Email Tips: Mark Your Calendars

This "tip" was originally delivered on Saturday, July 1st, 2017 .

It’s exciting to announce the dates for this year’s Ambassadors seminar! Mark your calendars for Saturday/Sunday October 28/29th for our annual weekend seminar in Swayzee, Indiana.

The topic will concern the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, what we learn from it, and what has been reformed since.

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Summer is in full swing. Each summer our church looks forward to talking to people at local fairs and festivals from rented booth space. With one fair under our belts we are looking forward to two more this month.

Check your community calendars for open markets, fairs, festivals, or community events. You are in the community. Rent a space, put up a table, print our free tracts, and print a banner with the gospel of Jesus Christ at your local print shop. It’s easy and fun work for all ages, and a good way to do God’s will (1 Tim 2:4). You might even find people who are interested in joining you for Bible study.

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We are well into Ephesians on our Tuesday night verse by verse studies. This week is the dispensation of the fullnes of times.

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Also this Tuesday is the 4th of July, the national celebration of the declaration of Independence. It was eleven years later that the Constitution of the United States was formed. First came a declaration of liberty, then a nation was formed. Similarly, God has first declared grace and liberty in this dispensation, and will later reestablish the nation of Israel when he returns for his kingdom.

As you remember the liberty we have in this country, thank God for the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free by singing our rewritten song about the true source of liberty: My Saviour Tis of Thee (number 8 in the Grace Hymnal).

For God’s glory and grace,

Justin “full schedule” Johnson

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