This Week @ ECF 5/5/13

“Broken Hearts / Repentant Spirits”

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“BROKENESS = Usefulness” is our new sermon series. There is the saying “If it is not broke – don’t fix it.” The Kingdom of God is a contradiction. For example; as Christians, We live to die. We die to live. In the Kingdom of God, “If it is broken, it can be used.” In this series, we will examine the contrasts of “Broken Seed – Bears Much Fruit,” This week Part 2 is “Broken Hearts / Repentant Spirits” Let’s soar as we explore “BROKENNESS = Usefulness!”

growth“GROWTH” is our word for 2013. “GROWTH” is the acronym for “G” Grace, “R” Righteousness, “O” Others, “W” Worship Warfare, “T” Truth, and “H” Health(y).  Ephesians 4:15 is the cornerstone by “speaking the truth in love, we may grow up into Him in all things, which is the Head – even Christ!”

DadHug1“Dad’s University” Monday’s at 7PM. Pastor Phil Larson is leading “Dad’s University (DADSU).” Subjects include, Respect Life, Respect property. Live honest. Work hard. Give out of your extra. Open doors for others. Study your trade. Be a craftsman with pride. Serve. Stay on the job until done. Continue to pray for “Dad’s University” – believing that “Dad’s University” will ultimately produce 100 Leaders of Fathers in the OKC Metro! AMEN!!!

MONEY MATTERS – Sunday, 9:30AM

money-logoHow different would your life be if you lived on a budget, were debt free, and were able to give more to the church and to others During Money Matters you will explore how to create a financial vision that will free you to manage your finances the way God intended.  You will learn how to set financial goals, create a budget, invest in the future, and be generous with the resources God has given you. Money Matters will help you move forward to financial freedom.

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  • Mon. 7PM – “DADSU” – Dad’s University
  • Tue. 9AM – Prayer @ ECF
  • Wed. 7PM – Bible Study – “Hearing God” (Abram) w/Jerry Newton

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