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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule Of Services:
Pre-Service Prayer: Sunday - 9:00am & 5:30pm, Wednesday - 6:00pm
Sunday School: 9:30am
Sunday Morning Worship: 10:25am
Sunday Evening Worship: 6:00pm
Sunday Evening Youth Meeting: 6:00pm
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!
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Been There; Done That
Read Ecclesiastes 1:1 through 4:16
The familiar phrase “been there; done that” is often said by those who feel they’ve seen it all and done it all, and they’re bored by it. This appears to be the outlook of the author of Ecclesiastes.
He concluded that everything he had experienced was meaningless, including the pursuit of wisdom and pleasure—things many in our modern culture seek. Even the hedonistic lifestyle of “wine, women, and song” proved to not be satisfying. These indulgences created only fleeting enjoyment.
Much of happiness depends on attitude.
I know that there is nothing better for people than to be happy and to do good while they live. That each of them may eat and drink, and find satisfaction in all their toil—this is the gift of God (Ecclesiastes 3:12–13).
Once we determine to find satisfaction in life’s simple things, including what God has given us to do, we will no longer base our worth or our hope in the accumulation of more things.
Thought for Today: “People are just as happy as they make up their minds to be.” —Abraham Lincoln
Quicklook: Ecclesiastes 3:1–13
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