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Bringing the Love of Jesus to Greene County since 1959
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5:15 PM FREE Supper
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40 DAYS OF PURPOSE
February 23—April 13, 2014
WHY AM I ALIVE? DOES MY LIFE MATTER?
WHAT ON EARTH AM I HERE FOR?
40 Days of Purpose is a 6-week spiritual growth opportunity that explores the question, “What on earth am I here for?” Together, our church family and others we reach out to will learn about God’s purposes for our lives. To receive the full benefit of these 40 life-changing days, you will want to participate in ALL 4 spiritual emphases:
1. HEAR … each one of the ALL NEW messages in our Sunday Lenten Sermon Series, “40 Days of Purpose” Feb. 23 - April 13.
2. READ … the 40 daily readings in the book, The Purpose Driven Life available to you for only $5.00 (or use the book you may already have).
3. JOIN … a 40 Days of Purpose small group that meets for 6 wks (for Bible Study with ALL NEW weekly video teachings featuring our Pastors, & ALL NEW study guides, for prayer, & for fellowship & refreshments). You may also form your own small group & invite friends & family.
4. MEMORIZE… a Bible verse each week.
REGISTER NOW for one of our "40 Days…” small groups listed on the Registration Form. email Deacon Shirley (deacon@RLCCairo.org) with the info or any Questions.
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A Poem by Carol Wimmer
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I’m not shouting, “I’ve been saved!”
I’m whispering, “I get lost sometimes, that’s why I chose this way”.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I don’t speak with human pride.
I’m confessing that I stumble – needing God to be my guide.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I’m not trying to be strong.
I’m professing that I’m weak, and pray for strength to carry on.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I’m not bragging of success.
I’m admitting that I’ve failed and cannot ever pay the debt.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I don’t think I know it all,
I submit to my confusion, asking humbly to be taught.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I’m not claiming to be perfect.
My flaws are far too visible, but God believes I’m worth it.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I still feel the sting of pain.
I have my share of heartache, which is why I seek God’s Name.
When I say, “I am a Christian,” I do not wish to judge,
I have no authority, I only know I’m loved.
Poem by Carol Wimmer