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Location: The Auditorium
Start Time: Sun 31, Oct. 2010, 7 p.m.
End Time: Sun 31, Oct. 2010, 8 p.m.
The Annual Meeting is schedule for Sunday, October 31 at 7pm. You may download and read the Annual Report in anticipation of our time together.
Location: The Commons
Start Time: Sat 30, Oct. 2010, 9 a.m.
End Time: Sat 30, Oct. 2010, 11:45 a.m.
Planting Hedges, Pulling Weeds
No one enters into marriage with the intention of failing or growing apart. Each person who says “I do” hopes for a long and beautiful life together with their spouse. But as time passes, couples forget the basics.
This book comes out of years of reflection, failures, and some successes in the task of reaching out to others with the gospel. Many Christians think of the task of mission as an entirely verbal activity, when perhaps the best kept secret of New Testament teaching about mission is that it involves a whole range of activities that explicitly promote Christ to the world and draw others to him, and only a few of them involve speaking. Without diminishing or downplaying the importance of speaking the gospel, John Dickson shows that, on the other hand, downplaying the range of activities that promote Christ to the world has its own set of problems.
The parking lot at the Warehouse in Solon is filled mostly with mini-vans and SUVs, evidence that a family-friendly event is taking place this Saturday afternoon. Open vehicle doors reveal tiny feet dangling above favorite toys that have found their way to the backseat’s floor during the drive to this month’s Young Family Play Day. As moms and dads herd their little ones into the Warehouse, a light rain begins to fall.
We've posted pics from the Terry Pluto event for your viewing enjoyment. Get them here>
This Sunday, September 12, Wes and Nancy Collins will be at Parkside Church. Please come greet them and hear an update on their ministry with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Peru and Guatemala at 11:15 am in the Fellowship Hall. They will also be at the Missions Table in the Commons throughout the morning.
Please note that due to the holiday weekend, we have an amended schedule.
With a name like Usher, it's fitting that David Usher would serve Parkside Church as, well, an usher. "I've been ushering for about 10 years," says Usher with a warm and welcoming smile. "I enjoy it. I look at it as a ministry. It's not just a job. It's something that I can do to serve the Lord, and God gets the glory."