Today's Service.

*Audio files will be available for 30 days. To keep, download file. Also, the Communal Prayer segment of our service and sermon are in the same audio file this week.

Reflection Questions from our Communion Service:

  1. Is my soul’s one desire to know Christ and the power of His resurrection?

  2. If not, what is rivaling with that desire?

  3. Does my life display a strength that is found in a quiet-confidence?

“My goal is to know Him and the power of His resurrection” (Phi 3:4-11).

“For the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel, has said: “You will be delivered by repenting and resting; your strength will lie in quiet confidence” (Isa 30:12-18).

Communion Sunday

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Reflection Questions from our Communion Service:

Is my soul’s one desire to know Christ and the power of His resurrection?

If not, what is rivaling with that desire?

Does my life display a strength that is found in a quiet-confidence?

“My goal is to know Him and the power of His resurrection” (Phi 3:4-11).

“For the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel, has said: “You will be delivered by repenting and resting; your strength will lie in quiet confidence” (Isa 30:12-18).


*Audio files will be available for 30 days. To keep, download file. Also, the Communal Prayer segment of our service and sermon are in the same audio file this week.

Warmth Offered by the Hands of Love.

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I got a call yesterday from someone at Pierce Chapel. She said that a dear friend from church, who has arthritis, wanted to use her ability to knit to offer those in need something warm for the winter. She then knitted 6 trash bags of hats and scarves!! Wow! The love of Christ compels us to love others the way we are loved by Him. Seeing that love pour out of His people is one the greatest privileges I have in life.

Grateful,

Rob

Pressing on through Philippians

Highland family,

Let us gather and see what the Holy Spirit has for us tomorrow. As we come together, we will worship, pray and sit under God’s Word, together. We will continue to work through Philippians 3:1-11, as we take another lap in our Philippians series entitled, “Just One Thing.”

There is a stirring taking place in our midst right now. 4 people have professed Jesus to be Lord in the last 2 weeks. Without provocation. Without emotional ploy. They have just simply come to me and admitted their need for Jesus, repenting of sin. Honored and humbled to be part of what the Lord is doing. Grateful for you being in my life, too. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

I love you.

Rob