Weekly Reading | 1.19.14

On January 18, 2014, in Featured-Auto, Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

View the Weekly Bulletin Online

Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayGenesis 1:1-2:3 & Exodus 20:8-11
MondayMark 2:23-3:6 & Luke 6:1-11
Tuesday1 Corinthians 6:12-20 & Matthew 6:25-34
WednesdayPhilippians 4
ThursdayJohn 14
FridayPsalm 23
SaturdayPsalm 62 & Psalm 63

Shockwaves – Week 2
“You Too Can Hear the Voice of God”

Memorize/Reflect:  “When he has brought out all his own, he goes on ahead of them, and his sheep follow him because they know his voice.” (John 10:4)

Prayer Direction:  Ask for ears that are open to hear the promptings and voice of God and for a life that is ever ready to respond to God’s leading. Pray for discipline to dig into the Scriptures and learn the truth God wants to speak through His written Word.

“Live It!” Challenge – Track God’s Whispers: Start a journal or an e-document where you write down the nudges, whispers, and direction God gives you. These can be lessons from the Bible, gentle whispers in your heart, a word from a trusted believer, or anything you sense God is speaking to you. After thirty days, look back and see if there are themes and consistent messages God is speaking to you. Then, seek to obey His leading (always testing everything against the unchanging truth of the Bible).

Growth Group Discussion: 
Read: Isaiah 6:1-8 and Hebrews 12:1-3.
Read: The story about Cameron in the introduction of section two of Seismic Shifts (Page 56).

  1. How did Cameron find strength, peace and confidence in a situation that felt scary to him? Tell about a time you turned your eyes off yourself and focused on God in a way that brought confidence.
  2. How do you see the disease of “Myopia” (having our eyes primarily on ourselves and our self-interests) spreading through our culture and even the church?
  3. Why is it so challenging to keep our eyes on God through the course of the day?
  4. What is one practical thing you can do to focus your vision more closely on God and less on you as you walk through the day?
  5. Imagine a person who comes to your worship service with the following mindset:

    I am here to receive. I want music that inspires me, a sermon that grips my attention, and I want every element of the worship service to fit my personal tastes and style. If there is something in the service that does not meet my needs or hold my attention, I will be quick to critique it and tell people that I was not happy with that part of the service.

    Respond to one of the following questions:
    o How might this attitude impact this person’s worship experience?
    o How might this person’s disposition impact other people?
    o What message does this kind of attitude send to God?
    o What advice would you give to this person?

  6. Imagine another worshipper with who comes to church with this attitude:

    I am here to give praise and honor to God. This service is not about me, but about God’s glory. No matter what the music, prayers or sermon are like, I will do all I can to lift up the name of Jesus and be an authentic worshipper!

    Respond to one of the following questions:
    o How might this attitude impact this person’s worship experience?
    o How might this person’s disposition impact other people?
    o What message does this kind of attitude send to God?
    o What changes can you make to have an attitude more like this person?

  7. In chapter five of Seismic Shifts we saw five images of how the Bible works in our lives. They were:
    • As a lamp to illuminate our way (Psalm 119:105)
    • Like sweet honey (Psalm 119:103)
    • A training manual that equips for ministry (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
    • A surgeon’s scalpel that cuts to heal (Hebrews 4:12-13)
    • A sword for spiritual warfare (Ephesians 6:17)

    How have you experienced the Bible working in one of these ways in your life?

  8. Read: John 10:1-6
  9. As Jesus teaches about his relationship with his followers, he uses the image of a shepherd and sheep. Jesus says, “…his sheep follow him because they know his voice.” In chapter six of Seismic Shifts we reflected on some of the ways God speaks to his children:

    • The Bible
    • Other people
    • Circumstances
    • A still small voice
    • Dreams and visions
    • Other ways

    How have you learned to recognize the voice of God through one or more of these conduits?

View the Weekly Bulletin Online

Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayGenesis 1:1-2:3 & Exodus 20:8-11
MondayMark 2:23-3:6 & Luke 6:1-11
Tuesday1 Corinthians 6:12-20 & Matthew 6:25-34
WednesdayPhilippians 4
ThursdayJohn 14
FridayPsalm 23
SaturdayPsalm 62 & Psalm 63

Shockwaves – Week 2
“You Too Can Hear the Voice of God”

Memorize/Reflect:  “When he has brought out all his own, he goes on ahead of them, and his sheep follow him because they know his voice.” (John 10:4)

Prayer Direction:  Ask for ears that are open to hear the promptings and voice of God and for a life that is ever ready to respond to God’s leading. Pray for discipline to dig into the Scriptures and learn the truth God wants to speak through His written Word.

“Live It!” Challenge – Track God’s Whispers: Start a journal or an e-document where you write down the nudges, whispers, and direction God gives you. These can be lessons from the Bible, gentle whispers in your heart, a word from a trusted believer, or anything you sense God is speaking to you. After thirty days, look back and see if there are themes and consistent messages God is speaking to you. Then, seek to obey His leading (always testing everything against the unchanging truth of the Bible).

Growth Group Discussion: 
Read: Isaiah 6:1-8 and Hebrews 12:1-3.
Read: The story about Cameron in the introduction of section two of Seismic Shifts (Page 56).

  1. How did Cameron find strength, peace and confidence in a situation that felt scary to him? Tell about a time you turned your eyes off yourself and focused on God in a way that brought confidence.
  2. How do you see the disease of “Myopia” (having our eyes primarily on ourselves and our self-interests) spreading through our culture and even the church?
  3. Why is it so challenging to keep our eyes on God through the course of the day?
  4. What is one practical thing you can do to focus your vision more closely on God and less on you as you walk through the day?
  5. Imagine a person who comes to your worship service with the following mindset:

    I am here to receive. I want music that inspires me, a sermon that grips my attention, and I want every element of the worship service to fit my personal tastes and style. If there is something in the service that does not meet my needs or hold my attention, I will be quick to critique it and tell people that I was not happy with that part of the service.

    Respond to one of the following questions:
    o How might this attitude impact this person’s worship experience?
    o How might this person’s disposition impact other people?
    o What message does this kind of attitude send to God?
    o What advice would you give to this person?

  6. Imagine another worshipper with who comes to church with this attitude:

    I am here to give praise and honor to God. This service is not about me, but about God’s glory. No matter what the music, prayers or sermon are like, I will do all I can to lift up the name of Jesus and be an authentic worshipper!

    Respond to one of the following questions:
    o How might this attitude impact this person’s worship experience?
    o How might this person’s disposition impact other people?
    o What message does this kind of attitude send to God?
    o What changes can you make to have an attitude more like this person?

  7. In chapter five of Seismic Shifts we saw five images of how the Bible works in our lives. They were:
    • As a lamp to illuminate our way (Psalm 119:105)
    • Like sweet honey (Psalm 119:103)
    • A training manual that equips for ministry (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
    • A surgeon’s scalpel that cuts to heal (Hebrews 4:12-13)
    • A sword for spiritual warfare (Ephesians 6:17)

    How have you experienced the Bible working in one of these ways in your life?

  8. Read: John 10:1-6
  9. As Jesus teaches about his relationship with his followers, he uses the image of a shepherd and sheep. Jesus says, “…his sheep follow him because they know his voice.” In chapter six of Seismic Shifts we reflected on some of the ways God speaks to his children:

    • The Bible
    • Other people
    • Circumstances
    • A still small voice
    • Dreams and visions
    • Other ways

    How have you learned to recognize the voice of God through one or more of these conduits?

Weekly Reading | 1.12.14

On January 11, 2014, in Featured-Auto, Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

View the Weekly Bulletin Online

Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 11-12:3
MondayIsaiah 6:1-8 & Revelation 5
TuesdayPsalm 119:1-56
WednesdayPsalm 119:57-120
ThursdayPsalm 119:121-176
FridayJohn 17
SaturdayMatthew 6:5-15 & Colossians 1:1-14

Shockwaves – Week 1
“Stop Working and Start Partying”

Memorize/Reflect:  “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast.” (Ephesians 2:8-9)

Prayer Direction:  Thank God for giving you His amazing grace that is totally undeserved. Pray that you will learn to celebrate and rejoice, every day, in the greatness of God’s love.

“Live It!” Challenge – Make a List: Write down a list of 20-25 things God has done for you, given to you, or provided. Then, reflect on what you did to deserve these things. Let God amaze you with His love and provision that are utterly undeserved, but given freely anyways!

Growth Group Discussion: 

  1. In the introduction to Seismic Shifts there are numerous examples of little changes or movements that make a big difference such as: movement along a fault line, a spoon taped to a pen, a person’s attitude about worship styles, a domino being pushed over, and a husband’s commitment to say “I love you.” All of these are examples of little changes that can make a big difference. Tell about a small choice you made and how this decision sent shockwaves through your life.
    Read: The introduction for section one of Seismic Shifts (Pages 16-18).
  2. What might it look like when a person is “playing with mud pies in the slums” when God offers “a holiday by the sea”? How do you think God feels when he sees his children living this way? Read: Ephesians 4:14-15 and Hebrews 5:12-6:1.
  3. What is God’s message to those who are comfortable staying in the same place spiritually and who don’t desire to mature in their faith and risk the shockwaves God wants to send through their life?
    Read: The story about Zach learning to swim (Page 21).
  4. What is one area of your life God is trying to get you to swim but you are clutching to the chain link fence and don’t want to let go? What do you believe God wants to say to you about letting go of the fence and taking a risk in this area of your life? What shockwaves might ripple through your life if you let go of the fence and trust God?
  5. In chapter 1 of Seismic Shifts we look at key indicators that we are taking joy-filled steps forward in spiritual maturity. Below is a list of all seven. Think about each one and identify where you are in your spiritual growth in each area of your life. Circle one of the four options:
  6. Learning to Feed Ourselves (Studying the Bible on your own)

    Taking First Steps  - Walking – Jogging  - Running

    Learning to Talk and Listen (Developing an active prayer life)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Sharing (Growing in generosity toward God and people)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Helping Others (Serving others and entering into ministry by caring for others)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Loving People (Fulfilling God’s call to “Love your neighbor as yourself”)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Loving God (Living with passion to love God with all your heart, soul and mind)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Living in a Bigger World (Growing a heart for those who outside of God’s family)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Identify one area you are doing well and showing signs of growth and tell your small group how you are you experiencing joy as you grow in this area of spiritual maturity. Identify an area you desire to take a step forward in spiritual maturity. What is one shift you can make that will help you grow up in faith in this area of your spiritual life?
    Read: Psalm 139:1-16.

  7. What do you learn about how God sees you and feels about you from this passage?
    Read: The opening story about naptime in kindergarten at the beginning of chapter two in Seismic Shifts.
  8. Tell about a time when you discovered that a large part of your value (in the eyes of some people) was based on how you behaved or performed and describe how this impacted the way you viewed yourself.
    Read: John 3:16-17, Romans 5:8 and John 15:13.
  9. How does God’s message of love fly in the face of what the world teaches us about our value?
  10. Which of these three realities do you most need to embrace and accept with greater faith?
    • God wants you to take simple steps toward growth in spiritual maturity.
    • God wants you to know that you are saved by grace and you don’t have to work for His love and affection.
    • God wants you to rejoice and learn to worship with greater passion.
  11. What is one practical step forward that you can take as you seek to embrace and live in this reality?

 

 

View the Weekly Bulletin Online

Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayHebrews 11-12:3
MondayIsaiah 6:1-8 & Revelation 5
TuesdayPsalm 119:1-56
WednesdayPsalm 119:57-120
ThursdayPsalm 119:121-176
FridayJohn 17
SaturdayMatthew 6:5-15 & Colossians 1:1-14

Shockwaves – Week 1
“Stop Working and Start Partying”

Memorize/Reflect:  “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast.” (Ephesians 2:8-9)

Prayer Direction:  Thank God for giving you His amazing grace that is totally undeserved. Pray that you will learn to celebrate and rejoice, every day, in the greatness of God’s love.

“Live It!” Challenge – Make a List: Write down a list of 20-25 things God has done for you, given to you, or provided. Then, reflect on what you did to deserve these things. Let God amaze you with His love and provision that are utterly undeserved, but given freely anyways!

Growth Group Discussion: 

  1. In the introduction to Seismic Shifts there are numerous examples of little changes or movements that make a big difference such as: movement along a fault line, a spoon taped to a pen, a person’s attitude about worship styles, a domino being pushed over, and a husband’s commitment to say “I love you.” All of these are examples of little changes that can make a big difference. Tell about a small choice you made and how this decision sent shockwaves through your life.
    Read: The introduction for section one of Seismic Shifts (Pages 16-18).
  2. What might it look like when a person is “playing with mud pies in the slums” when God offers “a holiday by the sea”? How do you think God feels when he sees his children living this way? Read: Ephesians 4:14-15 and Hebrews 5:12-6:1.
  3. What is God’s message to those who are comfortable staying in the same place spiritually and who don’t desire to mature in their faith and risk the shockwaves God wants to send through their life?
    Read: The story about Zach learning to swim (Page 21).
  4. What is one area of your life God is trying to get you to swim but you are clutching to the chain link fence and don’t want to let go? What do you believe God wants to say to you about letting go of the fence and taking a risk in this area of your life? What shockwaves might ripple through your life if you let go of the fence and trust God?
  5. In chapter 1 of Seismic Shifts we look at key indicators that we are taking joy-filled steps forward in spiritual maturity. Below is a list of all seven. Think about each one and identify where you are in your spiritual growth in each area of your life. Circle one of the four options:
  6. Learning to Feed Ourselves (Studying the Bible on your own)

    Taking First Steps  - Walking – Jogging  - Running

    Learning to Talk and Listen (Developing an active prayer life)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Sharing (Growing in generosity toward God and people)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Helping Others (Serving others and entering into ministry by caring for others)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Loving People (Fulfilling God’s call to “Love your neighbor as yourself”)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Loving God (Living with passion to love God with all your heart, soul and mind)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Living in a Bigger World (Growing a heart for those who outside of God’s family)

    Taking First Steps – Walking – Jogging – Running

    Identify one area you are doing well and showing signs of growth and tell your small group how you are you experiencing joy as you grow in this area of spiritual maturity. Identify an area you desire to take a step forward in spiritual maturity. What is one shift you can make that will help you grow up in faith in this area of your spiritual life?
    Read: Psalm 139:1-16.

  7. What do you learn about how God sees you and feels about you from this passage?
    Read: The opening story about naptime in kindergarten at the beginning of chapter two in Seismic Shifts.
  8. Tell about a time when you discovered that a large part of your value (in the eyes of some people) was based on how you behaved or performed and describe how this impacted the way you viewed yourself.
    Read: John 3:16-17, Romans 5:8 and John 15:13.
  9. How does God’s message of love fly in the face of what the world teaches us about our value?
  10. Which of these three realities do you most need to embrace and accept with greater faith?
    • God wants you to take simple steps toward growth in spiritual maturity.
    • God wants you to know that you are saved by grace and you don’t have to work for His love and affection.
    • God wants you to rejoice and learn to worship with greater passion.
  11. What is one practical step forward that you can take as you seek to embrace and live in this reality?

 

 

Weekly Reading | 1.5.14

On January 4, 2014, in Featured-Auto, Weekly Reading, by Shoreline

View the Weekly Bulletin Online

Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayPsalm 4-5
MondayPsalm 30
TuesdayEphesians 4
WednesdayPsalm 139
ThursdayPhilippians 3
FridayRomans 8
SaturdayEphesians 2

Memorize/Reflect:  “…until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:12-13)

Prayer Direction:  Ask God to show you one specific area you need to take a step forward in living like Jesus. Pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to fill you as you seek to love God with greater passion in the coming year.

“Live It!” Challenge – The Fullness of Jesus: We are called to grow mature and attain the whole measure of the fullness of Jesus! Wow, what a goal. Identify one attitude or action in your life that you know does not reflect the heart of Jesus. Set a specific goal to make a change in this area of your life in the coming month. Then, share this goal with a Christian friend and ask them to keep you accountable and to pray for you. A month from now, give a report on how God has changed this attitude or action in your life.

Growth Group Discussion: 

    1. Tell about a Christian you know who lives (or lived) with a clear and strong passion for Jesus. What characteristics and actions mark the life of a person deeply in love with Jesus?
    2. Which of these spiritual disciplines most marks your life and what do you do to grow this part of your spiritual life?
      • Being a serious student of the Scriptures,
      • Spending time in passionate prayer,
      • Committing to sacrificial service,
      • Living with Honest Holiness,
      • Growing in Generous Giving.

      Which of these is toughest for you and what is one step you can take to move forward in maturity in this specific area of your spiritual life?

    3. Read: Psalm 119:1-8. What do you learn about the Bible (God’s commands, ways, law, statutes, precepts, decrees) from this passage? Why is it so important for Christians to immerse their hearts and minds in the teaching of the Bible?
    4. Read: 2 Timothy 3:14-17. What do you learn about the Scriptures (the Bible) from this passage? How does reading the Bible make you wise? Give an example.
    5. How does the Bible do each of the following things:
      • Teach us…
      • Rebuke us…
      • Correct us…
      • Train us…
      • Equip us for good works…

      If you can think of a passage in the Bible that does one of these things, share the passage as well.

    6. There are many ways we can grow in our understanding of Scripture and obedience to what God teaches in His Word. What is the value of one of these specific ways of becoming a student of Scripture? If you have a personal story to share, please do:
      • Learning God’s Word in the community and accountability of a Growth Group (small group),
      • Digging into God’s Word through personal reading and study of the Bible (Using the church reading guide or your own study),
      • Being in a Bible Study (Men’s group, Women’s group, or some other group),
      • Being in a Bible Class (Like Precepts or another church or community based class).
    7. As you enter a new year, what is one goal you have to grow in your knowledge of the Bible and commitment to live out the truth of Scripture in your daily life? How can your group members pray for you, cheer you on, and keep you accountable?

View the Weekly Bulletin Online

Reading Plan for next week’s message

SundayPsalm 4-5
MondayPsalm 30
TuesdayEphesians 4
WednesdayPsalm 139
ThursdayPhilippians 3
FridayRomans 8
SaturdayEphesians 2

Memorize/Reflect:  “…until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:12-13)

Prayer Direction:  Ask God to show you one specific area you need to take a step forward in living like Jesus. Pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to fill you as you seek to love God with greater passion in the coming year.

“Live It!” Challenge – The Fullness of Jesus: We are called to grow mature and attain the whole measure of the fullness of Jesus! Wow, what a goal. Identify one attitude or action in your life that you know does not reflect the heart of Jesus. Set a specific goal to make a change in this area of your life in the coming month. Then, share this goal with a Christian friend and ask them to keep you accountable and to pray for you. A month from now, give a report on how God has changed this attitude or action in your life.

Growth Group Discussion: 

    1. Tell about a Christian you know who lives (or lived) with a clear and strong passion for Jesus. What characteristics and actions mark the life of a person deeply in love with Jesus?
    2. Which of these spiritual disciplines most marks your life and what do you do to grow this part of your spiritual life?
      • Being a serious student of the Scriptures,
      • Spending time in passionate prayer,
      • Committing to sacrificial service,
      • Living with Honest Holiness,
      • Growing in Generous Giving.

      Which of these is toughest for you and what is one step you can take to move forward in maturity in this specific area of your spiritual life?

    3. Read: Psalm 119:1-8. What do you learn about the Bible (God’s commands, ways, law, statutes, precepts, decrees) from this passage? Why is it so important for Christians to immerse their hearts and minds in the teaching of the Bible?
    4. Read: 2 Timothy 3:14-17. What do you learn about the Scriptures (the Bible) from this passage? How does reading the Bible make you wise? Give an example.
    5. How does the Bible do each of the following things:
      • Teach us…
      • Rebuke us…
      • Correct us…
      • Train us…
      • Equip us for good works…

      If you can think of a passage in the Bible that does one of these things, share the passage as well.

    6. There are many ways we can grow in our understanding of Scripture and obedience to what God teaches in His Word. What is the value of one of these specific ways of becoming a student of Scripture? If you have a personal story to share, please do:
      • Learning God’s Word in the community and accountability of a Growth Group (small group),
      • Digging into God’s Word through personal reading and study of the Bible (Using the church reading guide or your own study),
      • Being in a Bible Study (Men’s group, Women’s group, or some other group),
      • Being in a Bible Class (Like Precepts or another church or community based class).
    7. As you enter a new year, what is one goal you have to grow in your knowledge of the Bible and commitment to live out the truth of Scripture in your daily life? How can your group members pray for you, cheer you on, and keep you accountable?

Night of Worship 2014

On January 2, 2014, in Featured-Auto, by Shoreline

Night of Worship-2014-Email Blast

Overflowing Blessing…Too Much to Handle!

God wants to bless you.  He really does!  He blesses you so that you can overflow with His blessing everywhere you go.  The apostle Paul wrote these words inspired by the Holy Spirit, “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ.”  God has blessed you with every blessing possible…in Christ!  Join us at Nights of Worship (normally on the third Monday of the month) as we discover the greatness of God’s blessing and as we learn to share it with others! We will experience rich fellowship, deep times of worship in song, focused times of prayer, and intense learning from the Bible.  This series of Wednesday Night services is designed for Christians who want to go deeper in their faith.  We share communion each time we gather.

Join us for these dates in 2014:

January 22

February 19

March 19

 April 16CANCELLED

May 21

June 18

September 17

October 22

November 26- Whole family Thanksgiving Eve service!

Thanksgiving Eve Night of Worship – Wednesday, November 26 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 26th  at 6:30pm Bring your entire family and join us for a Thanksgiving Eve Night of Worship. Together we will celebrate and give thanks to God for who He is and what He does in our lives. There will be a special opportunity to share what your family is thankful for this Thanksgiving. Through communion, song and creative, kid-friendly elements your entire family will be able to express their thankfulness. Childcare available for Nursery – 3 years old.

 

Night of Worship-2014-Email Blast

Overflowing Blessing…Too Much to Handle!

God wants to bless you.  He really does!  He blesses you so that you can overflow with His blessing everywhere you go.  The apostle Paul wrote these words inspired by the Holy Spirit, “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ.”  God has blessed you with every blessing possible…in Christ!  Join us at Nights of Worship (normally on the third Monday of the month) as we discover the greatness of God’s blessing and as we learn to share it with others! We will experience rich fellowship, deep times of worship in song, focused times of prayer, and intense learning from the Bible.  This series of Wednesday Night services is designed for Christians who want to go deeper in their faith.  We share communion each time we gather.

Join us for these dates in 2014:

January 22

February 19

March 19

 April 16CANCELLED

May 21

June 18

September 17

October 22

November 26- Whole family Thanksgiving Eve service!

Thanksgiving Eve Night of Worship – Wednesday, November 26 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 26th  at 6:30pm Bring your entire family and join us for a Thanksgiving Eve Night of Worship. Together we will celebrate and give thanks to God for who He is and what He does in our lives. There will be a special opportunity to share what your family is thankful for this Thanksgiving. Through communion, song and creative, kid-friendly elements your entire family will be able to express their thankfulness. Childcare available for Nursery – 3 years old.

 

Shockwaves

On December 31, 2013, in Featured-Auto, by Shoreline

Shockwaves-Email-Blast

 

Shockwaves…Some things are better than advertised

Let’s be honest, there are times a product or experience does not measure up to what was promised and we end up disappointed.  Some things in life turn out just the way we expect.  But, on a rare occasion we come across something that is actually better than advertised.  Join us at Shoreline Community Church this January and February as we discover six life-changing truths that are bigger and better than we could dream.  Be prepared to be shocked and to see shockwaves of transformation move through your life!

Services times are: Sunday Morning – 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. AND Monday Night – 6:30 p.m.
(Sign Language interpretation at 11:30 a.m. service)

Shockwaves-Email-Blast

 

Shockwaves…Some things are better than advertised

Let’s be honest, there are times a product or experience does not measure up to what was promised and we end up disappointed.  Some things in life turn out just the way we expect.  But, on a rare occasion we come across something that is actually better than advertised.  Join us at Shoreline Community Church this January and February as we discover six life-changing truths that are bigger and better than we could dream.  Be prepared to be shocked and to see shockwaves of transformation move through your life!

Services times are: Sunday Morning – 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. AND Monday Night – 6:30 p.m.
(Sign Language interpretation at 11:30 a.m. service)

Page 5 of 192« First...34567...102030...Last »

Our mission is to help as many people
as possible become totally committed
to Jesus Christ!