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Preparing for Worship – April 2, 2017

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Hymns and Songs We Will Be Singing on Sunday:

Praise the King
I Will Glory in My Redeemer
Wonderful, Merciful Savior
Great Is Thy Faithfulness
Come, Behold the Wondrous Mystery

Sunday’s Sermon:

Andy Davis’ message on Sunday is “Thyatira: The Evil of Tolerating Sin” based on Revelation 2:18-29. Read and meditate on this scripture passage for Sunday as you prepare for corporate worship.

Pray for Our Leaders:

Preaching: Andy Davis
Call to Worship: Jared Snead
Leading in Prayer: Andy Davis, Ben Zweigle and Jared Snead
Leading in Praise: Jared Snead and the Worship Ministry Team
Scripture Reading: Walter Lee
Baptism: Kevin Schaub

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Preparing for Worship – March 26, 2017

Hymns and Songs We Will Be Singing on Sunday:

Come, People of the Risen King
Oh, Praise the Only One
All I Have Is Christ
The Solid Rock
The Power of the Cross

Sunday’s Sermon:

Andy Davis’ message on Sunday is “Pergamum: Standing for Truth Before Satan’s Throne” based on Revelation 2:12-17. Read and meditate on this scripture passage for Sunday as you prepare for corporate worship.

Pray for Our Leaders:

Preaching: Andy Davis
Call to Worship: Andy Winn
Leading in Prayer: Andy Davis, Josh Snyder and Ross Smith
Leading in Praise: Ross Smith and the Worship Ministry Team
Scripture Reading: Chase Jenkins

 

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Preparing for Worship – March 19, 2017

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Hymns and Songs We Will Be Singing on Sunday:

We Lift You Up
How Firm a Foundation
Man of Sorrows
Speak, O Lord
It Is Well with My Soul

Sunday’s Sermon:

Andy Davis’ message on Sunday is “Encouragement for the Suffering Church” based on Revelation 2:8-11. Read and meditate on this scripture passage for Sunday as you prepare for corporate worship.

Pray for Our Leaders:

Preaching: Andy Davis
Call to Worship: Chase Jenkins
Leading in Prayer: Andy Davis, Ross Smith and Jared Snead
Leading in Praise: Jared Snead, Ross Smith and the Worship Ministry Team
Scripture Reading: Ben Zweigle

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Preparing for Worship – March 12, 2017

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Hymns and Songs We Will Be Singing on Sunday:

How Rich a Treasure We Possess
God the Uncreated One (King Forevermore)
My Heart Is Filled
‘Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing

Sunday’s Sermon:

Andy Davis’ message on Sunday is “Christ Calls Us to Our First Love” based on Revelation 2:1-7. Read and meditate on this scripture passage for Sunday as you prepare for corporate worship.

Pray for Our Leaders:

Preaching: Andy Davis
Call to Worship: Ross Smith
Leading in Prayer: Andy Davis, Corey Townsley, Jason Burgin and Ross Smith
Leading in Praise: Ross Smith and the Worship Ministry Team
Scripture Reading: Topher Thomas

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Sunday, March 26

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Preparing for Worship – March 5, 2017

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Hymns and Songs We Will Be Singing on Sunday:

Jesus, Thank You
Crown Him with Many Crowns
Holy, Holy, Holy
Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken
In Christ Alone

Sunday’s Sermon:

Andy Davis’ message on Sunday is “A Glorious Unveiling of Christ” based on Revelation 1:1-20. Read and meditate on this scripture passage for Sunday as you prepare for corporate worship.

Pray for Our Leaders:

Preaching: Andy Davis
Call to Worship: Jared Snead
Leading in Prayer: Andy Davis, Kevin Schaub and Jared Snead
Leading in Praise: Jared Snead and the Worship Ministry Team
Scripture Reading: D’Arcey Carroll

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Deacon Nominee Testimony

Nathan Mah

I started attending church when I was 10 years old, largely because my friends from school went there. Since our family wasn’t religious up to that point, I did not know what to expect. It appealed to me because I thought it was all about following rules and doing the right thing.

At the time, I was the stereotypical Chinese kid – good grades, never got into (big) trouble – so this seemed like the perfect way to help me continue down that path, as long as I could check off the boxes by praying before eating and reading my Bible five minutes a day.

When I was a high school senior, I visited UCLA and spent a week with my sister and her friends from church. My world got turned upside down that week as I was exposed to what it truly means to be a Christian – to acknowledge your sin and need for a savior, give your entire life to Christ, and allow the Word to permeate every aspect of your daily life. With this knowledge, I could no longer be a Sunday morning Christian. That was a turning point in my relationship with the Lord, which strengthened even more during college through the study of His Word and from hearing strong expository preaching. I continue to strive to be more like Christ daily, now in my roles as a church member, husband, father, and employee. I am constantly reminded of James 1:22, which encourages us to be doers of the word, and not hearers only, lest we deceive ourselves.

It is to that end that I am humbled and excited to be nominated as a deacon of FBC Durham. My desire is to serve the church in any capacity that best utilizes the skills and gifts that God has given me. Phil 2:3-8 is one of my favorite passages, as it describes how Christ humbled himself and chose to become man in order to serve others, even to the point of death. If the creator of the universe, the name above all names, could humble himself and willingly take the form of a servant, how much more should a sinner like myself want to serve the Holy God.

I have three main areas of interest and skills that I hope to utilize to serve the church body:

1. Refugee Ministry: My heart aches for those who are the most vulnerable in the world, particularly those whom the Lord chooses to resettle in the Durham area. I currently lead a Good Neighbor Team comprised of FBC members, and we are helping a Syrian family of five that arrived in January. My prayer is that our church can support even more refugees who have fled their homes due to persecution and are starting new lives here in Durham.

2. Missions: The Lord provided opportunities for me to be part of short-term mission trips to Albania and Mexico while I was in college. Those trips strengthened my faith, both through trials and successes where I clearly saw the Lord’s hand at work. I would love to see more of our church members take part in short-term mission trips.

3. My full-time profession for the last 12 years has been in management consulting, with a focus in operations and technology. My desire is to use my skills in these areas to help enhance how the church operates, communicates, and uses technology to serve the body.

Thank you for your consideration in electing me to serve as a deacon at FBC Durham. I would be happy to talk to you if you have any questions.

 

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