Every person has a story.
Every story has potential for a happy ending.
Every story has a villain.
Every villain is creating conflict.
Every story has a Hero.
Your life is an amazing story.
Your story is continuing to unfold.
Your story is not over.
Your story is interwoven with the stories of others.
You are not the author of your story or of theirs.
You can play a part — but you cannot write another’s story.
Live your story.
Love other’s stories.
Let God write something amazing.
“The Speck of Sawdust,” Pastor Eric’s message from May 16, is now available online. Click to listen.
Emmanuel Fellowship has a great blogging community. Follow these links to find out what our friends have been posting lately.
- Beauty of the Bible by Peter Lopez
- The Watchman’s Gaze by Curtis Ward
- Oasis of Praise by Heather Ward
- Fresh Focus by EFC Writer’s Circle
- von Atzigen Adventures by Mindy von Atzigen
On the Radar
Family Fun Night is scheduled for Wednesday, June 9, 7 pm. You are invited to join us for this entertaining evening of softball, homemade ice cream, and fellowship in the park.
We have 135 Question Jesus Asked posted on the blog. Leave a response and let us know which question most captures your heart.
Parents, be sure to check out the Worldchangers website. We align our Bible curriculum from the nursery all the way up to our youth. Access the Family Connection page on the website to bring your children’s Bible lesson home to the kitchen table.
We also have all the info you need about RAMP, our ministry to youth in Sweetwater High School and Middle School and surrounding campuses, as well, at www.efcyouth.com.
You Heard it at EFC
Been trying to remember one of those awesome songs we sang? Here is our worship list from yesterday, for those of you who just absolutely need a copy for yourself. You can usually find them for purchase on itunes.com.
- “Friend of God”
- “Everlasting God” Chris Tomlin version
- “Freedom Reigns” by Jason Upton
- “I Surrender” by Kim Walker
Sunday, May 23, we will be continuing our new and sermon series. You are invited to come and explore with us the “Questions Jesus Asked.”