The Ministry of the Word

January 1st, 2017

Now therefore are we all here present before God to hear all things that are commanded thee of God” (Acts 10:33). We hope that prayer and expectant quietness begin with the opening notes of the prelude.

The Week Ahead
  • Sunday
  • 10:30 am
  • Ministry of the Word/The Lord's Supper
    Let Us Run!- Hebrews 12:1-3
    Dan Duncan
Announcements

Services for New Year's Day - January 1st will begin at 10:30 a.m. with the Ministry of the Word Service and then The Lord's Supper.

The Chapel Office will be closed all day on Monday, January 2nd.

Vacation Bible School DVD's are ready to be picked up today. They are located on the table outside of the Media Ministry.

The Wednesday night Bible study will be in recess over the Christmas holidays and meet again on January 11th.

In the event of bad weather, please check the Chapel website at www.believerschapeldallas.org for notice of weather cancellations or closings. To receive a personal call, sign up on the bulletin board list. You may also call the church office for notices on the voice mail greeting.

January nursery schedules are available to be picked up in the nursery. They are located in the nursery bulletin board side pockets.

The Women's Bible Study and Prayer Meeting will resume on Tuesday, January 10th with a continuation of the study by Sue Glover on the Book of Isaiah.

On Sunday, February 5, we will have the pleasure of having Dr. Steve Lawson preach at our Ministry of the Word Services. Dr. Lawson is president and founder of OnePassion Ministries, a ministry designed to equip biblical expositors to bring about a new reformation in the church.

Looking ahead - Dr. Peter Lillback, who is president and professor of historical theology and church history at Westminster Theological Seminary, will be our guest preacher on Sunday, February 26th.

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The Ministry of the Word

Now therefore are we all here present before God to hear all things that are commanded thee of God” (Acts 10:33). We hope that prayer and expectant quietness begin with the opening notes of the prelude.