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Bulletin for March 29

March 29, 2020


Identity: Unity In Christ Ephesians 3:7-12


First Thoughts: One of the distinguishing marks of believers is unity within the church. Because it is a distinguishing mark, it obviously is difficult to attain and maintain; in other words, Satan is going to attack believers and our unity. Unity, however, opens the door for us to fulfill specific purposes that God has for the church and for you specifically as a believer. When we commit to unity (putting our own desires aside for the greater purpose of the church) several things happen.

I. We Can Serve Our Community. 7 I was made a servant of this gospel by the gift of God’s grace


II. We Can Reach the Nations. 8 This grace was given to me—the least of all the saints—to proclaim to the Gentiles the incalculable riches of Christ


III. We Can Grow in Faith. 9 and to shed light for all about the administration of the mystery


IV. We Can Gather to Worship. 12 In him we have boldness and confident access through faith in him

Takeaways: • In these difficult times, how will you best use your time at home to prepare yourself for the ministry that God has for you? • Who do you know who is outside of Christ whose heart might now be open? • Who could you serve in Christ? • How do you need to draw upon Christ’s power so that you can grow in your faith and become the Christian God wants you to be? • How do you need to prioritize worship in the coming days and months and prepare for the challenges of being a worshipper?



Deacons of the Week: Announcements Glen Allen, Mike Farmer, Russ Duggan


Announcements


  • We all say “thank you” to Pastor Drew and wish him well in his new ministry. If you would like to send a card, you may drop it off or mail to the church office and we will forward it.

  • Help us update our members database! If you would like to receive announcements, news and more from FBC (including our upcoming Friday email blasts), please update your email or let us add you to our list! Stop by the church office or send a message to kara@fbcathens.com.

  • Check out our all new website for FBCA at www.fbcathens.com. You will find news, sermon recordings, daily devotionals from Pastor Bill, members’ testimonies and much more.

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