Ok guys, I believe that we got you all of your Lifeline now in the emails from Isela. Thanks to Isela for getting these all straight!! Please make sure that you or your coordinator contact everyone today or tomorrow.
Remember for Lifelines on Wednesday nights, there will be a children's Lifeline and Youth Lifeline at the church beginning at 7pm. Your Lifeline does not have to be on campus for the folks in your Lifeline to drop off their children or Youth at the church and then head to your LIfeline. Pastor Trevor is doing the Youth Lifeline and a nice young lady by the name of Vanessa Deluna will be teaching our Children's Lifeline. We will also have a nursery for children under the age of 4. Our nursery workers, Vanessa, and Pastor Trevor will be on campus by 6:45 for your Lifeline to drop off and then head to your LIfeline. All we ask is for everyone to pick up their children or teens no later than 8:30.
Finally, here is a possible agenda for the first meeting:
7:30-7:40 Ice Breaker
7:40-8:10 Discussion of Lifeline Questions
8:10-8:20 Prayer Requests
8:20-8:25 Organization of food for the following week.
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THIS WEEK:
- Transformation Classes begin on Sunday, February 7th@9am in Pastor Lee's office. The Transformation Classes last for four week and they are progressive so they need to be taken in order.
- Transformation 5 Class is THIS SUNDAY, 6:30pm, at Pastor Lee's Home. 5219 Roan Field. This is for anyone who has completed all four of the Transformation Classes.
- Marriage Retreat payments are due in full by this Sunday
- When you know someone really well, what affect does it have on your life?
- How does it affect you if they are a very positive strong person compared to how it affects you if they are the opposite?
- How does it affect us the more we know the Lord? As we become more intimate with God, what do we receive from that relationship?
- How do we get to know the Lord more intimately?
- Read Psalm 46:10, What do you think it means to be still and how does this help us to know Him?
- The word 'still' in Hebrew means to literally drop to the ground and be still. It is connected to another word which means 'healing.' It draws the picture of us being still while a doctor can treat us. If we move about too much, how can the doctor do what needs to be done? How does this apply to our relationship with the Lord?
- Are you personally good at being still in the presence of God? Do you personally have a consistency in sitting still in His presence? Why or why not? What are the struggles that keep you from being better?
- How does church fit into this idea of knowing God intimately? How important is church in practicing being still before Him?
- This week, develop a plan of how you will be still before the Lord. Create a Bible reading plan. Start reading a daily devotional. Plan personal worship times. Evaluate your church attendance and if while you are at church, if you are allowing yourself to be emotionally and spiritually still before Him.