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Camp Soter’s Theme for 2013 is Tell it on the Mountain, where we will go on an expedition to the top of five mountains and learn more about God’s might and grace and His Son, Jesus our Savior and Lord. We’ll sing fun songs, play games, eat yummy snacks and lots more.
Camp Soter will be held from Monday, July 8 to Friday, July 12 from 9am to noon and is for children ages 3 through those entering 6th grade. Sign up today!
This year, instead of the traditional Wednesday evening Advent services, Shepherd of the Ridge offers Dinner and a Movie. Folllowing a 6:00 PM meal, bring a cup of coffee upstairs with you to watch a Bible study on the history and accuracy of the Bible on the big screen. This special aired on PBS stations around the country, including the state of Ohio, but it was unavailable in the Cleveland area, so now we make it available to you. Originally a 1-hour special, we will break it up into a (roughly) 20-minute segment each week.
As a pastor, I get all kinds of questions landing in my email inbox. Some intend to challenge our practice. Others have searching questions. I need to answer them.
What is the mission of the church? If I asked 30 of you, I'd probably get 20 answers. So what does God say is the mission of the church?
We invite the entire congregation to the next Vision Task Force meeting, which will be a Bible Study. The Bible Study is designed to help the participant understand God's Mission, how Jesus fulfilled that mission, and how we are participants in this ongoing mission. It will answer the question, "What is the mission of the Church?"
Or, Where are we, and where are we going?
Pastor Dale will take you on a walk through 2 heavens, 2 earths, and 2 hells, all of which exist or will someday exist.
Read Genesis 41:1-40 (Pharaoh's Dreams)
Who was controlling the events of Joseph's life?