We are excited to begin our summer series, “i am.” We tend to think of sins as big bad things we do, and while that is true, our issues are much bigger. We struggle with “falling short” every day in small ways too. How do we deal with the tough moments of live and the different things that go wrong in our life? This series will look at these issues and the role GRACE plays in the solution. We’d love to have you join us on Sundays at 8 AM or 1o AM.
Do you ever feel like you are struggling Spiritually? Do you want to be a good Christian but sometimes feel like its too hard? Do you feel like the world is against you if you believe in God.
The struggle is real. Join us as we talk about it.
- Part 1-The Right Fight (sometimes we fight the wrong one)
- Part 2-The Long Game (its a marathon, not a sprint. Sometimes we get stuck in the moments)
- Part 3-Work Prayer (Who doesn’t struggle with prayer?)
- Part 4-No Show (It shouldn’t be an Act)
The series will continue past 4 parts, so stay tuned!
We are excited to announce our Christmas series that will begin with the first Sunday of Advent on December 3rd. Whether they are candles or electric lights, we celebrate the coming of the Light of the World with many lights in this season. Even those who do not know of His coming still put many lights on display.
We will look at the meaning, implication, and application of the original Christmas Light. The series will culminate with a special Christmas Eve Service on December 24th at 6pm. We hope you will join us all month.
We are excited to announce our fall preaching series. Called “War & Peace in Life,” we will look at how we handle conflict and how we make peace. The goal will be to embed Peacemaking principles into our church. This should be a good way to help us in our personal lives as well as making sure we preserve good unity in our fellowship.
The weekly titles are:
- War is Easy, Peace is Hard
- The Silver Lining of Conflict
- The Single Thing
- Pleading the 5th
- Everyone’s a Critic
- Flag on the Play
- Power Up
We hope you will join us starting September 10th (in the new auditorium).
With the conclusion of our Questions series this week, we would like to give you a sneak peek at the two-part series that will launch next week before Ira goes on vacation. It is designed to get us thinking about our Fall ramp-up as we prepare to move into our new facility, implement the Assessment Prescriptions, and further pursue our focus on “His Mission, Our Mission, My Mission.”
The series, called “The Goal,” will help us begin to focus on that mission. Stay Tuned!!
We are excited to announce the next sermon series which will begin next Sunday April 2 and include the Easter Season. We will take a break between Ezra & Nehemiah to focus on Christ’s coming and why He came.
This series, and the Easter holiday, will be a great time to visit for the first time or invite friends to come try out BCBC and hear a message that may get them thinking. It will present the Gospel in a way that is different than what might be expected. It will also be a good challenge for regulars as we further examine what it means to live the Gospel life.
The first week “Seeking” will include an interesting look at the difference between faithfulness and fruitfulness. This will be followed up the next week with “For This Purpose” which will look at a specific part of Jesus’ purpose in coming. This will fall on Palm Sunday.
Part 3 will actually be on Good Friday, April 14. The theme that night will be “The Cut of the Cross” and will look at some of the conflict that comes with the message of the Good News. Sunday will then be Easter and we’ll discuss “Here and There” which will help us examine our eyesight. Second service that day will also feature a cantata by the choir.
The week after Easter we hit Part 5 with “Light & Dark” which will further discuss our sight as well as our heart condition. The series will end up on April 30th with Part 6 “Glory & Hope” and we will take an interesting look at what glory means and how we get it.
We are excited for this April series and hope that you are able to join us for the study. Bring a friend and join our community as we seek to know the One who came for us.
Looking ahead, in May we will be looking at “More to Restore” with Nehemiah. Exciting spring!!