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Sunday resources



March 26, 2023

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Children (Infants-5th grade) can be checked in from 9:45-10 am in the front lobby and taken to their classroom. They will learn the bible with our leaders and have fun with other children of similar ages. You can pick up your child and bring them to the main auditorium after the adult Discipleship Groups end at 10:45 am. Nursery (0-4 years old) is available for the entire service. 


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Discipleship Groups

While children (Infants-5th grade) have their own classes, we've created groups for adults to talk about faith and build relationships. Below are some resources and questions that will be used for this week's Discipleship Group time. 

  • Sunday we introduced Jesus' first public message recorded in scripture. We began with his final statements in the message (Matthew 7:24-27) and his prerequisite to understanding it (Matthew 4:17). Of the 90 times Jesus was addressed directly in the gospels, many of those times he was called Teacher. Have you ever thought of Jesus as a teacher? He is Lord and Savior, but to be his disciple means to be his student. Is this a way you view your relationship with Jesus? Why or why not?


  • Extra Scriptures: John 3:1-3; Matthew 7:29; Matthew 28:19-20


Classroom Locations (by last names):

  • Harrison & Ashley Taylor's - Lobby / Main Building

  • Devon & Sun Harris Connect Room / Gym Building--Downstairs

  • Patrick & Elaine Heher - Classroom 301 / Gym Building--Upstairs

  • Adam Parker & Pam Ertz - Classroom 302 / Gym Building--Upstairs

  • Students (6th-12th Grade) - Classroom 203 / Gym Building--Downstairs
  • Young Adults - Coming April 16th

Songs are led by a band with lyrics shown below in the video. The music is diverse in style, with the purpose to glorify God and encourage one another. Biblical Examples: Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16


Giving is a way for us to be like Jesus. As stewards, we are called to be generous with all that we have. Biblical Examples: Matthew 6:21; 1 Corinthians 16:1-2; 2 Corinthians 8:1-4; 9:6-8



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Teaching Notes

A pastor will teach through a biblical text, usually expository (verse by verse, chapter by chapter), for about 25-30 minutes. Teaching notes are made available to follow along and use for later personal study.

The Book of Matthew: Sermon on the Mount

The Beatitudes (5:1-6)

March 26, 2023

Pastor Jarrod Adkins

Prayer is how we talk to God. Prayers can be for personal requests, others, or giving thanks to God. Take some time to pray for each other and other requests shared. Biblical Examples: 1 Timothy 2:1; 1 John 5:14

Communion elements are available at the auditorium entrance each week. Communion is a way to self-examine and focuses on the body and blood of Jesus. We invite every believer to take some time e to reflect, repent, and respond through communion. Biblical Example: 1 Corinthians 11:17-34

If you would like to take any next steps in your faith check out our Discipleship Pathways. Discipleship Pathways clarify how every person can dynamically participate in a relationship with God across the breadth of our church. 

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