or Your Life!” He knows. He was born with what others would essage that that "God uses the least likely person to accomplish the most extra-ordinary thing, in a most unique way." In his distinctive style, using humor, song and the Scriptures Jeff shows us that each person is wonderfully created to be "Awesome and wonderful" with potential they never even dreamed possible.
2355 New Franklin Road
Chambersburg, PA 17202
Phone: (717) 263-5046 Fax: (717) 263-6485
Church Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Church Email: email@example.com
Schedule Of Services:
Pre-Service Prayer: Sunday - 9:00am & 5:30pm, Wednesday - 6:30pm
Sunday School: 9:30am
Sunday Morning Worship: 10:25am
Sunday Evening Worship: 6:00pm
Sunday Evening Youth Meeting: 6pm
From I-81, take Exit 14 - Wayne Ave. east onto PA Route 316 (Which is Wayne Rd.). Go approximately 2 miles, and turn right at the traffic signal, which is New Franklin Rd. We are 1/4 mile down on the right.
Those using Mapquest or a GPS should disregard them and use the directions above to avoid confusion or delay.
We praise the Lord for the new families that have made our church their home church. We welcome them!
We are happy to have the Gudgeon Family with us to help us as we minister to others. Our Youth meet on Sunday evenings at 6 pm and have been providing their own music for their worship time. Rick & Sheryl Gudgeon lead our Youth Group. We welcome more youth to come and participate in the Youth activities.
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Read Ephesians 4:1 through 6:24
G. K. Chesterton was a well-known Christian writer and philosopher from the last century. He debated many atheists and skeptics in public settings. Unlike some of the debates we see today, which are filled with animosity, his were conducted with kindness.
One of his opponents wrote, “To hear Chesterton’s howl of joy . . . to see him double himself up in agony of laughter at my personal insults, to watch the effect of his sportsmanship on a shocked audience who were won to mirth by his intense and peahen-like quarks of joy was a sight and sound for the gods. . . . I carried away from that room a respect and admiration for this . . . kindly and gallant cherub, this profound student and wise master, which has grown steadily ever since.”
Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you (Ephesians 4:32).
The number one mark of believers is kindness. Our example is Jesus. He was not only kind to those who loved Him, He was kind and loving to those who opposed Him.
Thought for Today: Your opponents need to see the love of Christ not another argument.
Quicklook: Ephesians 4:25–32
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