August 14, 2022 @ 11am

Called to Campus Sunday


* The recorded sermon will be available after the service on our Youtube Channel.

Uniquely Made and Called by God

Jeremiah 1:1-8


By Pastor Curtis Lowe


God calls all His children into a close relationship with Him and also into a vital ministry for Him.  Our youth are not only our future, but our present source of hope for influencing this world for Jesus Christ.  On this special Sunday we will recognize our High School Seniors and pray for their special calling as college students.  Each of them, and all of us, have been uniquely made and called by God to a lifetime of faith and love for Jesus Christ.  Please join us!




Sunday Bulletin



ROMANS STUDY QUESTIONS



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Romans 8:31-39 Study Questions

  1. “These things” [v31] Paul refers to include all that he has thus far taught in Romans 8:1-30.  Read and highlight or underline in your Bible the many blessings Paul says belong to every Christian in Romans 8:1-30.  What do each of  these gifts from God mean to you personally?  How does knowing these things affect your faith right now?

  2. Paul is likely speaking of Satan when he writes “who” in verses 31, 33, 34, and 35.  What does Satan insinuate about God and Christians in verse 31?  How does Paul respond to this in verses 31-32.

  3. What does Satan, the accuser, do in verse 33?  What does Paul say the Christian should remember when Satan accuses us of our sins?  [see also Isaiah 50:8-9a]

  1. What is the next thing Paul says Satan does to try and destroy a Christians hope in verse 34?  What are the four statements of faith and truth Paul says we can rely upon?  What do these four truths mean to you?

  2. What is the fourth lie Satan tells us in verse 35?  What are the seven physical “knives” that can cause us much pain and to doubt Jesus’ love for us?  But whatever pain we face is part of being human and also part of being a Christian.  Are you facing any of these right now?  How does knowing God and Jesus really do love you help encourage your faith?

  3. What are the nine spiritual “knives” that can never separate us from God and Jesus’ love?  How do  these scriptures comfort you right now?

  4. Mediate upon Saint Patrick’s Prayer:  


    Christ shield me today

    Against wounding

    Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me,

    Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me,

    Christ on my right, Christ on my left,

    Christ when I lie down, Christ when I sit down.



    8. Where do you need Jesus right now?