Monthly Archives: August 2016

Pathways – Walking with God in the furnace

Walking with God in the furnace We naturally see joy and troubles as incompatible and mutually exclusive. Amazingly, Paul said: “We can rejoice, too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance. And endurance develops strength of character, and character strengthens our confident hope of salvation. And…

High School Sunday School Teachers Needed

High School Sunday School Teachers Needed Sunday School Ministry – High School Division is in need of brothers/sisters to teach, encourage, and journey with teens from Grades 7 through 12 in the development of their relationship with Christ. God has faithfully provided amazing people (teachers, counselors, pastors) to help in His ministry for teens at…

#ThankYouPJ Photobook – Picture and Signing

For those who missed the #ThankyouPJ Party, come by the Welcome Desk to take a picture and write a message in the photobook for PJ and family. The signing of the book and picture taking will be available after service August 14 and 21st.  

Pathways – Does God know what he’s doing?

Have you ever asked God, “Do you know what you are doing?” If you have then you’ll be able to identify with the Old Testament book of Habakkuk for it speaks of a prophet who asks that very question. As he looked around him and saw how the wicked prospered and justice was perverted he…

Morning Prayer Fellowship – August 7th, 2016

  Dear SCBC Family, Summer has arrived!  Whether it be a picnic at the park, a hike along a trail or up a mountain, canoeing or white water rafting, fishing or camping, may we be mindful and give thanks to our awesome God who created all things.  When the campfire becomes glowing amber and we…

Pathways – The Almighty God that we need to fear

  Last week we meditated on the truth that we do not need to fear bearing our soul to the Almighty God. We can pray along with the Psalmist, “Search me, O God, and know my heart!” (Psalm 139:23) without fear of rejection or retribution. He has shown himself to be a God of grace…