St Joe Community Church appreciates the work of organizations like Advance America, who help represent the interests and concerns of families and children in the public arena, especially before local, state and national government institutions. One of AA's helpful resources is its annual voter guide that helps voters understand contemporary issues and the diversity of opinions held by elected officials and candidates.
The voter guide is a non-partisan educational tool, meaning that the guide does not endorse a candidate or party. St Joe Community Church does not endorse candidates or political party affiliations, and voters use this resource according to the dictates of their own conscience.
Sermon series focuses on identifying “elephants in the room” that can hinder healthy family communication.
For Immediate Release
October 31, 2018
Contact: Christopher Mann, St Joe Community Church (260) 255-4484 | email@example.com
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA – St Joe Community Church today announced its 2018 Family Life Series entitled, “Elephant-size Miscommunication: Biblical principles for achieving authentic and effective family communication.” The sermon series studies King David’s adultery with Bathsheba that introduced elephant-size barriers to honesty and authenticity between him and his family, his officers, his countrymen and, mostly importantly, his God. But the series also reveals the hope that David found in God’s forgiveness, the same mercy that is available to us today, some 30 centuries later.
“I am extremely grateful to ReSermon for helping us multiply the impact of our weekly worship. St Joe Community Church is excited to host ReSermon Institute on November 9th” – Greg Byman, Senior Pastor, St Joe Community Church.
LOCATION: Highland Lakes Baptist Camp
$215 if paid in full by May 25
$250 if paid in full by June 11
*Registration requires a $50 non-refunable deposit
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Participants must register online by Monday, June 11 or a $20 late fee will be applied. *Registration is not complete until the final balance has been paid.
FOR: Children who will have completed grades 3-6
DESCRIPTION: Children who have completed grades 3-6 will learn what it means to put their faith completely in Christ. Missionaries will share their experiences and challenge campers to envision being part of God's family and sharing their faith with others. Kids participate in classes like archery, riflery, crafts, drama, dance, outdoor games, and more. During free time they can take a try at the gian swing, play in the lake, archery tag or swim.
Speaker: Nathan Tripp
Worship led by Carman Hammond
Student Fusion will equip and challenge students (grades 7-12) to be on mission for Christ. Jesus' followers have been carrying on the mission for almost 2,000 years, but it is not yet accomplished since nearly two billion people still have not heard the story of Jesus. Sharing the gospel to further His Kingdom is the ultimate reason He has left the church on earth. Join us for Student Fusion Camp 2018 as we study the life of Paul and discover how to live a life on mission for Christ.
Camp Pastor: Rayden Hollis
Worship Leader: TBD
3:30 Opening Meeting
6:00 Pool Party/Lake
10:15 Cabin Devotions
10:30 Bedtime/Lights Out
7:00 Wake up/ Clean Cabin
7:30 Personal Devotion
8:30 Morning Celebration
9:20 Track A
10:10 Bible Study A/ Missions B
11:00 Track B
1:00 Bible Study B/ Missions A
2:00 Free Time
4:30 Clean up for Dinner
6:00 Evening Activity
9:30 Cabin Prayer Time/ Quiet Time
10:30 Bedtime/ Lights out
7:00 Wake up
7:30 Personal Devotion
8:30 Closing Worship
9:30 Pack and Clean Cabin
10:30 Leave for Home
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
CONTACT: Terah Adams or Sarah Bohrer
St. Joe's annual Christmas Eve candlelight service will be held on Sunday, December 24, 2015 at 6:00 pm at St. Joe Community Church, 2900 North Anthony Blvd.
St. Joe's regular worship service will be held that morning at 10:00 a.m.
By Christopher Mann