Getting Ready for Sunday, June 22, 2008

June 22nd Sermon “Assignment 3:COMMUNITY”

Community involvement helps you be involved in circles that will provide opportunities to reach others.  This is simply ministry evangelism.  It is doing things for others around you that will allow you to have the opportunity to build relationships and make an impact.  Whether it’s a neighbor who needs help, a single mom who has a need, or helping at a food bank, you can make a difference.  Discover how putting your ministry in action can reach others.

 

Set List for June 15, 2008

Song                              Author                            Recording

Everyday

Joel Houston

“For This Cause”

Hillsong

 

You Are Holy

 

 

Marc Imboden
Tammi Rhoton

 

“Worship Again”

Michael W Smith

 

Shine

 

 

Matt Redman

 

“Beautiful News”

Matt Redman

 

Take My Life and Let It Be

 

Tim Hughes

 

Traditional Hymn

 

   

   I’m excited to P.J. will be preaching this week.  This will be his first time on a Sunday morning at Oasis, but I know he’ll do a great job.  He will be speaking about how we can reach our community, which is an area that he has a lot of experience in over the past year (just take a look at our student ministry).   We will start off our time of worship with the song “Everyday” which is a call for us to be consistent.  “Everyday it’s You I live for” should be our anthem as we try to live each day in a way that pleases our God.  Check out a video of “Everyday” by clicking the link in the chart above. 

     “You Are Holy” is a familiar song at Oasis.  I really love it when the men and women are singing out their parts together.  There have been times that I expected the rafters to shake.  Let’s shake them again as we proclaim the greatness of our God.  Check out a video of this song by clicking the link in the chart above.

     We introduced the song “Shine” last week, and will be singing it again this Sunday.  This song continues our theme of living for God’s glory.  Check out the video for this song by clicking the link in the chart above.

     We finish the music portion of our services with “Take My Life and Let It Be”. This is an old song, but we need to be reminded of the message everyday.  “Take my life and let it be consecrated Lord to Thee.  Take my hands and let them move at the impulse of Thy love“.  This song once again reminds us of our theme; the fact that we are to be living for Christ, and not ourselves.  

      Thanks for taking time to check out what will be happening on Sunday.  Many of us from the staff will be at Budd Creek Camp this week as Bro. Todd will be preaching, and Cindy and I will lead worship.  Keep us in your prayers as we try to be a blessing to the students and adults that will be attending.  I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday.   

 

Bro. Doug

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4 Responses to Getting Ready for Sunday, June 22, 2008

  1. Cindy Montgomery says:

    As always, I love the line up for the week. I am looking forward to Sunday already, and it is just Monday. I will be praying for you who are at camp this week. Budd Creek holds so many fond childhood memories for me. I visited there several summers. I know it will be a wonderful time for all of you also!!

  2. Jessica Belote says:

    Looking forward to hearing PJ this week! We’ll be praying for you!

  3. Brandon Green says:

    We had a great time at camp this week. I loved the worship service! It was truly awesome. Thanks for the guidance as well.

  4. Paige says:

    Hey Doug,
    The blog is incredible thanks for all your hard work.I can’t wait to worship on Sunday. You and Cindy did an awesome job at camp, God used you in great way. You are a special blessing to me and I’m thankful for our friendship.
    paige

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