bConnected Newsletter

September 9th, 2019

Sermon: Abba Father

God has many names—such as Creator, King, and Shepherd—and they reveal various facets of His character and the very nature of who He is. But there’s a name for Him that meets one of our human needs in an intimate way: Abba Father. What security and wholeness there is in knowing that!

When we see God as our Father, it changes our identity and who we are. There is quote by A.W Tozer that states, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” The key is in, “Who He is.” What you believe about God determines what you believe about yourself.

What is your filter of who God is?

What are you beholding today?

Saturday Study With Titus Chintapally

Join us at Bethel this Saturday, September 14th at 8:30AM, as we explore the scriptures to understand faith that pleases God in our everyday life with brother Titus Chintapally.

B MEN LOCKER ROOM

The Locker Room is a bi-monthly meeting where our men gather to deepen relationships and cultivate a true Band of Brothers. We meet in the gallery.

Register Here for our Saturday, September 14th b Men Locker Room.

ENLI – SIGN UP TODAY

Reserve your spot today for our upcoming ENLI Fall 2019 semester beginning September 23rd!

ENLI consists of courses in discipleship and biblical studies designed to build strong believers who are equipped to make disciples. Faithful believers will be prepared for Christian leadership and service.

Please submit an ENLI APPLICATION if interested in the fall semester 2019.

WORSHIP NIGHT

Join us for a powerful encounter with God Sunday, September 29th at 6PM as we host our Worship Night coinciding with our series, “He Is.”

WANT TO SERVE?

Do you enjoy meeting new people and sharing the love of Jesus? The Connect Team is looking for you! Please contact Brittany Foster (602) 527-1557 or Cindy Morrison (224)-402-0143 to serve alongside us!

IGNITE JR. HIGH

Ignite Jr. High class is now offered in both first and second service. If you’re a parent of a 6th, 7th, or 8th grader, feel free to come to either service and know they are being taught the word of God!

This post was written by Eric Falkner
Last updated: September 10, 2019 at 3:42 pm

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