Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Here's what's going on at FCC

There is so much going on at Foothills Community Church so I wanted to post some thoughts.

This past Sunday:
Amazing is the only way to describe what God did Sunday. 25 people gave their lives to Jesus, and we baptized 22 people. Baptism Sundays are the best days of the year for me. One of my prayers is that our church doesn't take for granted what He is doing in the lives of people. We have seen hundreds baptized over the years and if we are not careful, we can become desensitized. Just remember that every time someone is baptized, you are witnessing someone who has yielded to the love of God!

This Sunday:
Our Toccoa campus will be doing baptisms! I am praying for record numbers of people to take the plunge!

At our Seneca campus, we will be starting our new Christmas series called, Gifted. It is going to be incredible. I walked into the auditorium this morning, and you will not believe the stage set. Wow! There have been dozens of people constructing it, and it will definitely put you into the Christmas spirit.

Also, on Sunday evening at 6:00pm we will be observing the Lord's Supper. This will be a powerful service, that will help all of us stay focused on what Christmas is REALLY about. The worship music will be more of an acoustical feel. I will be sharing a short message, and we will also be having a special prayer time. There will be childcare available from birth through kindergarten.

Coming up:
December 19th we will be receiving our special Christmas offering. Be sure to pray about how you can make a difference in the lives of people in our community.

December 24th will be our Christmas eve services! Seneca campus will offer services at 3 and 5pm, and Toccoa will have one service at 5pm.
You DO NOT want to miss out. Christmas Eve services are incredible!
You will need to pick up a free ticket for the services at Seneca. They will be available at church on Sunday or print your own online here.

Don't forget, INVITE your friends and family--they will come with you on Christmas eve.

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