of man is this? Even the winds and the waves obey him!’” (Matthew 8:27)

Personal Reflection: What do you learn as you read the teaching of Jesus? Where are you affirmed and blessed? Where are you convicted and moved to repentance?

Discussion: What is one miracle of Jesus that really wakes you up to His power and glory? What do you learn about the person and heart of Jesus as you read about this miracle?

Prayer Direction: Praise God for His power and glory over the material world and the spiritual world. Ask for the power of the risen Jesus to be alive in your life and in your church.

“Live It!” Challenge: Read Matthew 5-7 (The Sermon on the Mount). Take note of one or two of the teachings of Jesus that really convict you. Take action to align your life with the teaching of Jesus in one of these areas.

Monthly Prayer Focus: As we walk through the life of Jesus, The Man With the Plan, we will seek to learn from His prayers. Take time this week to read and pray through John 17 (Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer).

Extra Resources for this week: Make sure you have a copy of The Story. Also, consider buying a copy of the book, Exploring the Story, by Adam Barr. If you do, read chapter 24.

Small Group Resources for this week: Chapter 24 of The Story: Getting to the Heart of God’s Story (Adult Curriculum). You can purchase this 31-week study for 40% off at the Connections Center in the Shoreline lobby. (If you can’t afford this and are going to be part of a group, please contact Romel.)

Community Outreach News

On September 21, 2012, in Community Outreach, by CommunityOutreach

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It may not seem like Christmas but its time to start preparing for OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD on Sunday October 7th!

Did you know that:

  • Operation Christmas Child brings joy & hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes and the message of God’s unconditional love.
  • Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes travel around the world using every imaginable form of transportation: trucks, boats, planes and even camels.
  • Many of the children who receive a shoe box are being given the first gift they have ever received.
  • Operation Christmas Child is a fun and easy project that can involve people of all ages.
  • When culturally appropriate, children who received gift-filled shoe boxes are offered a colorful booklet, called The Greatest Gift of All, which explains the message of salvation through Jesus Christ in the child’s own language.
  • Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes open doors for Samaritan’s Purse to provide children, families, and communities with access to safe water, food, clothing, shelter, medical assistance and/or educational resources.
  • Since 1993, more than 94 million shoe boxes have been collected and distributed around the world.

Here is how you can get involved:

  • Select a shoebox from the Operation Christmas Child Booth starting Sunday October 7th or purchase a shoe box -sized plastic box. If wrapping your shoe box, please wrap the lid separately
  • Boy or Girl? Determine whether your gift will be for a boy or a girl and the child’s age category (ex. 2-4, 5-9,or 10-14)
  • Fill your shoe box with a well-balanced variety of items from the following categories:
    1. School Supplies – Items such as pencils, pens, pencil crayons, note pads and picture books
    2. Toy & Other Gifts – Items such as stuffed animals, small musical instruments, hair clips, toy jewelry, t-shirts, socks and candy (loose, individually wrapped hard candy in a sealable bag)
    3. Hygiene Items – Please place soap in a sealable bag
    4. Personal Note – Include a personal note and/or photo in your shoe box (not inside the donation envelope)

    DO NOT INCLUDE:

    1. Toothpaste (due to customs regulations)
    2. Food and any chewy, crumbly or soft candy: Including gum (due to customs regulations)
    3. Used items (due to custom regulations)
    4. Liquids or items that could leak, melt, freeze or break – Shampoo, creams, lip balm, bath gels, mirrors or glass, etc (these can damage other items in the shoe box)
    5. Items that can scare or harm a child – war related toys, knives, toy guns, etc.
    6. Backpacks – using these instead of a shoe box is problematic because it creates unfair circumstances at the distribution events. Backpacks can also cause problems when cartons are being packed and when shipments are going through Customs
  • Please be sure to include your $7 donation for each shoe box you prepare to help cover project costs, including shipping. Simply make your donation online or place a check or cash in an envelope inside your shoe box. If you pack more than one shoe box, please include your total cash or check ($7 x the number of boxes you packed) in just one of the boxes. If you make an online donation, you do not need to include the donation receipt in the shoe box and you will be able to track your gift
  • Please turn in your boxes to the Operation Christmas Child Booth no later than November 11th

Let’s remember how blessed we are and help to bless a child in return! For more information contact Debra Federico.

 

ORGANIC OUTREACH CONFERENCE 2012- NOVEMBER 8th, 9th & 10th

The theme this year is: BECOMING LIGHTHOUSES IN THE STORMS OF LIFE

This 3-day conference will inspire you to learn creative approaches to discussing your faith naturally! Join us for the annual Organic Outreach Conference here at Shoreline Community Church. We will have speakers ssuch as  Mark Mittleberg, Kevin Harney, Dr. Nabeel Qureshi, Gene Appel and Sherry Harney. Learn how to share God’s love organically with the people in your life and change the world for Christ. Register today! See you there!!!

In His Name
Debra Federico and Sharon Burwell
Shoreline Community Church
dfederico@shorelinechurch.org
831.655.0100, x312

 

 

 

 

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It may not seem like Christmas but its time to start preparing for OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD on Sunday October 7th!

Did you know that:

  • Operation Christmas Child brings joy & hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes and the message of God’s unconditional love.
  • Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes travel around the world using every imaginable form of transportation: trucks, boats, planes and even camels.
  • Many of the children who receive a shoe box are being given the first gift they have ever received.
  • Operation Christmas Child is a fun and easy project that can involve people of all ages.
  • When culturally appropriate, children who received gift-filled shoe boxes are offered a colorful booklet, called The Greatest Gift of All, which explains the message of salvation through Jesus Christ in the child’s own language.
  • Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes open doors for Samaritan’s Purse to provide children, families, and communities with access to safe water, food, clothing, shelter, medical assistance and/or educational resources.
  • Since 1993, more than 94 million shoe boxes have been collected and distributed around the world.

Here is how you can get involved:

  • Select a shoebox from the Operation Christmas Child Booth starting Sunday October 7th or purchase a shoe box -sized plastic box. If wrapping your shoe box, please wrap the lid separately
  • Boy or Girl? Determine whether your gift will be for a boy or a girl and the child’s age category (ex. 2-4, 5-9,or 10-14)
  • Fill your shoe box with a well-balanced variety of items from the following categories:
    1. School Supplies – Items such as pencils, pens, pencil crayons, note pads and picture books
    2. Toy & Other Gifts – Items such as stuffed animals, small musical instruments, hair clips, toy jewelry, t-shirts, socks and candy (loose, individually wrapped hard candy in a sealable bag)
    3. Hygiene Items – Please place soap in a sealable bag
    4. Personal Note – Include a personal note and/or photo in your shoe box (not inside the donation envelope)

    DO NOT INCLUDE:

    1. Toothpaste (due to customs regulations)
    2. Food and any chewy, crumbly or soft candy: Including gum (due to customs regulations)
    3. Used items (due to custom regulations)
    4. Liquids or items that could leak, melt, freeze or break – Shampoo, creams, lip balm, bath gels, mirrors or glass, etc (these can damage other items in the shoe box)
    5. Items that can scare or harm a child – war related toys, knives, toy guns, etc.
    6. Backpacks – using these instead of a shoe box is problematic because it creates unfair circumstances at the distribution events. Backpacks can also cause problems when cartons are being packed and when shipments are going through Customs
  • Please be sure to include your $7 donation for each shoe box you prepare to help cover project costs, including shipping. Simply make your donation online or place a check or cash in an envelope inside your shoe box. If you pack more than one shoe box, please include your total cash or check ($7 x the number of boxes you packed) in just one of the boxes. If you make an online donation, you do not need to include the donation receipt in the shoe box and you will be able to track your gift
  • Please turn in your boxes to the Operation Christmas Child Booth no later than November 11th

Let’s remember how blessed we are and help to bless a child in return! For more information contact Debra Federico.

 

ORGANIC OUTREACH CONFERENCE 2012- NOVEMBER 8th, 9th & 10th

The theme this year is: BECOMING LIGHTHOUSES IN THE STORMS OF LIFE

This 3-day conference will inspire you to learn creative approaches to discussing your faith naturally! Join us for the annual Organic Outreach Conference here at Shoreline Community Church. We will have speakers ssuch as  Mark Mittleberg, Kevin Harney, Dr. Nabeel Qureshi, Gene Appel and Sherry Harney. Learn how to share God’s love organically with the people in your life and change the world for Christ. Register today! See you there!!!

In His Name
Debra Federico and Sharon Burwell
Shoreline Community Church
dfederico@shorelinechurch.org
831.655.0100, x312

 

 

 

 

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