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From Our Pastor

Electricity is a wonder of our modern world.  We enjoy its benefits on a daily basis.  This quiet force pulsates within the wires of the walls that surround us, waiting to be tapped.  Without even thinking of the potential power it holds, we harness electricity to serve us simply by plugging in whatever appliance suits our needs.  Have you ever had the unsettling misfortune of flipping the switch on the appliance only to have it not work?  Frustration wells up in you.  You mutter at the appliance and wonder what in the world could be wrong.  But then you notice that it isn’t plugged in.  You feel sort of foolish and quickly fix the problem.  All the time you expected that appliance to work.  You knew the power was there.  You knew what was supposed to happen.  What was wrong?  It wasn’t plugged in.

 

          The greatest demonstration of the power of God was the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.  On Friday, Jesus had suffered one of

the cruelest deaths anyone could suffer.  He suffered on the cross in order to save us from our sins.  On the Sunday morning following His death, Jesus completed His victory over sin, death and Satan by rising from the grave.  It’s hard for us to even begin to understand the awesomeness of that divine energy that surged within the tomb.  The Apostle Paul teaches us in Ephesians, Chapter 1 that that very same power is what God is using to enable and equip each one of us to know Him and serve Him.  The question is, are you properly plugged in to that power?  If not, then it’s like trying to operate an appliance without having it plugged in to that source of electric power.  To be properly plugged in involves faith and prayer.  You see the power you and I use to live victoriously over sin, win our lost family and friends to Christ, and to enjoy the fullest life possible is there all around us, even within us if we are Christians.  There is nothing faulty with the power source.  If nothing is happening within your life that relates to the resurrection power of Jesus, then I suggest that there may be something wrong with the connection between you and God.  Take a good look.  Check your life.  Examine your commitment and faithfulness to see if your life is properly plugged in.

 

 

                                                  Robert

Electricity is a wonder of our modern world.  We enjoy its benefits on a daily basis.  This quiet force pulsates within the wires of the walls that surround us, waiting to be tapped.  Without even thinking of the potential power it holds, we harness electricity to serve us simply by plugging in whatever appliance suits our needs.  Have you ever had the unsettling misfortune of flipping the switch on the appliance only to have it not work?  Frustration wells up in you.  You mutter at the appliance and wonder what in the world could be wrong.  But then you notice that it isn’t plugged in.  You feel sort of foolish and quickly fix the problem.  All the time you expected that appliance to work.  You knew the power was there.  You knew what was supposed to happen.  What was wrong?  It wasn’t plugged in.

 

          The greatest demonstration of the power of God was the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.  On Friday, Jesus had suffered one of

the cruelest deaths anyone could suffer.  He suffered on the cross in order to save us from our sins.  On the Sunday morning following His death, Jesus completed His victory over sin, death and Satan by rising from the grave.  It’s hard for us to even begin to understand the awesomeness of that divine energy that surged within the tomb.  The Apostle Paul teaches us in Ephesians, Chapter 1 that that very same power is what God is using to enable and equip each one of us to know Him and serve Him.  The question is, are you properly plugged in to that power?  If not, then it’s like trying to operate an appliance without having it plugged in to that source of electric power.  To be properly plugged in involves faith and prayer.  You see the power you and I use to live victoriously over sin, win our lost family and friends to Christ, and to enjoy the fullest life possible is there all around us, even within us if we are Christians.  There is nothing faulty with the power source.  If nothing is happening within your life that relates to the resurrection power of Jesus, then I suggest that there may be something wrong with the connection between you and God.  Take a good look.  Check your life.  Examine your commitment and faithfulness to see if your life is properly plugged in.

 

 

                                                  Robert

Bible Study

“Colossians:

Christ Is All You Need”

Sunday Nights

6:00 p.m.

It sounds simplistic, it sounds naïve, it may even sound cliché, but Christ is all you need. He is enough. He is enough to save you. He is enough to develop you. He is enough to sustain you. He is enough to keep you. Christ is all you need. Christ not only is enough—He is everything. If all you have is Christ, you are complete.

In this adult Bible study, pastor Paul Gotthardt challenges believers to move away from performance-based religion. The Christian life is not about trying harder, but trusting Christ more. The issue is not being versus doing; the issue is doing from the overflow of being.

As you walk through the Christological themes of Colossians, you will be reminded that everything God desires to do in and through our lives He will accomplish out of the overflow of our relationship with Christ. Christ is all we need.

Note: February 2 the class will meet at

5:00 p.m.

“Colossians:

Christ Is All You Need”

Sunday Nights

6:00 p.m.

It sounds simplistic, it sounds naïve, it may even sound cliché, but Christ is all you need. He is enough. He is enough to save you. He is enough to develop you. He is enough to sustain you. He is enough to keep you. Christ is all you need. Christ not only is enough—He is everything. If all you have is Christ, you are complete.

In this adult Bible study, pastor Paul Gotthardt challenges believers to move away from performance-based religion. The Christian life is not about trying harder, but trusting Christ more. The issue is not being versus doing; the issue is doing from the overflow of being.

As you walk through the Christological themes of Colossians, you will be reminded that everything God desires to do in and through our lives He will accomplish out of the overflow of our relationship with Christ. Christ is all we need.

Note: February 2 the class will meet at

5:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Easter Sunday Events

Schedule for Sunday April 20, 2014

  7:15 a.m.  Sunrise Service

  8:00 a.m.  Breakfast

  9:00 a.m.  Sunday School

10:00 a.m.  Worship Service

Easter Egg Hunt

Immediately following the 11:00 a.m. worship service

Haymore Church

Preschool thru Grade 5

 

Sunday

  8:30 a.m. Early Morning Worship Service

  9:45 a.m. Sunday School

11:00 a.m. Worship Service

  5:30 p.m. Youth

  6:00-7:00 p.m. Mission Friends, GA’s, RA’s,

                          Nursery Provided

  6:00-7:00 p.m. Adult Study, Young Adult Study

 

Wednesday

 6:00 p.m.  Adult Bible Study

 6:00-6:30 p.m.  Preschool & Children’s Choir &

                   Activities, Youth Meeting

 7:00 p.m.  Hand Chimes

 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir

 

Thursday

  9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.  Food Pantry/Clothes Closet

  7:00-9:00 p.m. Praise Team

Easter Sunday Events

Schedule for Sunday April 20, 2014

  7:15 a.m.  Sunrise Service

  8:00 a.m.  Breakfast

  9:00 a.m.  Sunday School

10:00 a.m.  Worship Service

Easter Egg Hunt

Immediately following the 11:00 a.m. worship service

Haymore Church

Preschool thru Grade 5

 

Sunday

  8:30 a.m. Early Morning Worship Service

  9:45 a.m. Sunday School

11:00 a.m. Worship Service

  5:30 p.m. Youth

  6:00-7:00 p.m. Mission Friends, GA’s, RA’s,

                          Nursery Provided

  6:00-7:00 p.m. Adult Study, Young Adult Study

 

Wednesday

 6:00 p.m.  Adult Bible Study

 6:00-6:30 p.m.  Preschool & Children’s Choir &

                   Activities, Youth Meeting

 7:00 p.m.  Hand Chimes

 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir

 

Thursday

  9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.  Food Pantry/Clothes Closet

  7:00-9:00 p.m. Praise Team

Missions Report

Summer Mission Trip

The 2014 summer mission trip from June 21-28 will be to Chadds  Ford, Pennsylvania.  The mission team will be doing general repair on cottages at Brandywine Summit Camp.  This is one of the oldest ongoing camp meetings in the United States, established in 1866.  We will be traveling by church bus so the cost of the trip will be minimal.  If you are interest, contact Floyd Jones, 789-3505, or the church office.

Summer Mission Trip

The 2014 summer mission trip from June 21-28 will be to Chadds  Ford, Pennsylvania.  The mission team will be doing general repair on cottages at Brandywine Summit Camp.  This is one of the oldest ongoing camp meetings in the United States, established in 1866.  We will be traveling by church bus so the cost of the trip will be minimal.  If you are interest, contact Floyd Jones, 789-3505, or the church office.

Bible Study

True spirituality

Becoming a Romans 12 Christian

Wednesdays

6:00 p.m.

Christians today live in a world that is    activity-heavy and relationship-light. The result is spiritual emptiness. We struggle to know what God wants FROM us and FOR us, and we’re unsure what a real   relationship with God really looks like. This was never God’s idea! HIS idea of faith isn’t about rules or religion-it’s about relationship. In Romans 12, God gives us a clear picture of what Christians should look like at the root level.

If you’re ready to move beyond the motions of religion and experience a deeper relationship with God, the True Spirituality Group Study will help you take the next steps.

True spirituality

Becoming a Romans 12 Christian

Wednesdays

6:00 p.m.

Christians today live in a world that is    activity-heavy and relationship-light. The result is spiritual emptiness. We struggle to know what God wants FROM us and FOR us, and we’re unsure what a real   relationship with God really looks like. This was never God’s idea! HIS idea of faith isn’t about rules or religion-it’s about relationship. In Romans 12, God gives us a clear picture of what Christians should look like at the root level.

If you’re ready to move beyond the motions of religion and experience a deeper relationship with God, the True Spirituality Group Study will help you take the next steps.

Bible Study

Courtney Payne  is facilitating a new study for young adults  at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday nights in room NB 204. “Believing God” is a Beth Moore study that originated from a concept introduced in Isaiah 43:10 which examines what it means to believe God rather than only believe in Him. Participants study the lives of Abraham and others from Hebrews 11 as examples of people who believed God. This study parallels a personal journey Beth took in coming to understand what it means to believe God and will offer video segments with Beth, discussion topics for the group to converse about and a book/study guide to help all  participants navigate the study. 

Courtney Payne  is facilitating a new study for young adults  at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday nights in room NB 204. “Believing God” is a Beth Moore study that originated from a concept introduced in Isaiah 43:10 which examines what it means to believe God rather than only believe in Him. Participants study the lives of Abraham and others from Hebrews 11 as examples of people who believed God. This study parallels a personal journey Beth took in coming to understand what it means to believe God and will offer video segments with Beth, discussion topics for the group to converse about and a book/study guide to help all  participants navigate the study. 

Men's Bible Study

Next Men's Bible Study is April 10th at 6:30 a.m. at Olympia

Next Men's Bible Study is April 10th at 6:30 a.m. at Olympia

Get Into God's Word!

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Haymore Memorial Baptist Church - 319 Rockford Street - Mount Airy, NC 27030

Phone:  336-786-7435; Fax: 336-786-6053

Haymore Memorial Baptist Church - 319 Rockford Street - Mount Airy, NC 27030

Phone:  336-786-7435; Fax: 336-786-6053