Martin Luther King Day

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Parade kick off at 10 a.m. at City Hall Plaza, 317 College St. in front of the Liberty Bell, and end at David Daniels Math Science Academy, 801 SW 19th St.

CHOSEN YOUTH MLK Service, Lock-in, Parade

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On Sunday January 19 (MLK Community Service) 7th-12th grade students join us in MLK weekend “a day on not a day off” as we play BINGO with Senior Citizens and share great gifts too!  Then we are heading to our annual LOCK-IN for some new decade fun and food.  Finally, early January 20 we are walking in the MLK Parade in Grand Prairie.

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January 19:

  1. GPC Students meet us at 11:45AM in the Fellowship Hall.  Registration will be confirmed before boarding the bus.
  2. SLC Students meet us at 12:30PM in the Gym.  Registration will be confirmed before boarding the bus.
  3. ALL students make sure to pack your overnight items for the LOCK-in. Bring clothing for sleeping, showering (toiletries/towels), sleeping bag/bed roll, and comfortable clothing for the parade.  IMPORTANT: The parade weather maybe cool.  Bring layers to put on or take off, as needed.  Medications must be submitted to chaperones during check-in and must be properly labeled
  4. ALL students will be required to have parent/guardian sign/submit our Release of Liability form.  Form may be submitted during registration.
  5. ALL students make sure to bring $10.00 or at least ONE 5 pound bag of candy for distribution on the parade route.

January 20:

  1. Departure from SL Campus (Lock-in) is 8:00AM (GPC pickup is 8:30 for additional participants)
  2. Parade route line up begins at 9:00AM
  3. Parade kick off at 10 a.m. at City Hall Plaza, 317 College St. in front of the Liberty Bell, and end at David Daniels Math Science Academy, 801 SW 19th St.
  4. Lunch will be served in the David Daniels Cafeteria and a short program honoring the life and legacy of Dr. King will be held at Dalworth Recreation Center, 2012 Spikes St.
  5. Parents/Guardians please confirm the location and time you will pick-up your students during the registration.

For additional information please contact efreeman@sjbcfamily.com or call the church offices at 972.264.1483

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2020MidweekBibleStudy

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MIDWEEK BIBLE STUDY—2020

“REFOCUSING ON THE GOSPEL—THE OLD & NEW TESTAMENTS”

SPRING:

“The Synoptic Gospels-MML” (6)

* Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness: Mt. 4:1-11; Mk. 1:12-13; Lk. 4:1-13

* The call of Matthew: Mt. 9:9-13; Mk. 2:13-17; Lk. 5:27-32

* The healing of the man’s withered hand: Mt. 12:9-14; Mk. 3:1-6; Lk. 6:6-11

* The calming of the storm: Mt. 8:18, 23-27; Mk. 4:35-41; Lk. 8:22-25

* The feeding of the five thousand: Mt. 14:15-21; Mk. 6:35-44; Lk. 9:12-17

* Peter’s confession of Jesus: Mt. 16:13-20; Mk. 8:27-30; Lk. 9:18-21

LATE SPRING:

“The Gospel of Isaiah” (6)

* Isaiah 40:3-5

* Isaiah 42:1-13

* Isaiah 52:13-53:12

* Isaiah 60:1-3

* Isaiah 61:1

SUMMER:

“Parables of Jesus” (6)

* The Parable of the Soils—a lesson on God’s Word: Mt. 13:3-23.

* The Parable of the Good Samaritan—a lesson on love: Lk. 10:30-37.

* The Parable of the Pearl—a lesson on discipleship: Mt. 13:45-46.

* The Parable of Two Servants—a lesson on faithfulness: Mt. 24:45-51.

* The Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus—a lesson on heaven and hell: Lk. 16:19-21.

* The Parable of the Importune Widow—a lesson on prayer: Lk. 18:1-8.

LATE SUMMER:

“The Gospel in the Psalms” (5)

FALL:

“Doctrines of Grace: Gospel of John” (5)

* Radical Depravity: John 1:9-11; 3:3, 19-20, 36; 5:25; 6:44, 65; 8:34, 44; 43 & 47

* Sovereign Election: John 1:12-13, 6:37, 39; 10:1-5; 13:18; 15:16, 19; 17:1-2, 6, 9, 24

* Definite Atonement: John 1:29; 3:16; 6:37-39; 10:11, 15-18, 27-30; 11:49-52; 12:32-33; 15:13; 17:2, 9, 19, 24; 19:30

* Irresistible Call: John 1:12-13; 3:3, 5, 8; 5:24-25; 6:24; 10:1-5

* Preserving Grace: John 3:15-16; 4:14; 6:39-40, 54; 10:27-29; 11:25-26; 14:16-17; 17:12

LATE FALL:

“The Gospel in other OT texts” (5)

2020Leader&VolunteersTraining

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VOLUNTEERS & LEADERS TRAINING 
Saturday, January 25, 2020
9a-12noon Southlake Campus
Click here to register
2020 Theme: Re-imagining Ministry (Gen 26:17-25)

All volunteers, teachers, leaders, everyone serving in ministry and anyone interested in serving in ministry mark your calendars and plan to attend the Volunteers & Leaders Training.

VOLUNTEERS & LEADERS CONSECRATION CEREMONY & SERVICE 
Tue. February 4 – Southlake 7 PM
Wed. February 5 –  Grand Prairie 7 PM

All who are serving in ministry in 2020 are expected to attend this special consecration service.

for more info email volunteer@sjbcfamily.com

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