September 24-30, 2017
This Sunday we are pleased to welcome Dr. David McCollough to preach at our morning worship celebration. David was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. Growing up his family would travel with the melon harvest, making a yearly journey from Phoenix to southern California, then on up to the central California town of Turlock and then finally back to Phoenix. David graduated from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Texas (1994) and finished his Master of Divinity in 1997. He then spent nearly four years in Singapore teaching in a Bible college (1998-2001). He went on to live and work in Germany (2003-2007) and then finished his PhD in the U.K. at The London School of Theology (2015). David spent a year on the Cape as chaplain at The Chapel on the Pond in Truro (2015-2016). David is a man of God with a passion to see God's Word taught and preached. We will receive a love offering to bless David for his ministry.
On Tuesday nights we meet first to pray and then to study the Bible together. All are welcome to join us as we seek to know and do the Word and Will of God. The men are studying the Book of Acts and the women are studying the book of Nehemiah.
The Wednesday Morning Bible Study just completed their study on Discipleship and will be taking September off. They will begin their new study this Wednesday, October 4th , using the book Her Name Is Woman, Vol. 1 by Gien Karssen.
Sunday's Message -- Dr. David McCollough
David's message will be taken from 2 Corinthians 3:1-4:6. It is a long passage and I encourage you to read it during the week to prepare for the message on Sunday. His topic is "Keys to Prayer.” We use keys to unlock doors or to turn on engines, which are both needed in our day of increased security and travel. Unlocking the power of prayer is also needed today. Prayer is much more than bringing our wish list to God; it is participating in what God is doing on earth through our relationship with Him. Let's prepare to hear God's message on Sunday and use the keys He gives us.
This week we will focus our prayer for the village of Buzzards Bay. Pray for those who live in Buzzards Bay for God to draw them to Jesus. Let's believe Him for a move of the Holy Spirit!
The Glory of God Monthly Prayer meeting will be held at Cape Cod Bible Alliance Church, 3600 Main St. (Rt 6A), Brewster, MA on Wednesday, September 27th from 6:30 -- 8:00 PM. This is a special meeting with Dr. Paul Jehle, senior pastor of the New Testament Church, speaking on the Daniel Model: Intercession in Exile. Come and join with other believers in intercessory prayer for Cape Cod.
Missionary Visit -- On Sunday, October 1 Hector Newman, a missionary whom we support, will be sharing about what God is doing through their mission work in Honduras. Parts of Central and South America are experiencing revival as God is opening hearts to the gospel. We look forward to hearing testimonies of God's faithfulness.
Pray for One: Ask God to give you one person to pray for that they may come to faith in Jesus. Pray that God gives you an opportunity to share Jesus story with them.
Nursery on Sunday: Ruth Leech
Hosts for our next Fellowship Luncheon (Oct. 1): Diane and Haley Babcock
Thank you for your faithfulness in bringing bread each Sunday for the Bourne Friends Food Pantry!
If you have announcements for the newsletter or the bulletin, please contact Glenn at email@example.com. You may also text message or call him at 774-368-0980.
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Sunday, September 24
- 9:45 A.M. Prayer
- 10:00 A.M. Our Worship Gathering
- There will be no J-Force today.
Tuesday, September 26
- 7:30 P.M. Men's Bible Study in Acts
- 7:30 P.M. Women's Bible Study in Nehemiah
Wednesday, September 27
- 10:00 A.M. No Women's Bible Study; we will resume on October 4th
- 6:30 P.M. Glory of God prayer meeting at Cape Cod Bible Alliance Church, 3600 Main St. (Rt 6A), Brewster, MA. Dr. Paul Jehle will be speaking.
Thursday, September 28
- 7:30 P.M. Kid Kare -- Thank you ??? for serving in our ministry this week for the families of the Primary Purpose AA group.
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