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Today at Pender UMC ~ August 16, 2015

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Please join us for a wonderful time of worship this Sunday, August 16th!

At our 8:15 & 11:00 worship services, we return to a part of our heritage as Methodists, the Campmeeting. It will be a time to sing the old hymns and enjoy the upbeat worship, as we continue our sermon series entitled — HOLINESS: DO I REALLY LIVE DIFFERENTLY?

Pastor Kenny will be preaching on “Fruit Inspection Time” (John 15:5-8 Galatians 5:22-23)

To be holy means to live holy. That doesn’t come naturally but it does come when we are close to Jesus. Is your relationship such that you know you are as close to Jesus as you can be, as you desire? When we are there, are there things that just naturally become a part of our lives? Character changes take place naturally and aren’t forced to happen. How is the fruit in your life?

 

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Pastor Dan will be preaching at the 9:30 Contemporary Service on the Sermon Series entitled OLD SCHOOL and his sermon title is “So that…”(John 15:1-8)

We don’t just follow lists of rules in the Bible and practice spiritual exercise for the fun of it. There’s a purpose in mind. If you pursue this purpose, we guarantee life will become more meaningful and fulfilling. Join us as we pursue this purpose together.


For more information about our upcoming sermons, click here.

Listen to 232 past sermons by Pastors Kenny Newsome, Dan Elmore and others in the Pender Podcast.

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Returning in August – CAMPMEETING!

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2015 August CAMPMEETING – HOLINESS: DO I REALLY LIVE DIFFERENT?

August 2 – I’m A Christian So What? – I Peter 1:13-19

9:15 and 11 – Pastor Kenny; 9:30 Common Ground – Pastor Dan

Holiness or being holy isn’t even a word in our vocabulary. Yet, it is the results of anyone who is trying to live like Jesus. Or it should be. We have been told come to Jesus and believe but is that all? Does it mean changes in me as to how I talk and how I act and how I live?

August 9 – It Takes A Change – Gal. 5:16-26 and Isaiah 6:1-8

9:15 and 11 – Pastor Kenny; 9:30 Common Ground – Pastor Dan

What is the difference between how you live and those who do not believe in Jesus? Is there any? Can anyone look at our lives and see that we are holy, different because we follow Jesus. I’ve heard it said “The only difference between me and everyone else is I believe in Jesus.” Is this true? Paul seems to think otherwise. Believing in Jesus is just the beginning. We are to no longer live like the rest of the world but put off these things. How are you doing in the OFF Putting?

August 16 – Fruit Inspection Time – John 15:5-8 and Gal. 5:22-23

9:15 and 11 – Pastor Kenny; 9:30 Common Ground – Pastor Dan

To be holy means to live holy. That doesn’t come naturally but it does come when we are close to Jesus. Is your relationship such that you know you are as close to Jesus as you can be, as you desire? When we are there are things that just naturally become a part of our lives. Characters changes take place naturally and aren’t forced to happen. How is the fruit in your life?

August 23 – In His House: Embrace Your Place – 1 Corinthians 12:12-27

All 3 – Pastor Dan

When we find the place we’re meant to be, we can discover more about ourselves than we thought possible.
In this two-part series, we’ll learn that the search for purpose can lead you to some unexpected places. In week one, learn to embrace the moment in time God has placed you in: you’re there for a reason. And in week two, we’ll explore how God uses highly unlikely people in highly unlikely ways to bring about highly unlikely results, when we’re just obedient.
August 30 – In His House: Unlikely – John 6:1-15

All 3 – Pastor Dan

 

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Galatians 5:22-23 ~ Today’s Bible Verse

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But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. –Galatians 5:22-23

 

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