ACTS: THE CHURCH ON MISSION
The Prayer of the Church on Mission
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A Paradigm of Prayer
A healthy church prays together about everything (4:23-24a).
A healthy church praises God as a part of their prayer (4:24b).
A healthy church aligns their prayers with Scripture (4:25-26).
A healthy church acknowledges the sovereignty of God in their prayers (4:27-28).
A healthy church prays for bold witness in Jesus name (4:29-30).
A healthy church waits for God’s answer (4:31).
Living on Mission:
The church of Jesus Christ, empowered by the Holy Spirit,
prays together about everything, aligning themselves with God’s purpose
as they await His answer.
This Week’s Growth Guide
God’s Word is both central and critical to your spiritual growth.
We invite you to utilize the Growth Guide during the week to further your application of the Truth from the message.
- Monday – Isaiah 37:14-20
- Tuesday – Matthew 6:5-15
- Wednesday – Luke 11:1-4
- Thursday – John 17:1-26
- Friday – Acts 4:32-37
Home Church Questions
• Read Acts 4:23-31
• Is there anything new, interesting or memorable from today’s message?
• Is there an immediate application you know you need to make? How can your Home Church support you in your obedience to make this application?
• Share patterns you have used to guide your prayers.
• How does aligning ourselves with the purposes of God impact our prayer life? How do we do that?
• Explore what it would look like to use scripture as a guide for your prayers.
• Share with the group the names of people you are praying will come to know Christ as Savior because of your witness and testimony.
• Spend some time (in addition to your regular prayer time) praying for opportunities and boldness in your witness.
• Share some clear answers to your personal prayers with the group.
“Why They Stay”
November 3 , 2018
Research shows that teenagers are some of the most religiously active Americans, but American twenty-somethings are the least religiously active.
We are inviting the entire Fellowship Family to join us Saturday, November 3, 8:30-1:30 as we discuss what we can do to help change this phenomenon.
Break out sessions will be offered and led by Fellowship pastoral staff.
Childcare will be provided along with a continental breakfast and lunch catered by Fat Daddy’s.
Register at the Connection Center or www.fellowshipconway.org/register.
Operation Christmas Child Collection Week| November 12-19
Today is the day – we are officially launching the 2018 Operation Christmas Child collection season! Today you can start picking up your wrapped shoeboxes, today you can start packing, today you can start praying, today you can start signing up to work in our Central Drop Off, today is the day you can start recruiting your family, neighbors and co-workers to fill boxes. Today is the day and this is the opportunity that God has prepared in advance for us. Filled boxes need to be turned in during National Collection Week Nov.12-19. As we charge forward toward our goal of 6,100 shoeboxes, “Let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works.” Heb. 10:24.
FSM Middle School Retreat | November 16-18 | Camp Solgohachia
All 5-7th grade students our “Alive” retreat is almost here. This will be an incredible weekend focusing on our relationship with Christ, fellowship with one another, and a whole lot of fun! $90 includes lodging and all food for the weekend ($20 off for second child).
Fellowship Volunteer Opportunities
Ushers – We are looking for some men and women who are willing to work with a team and serve as ushers. Email Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Valet Parking – Our new Northwest Entrance will provide a shorter distance from your vehicle to a seat in the Worship Center for anyone who needs it. When it is completed we want to provide valet parking for our elderly and anyone unable to manage the distance from the parking spaces. We are looking for a dedicated team with a big heart for serving. For more information, contact Michael Harrison at email@example.com.
Every year, CoHO (City of Hope Outreach)provides a Thanksgiving meal for the people living within the communities they serve. For some in the community, their financial constraints mean that this is the only opportunity they have to celebrate this holiday. We have the opportunity to partner with CoHO by providing food items for this meal. If you would like to help, please contact Mary Nabholz at 501-499-1083 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Weekly budget 24,519
Giving For 10/7 26,105
Giving For 10/14 31,200
YTD Budget 392,308
YTD Giving 350,807
Over (under) (41,501)
Total Pledge 1,537,172