November 03: “Your Story Is His Story” (Psalm 105:1-6; John 4:1-30; Acts 22:3-15) We are called to be stewards of the gospel, which means we’re meant to share the Good News of Jesus. To many of us, this feels scary and overwhelming; how can I do that if I’m not a trained evangelist? This message will provide a simple method that every one of us can do. November 10: “Don’t Even Mention the Word ‘$$$$$’!” (Psalm 24:1-6; 1 Timothy 6:6-19) We love it when we have lots of money, but we often don’t like to talk about it, especially when it’s about giving more of it to the church. There’s a lot of misunderstanding and bad theology regards financial stewardship, but hopefully this message will give us a different—and more positive—perspective.
November 17: “We Serve at the Behest of the King” (Psalm 24:7-10; John 13:1-15; 1 Corinthians 12:1-11) As faithful stewards and dedicated disciples, we are servants of the Lord; and because He IS Lord, we serve at His pleasure and follow His command. But He isn’t a taskmaster! He shows us the way by setting an example for us, and He equips us to fulfill our service by imparting the presence and power of the Holy Spirit, Who grants us His spiritual gifts.
November 24: “Friends Giving Through Thanks-Living” (Luke 17:11-19; Acts 4:32-5:6) True friends share things. They give things to one another. They share burdens together. When they invite folks to their homes, they say things to their friends like “Mi casa es tu casa”. Friends become like family! And so it is with the Church. We are all called to live lives filled with great thanksgiving for all the blessings we’ve received, freely given to those who’ve blessed us. Join us this Sunday for a service celebrating a Thanksgiving lifestyle, followed by a generous fellowship meal among friends and family.
Cornwall UMC 717-272-0148
P.O. Box 687 Alden St. Cornwall, PA 17016
For GPS locater enter 50 Freeman Dr. Lebanon, PA
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