November 2010 Newsletter
ROGERS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
“Loving God...Loving Others…”
Sunday, November 21st
9:45 A.M. All Bible Classes
11:10 A.M. One Service in the Bridge
Sign ups are in the foyer to bring your favorite holiday
dish to share! Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Corn, Misc.
Side Dishes, Desserts. We also need 15 Turkeys and 10
Hams donated and delivered UNCOOKED to The Bridge
kitchen by Sunday, Nov. 14th
Invite your family,
Most of us have personally said, or have heard someone say, what is commonly referred to
as the “Lord’s Prayer”, recorded in Matthew 6:9-13. It begins, “Our Father, in heaven,
hallowed be your name.” In the workbook study, “The Prayer of Jesus” by Ken Hemphill, the
author makes an interesting statement. He said, “For years I prayed the Lord’s Prayer in a
mechanical fashion, not paying attention to what I was actually saying.” How many of us
have done the same thing? We repeat this prayer without giving much thought as to what it
contains or how it is to involve us in a very intentional way. After all, when we pray this
prayer, we are not giving God permission to have a “holy name”. God’s name is holy
because God, by nature, is holy…
The author states that the Lord’s Prayer is best understood as a personal commitment on our
part to hallow God’s name in our lives. Loved ones, we are called by the name of Christ…as
Christians we bear His name. We represent Him. Think about it loved ones. Maybe the first
picture, the first impression that a lost person sees of what Christ is like is us. What sort of
picture of Christ does your life reveal?
1 Peter 1:13-16 states, “Therefore, prepare your minds for action; be self-controlled, set your
hope fully on the grace to be given you when Jesus Christ is revealed. As obedient children,
do not conform to the evil desires you had when you lived in ignorance. But just as he who
called you is holy, so be holy in all you do for it is written; be holy, because I am holy.”
I invite you to pray this prayer with me…”Lord, hallowed be your name…in me and through
See you Sunday!
A Book Review from the Library Team!
An Amish Romantic Mystery is the billing for this book, Anathema, by
Colleen Coble. A young Amish girl is besieged with secrets and learns
that pain and suffering of being not able to forgive the killer of her
parents. Threatened with ‘shunning’ if she does not forgive, she runs
away. This story is a mystery that keeps the reader turning the pages
past bedtime. Will Hannah find forgiveness and belonging that she
desires? Do we have secrets and the need to forgive in our own hearts?
Adult Bible Classes!
Sundays 9:45am & 11:10am
The Gospel Unleashed
When: Oct. 3-Dec.19, 9:45 A.M.
Where: Room 115
Who: All Interested
Teacher: Jim Mote, John Meyer
When we read Acts, we are reading the never-ending story of Jesus. We see how Jesus
worked through the church in the first century, and we are invited to see how our lives
can be an ongoing part of the never-ending story. When we view the book that way, it
takes on a whole new significance for us. Is there a pattern for the church in Acts? Yes. It
is Jesus. It is our hope that as you read participate in this 12-week study, you will see
Him better and be equipped to continue living out His life in your community of faith as
His witnesses to the ends of the earth.
The Foundations Class is a group of adults that focus on book studies and
welcomes all ages of adults. Each week, we will take a portion of Scripture from a
designated book and discuss how it impacted people then, and how it impacts us
now. We are currently meeting in room 114 at 9:45 A.M.
Teacher: Bob Brown
Saturday, November 20th
9:00 A.M.—3:00 P.M
Donations of gently used, clean, winter clothing: coats,
hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, etc. can be brought to RCC
starting Wednesday, November 17th.
We need your help in many areas to make this outreach a
success! Please check out the table in the foyer and sign
up to help! Thank you!
If you would like to get involved in a Community Group,
please call Allen at the church office: 636636-9067
“Nooma” videos and discussion
Leader: Allen Williams
Meets at 912 Park Place in Rogers
“Jesus Among Other Gods”
Leader: Jerry Zupan
Meets at 903 S. 20th Street in Rogers
“Jonah, A Life Interrupted”
Leaders: Katie Breeding & Heather Hurst
Meets at 603 Valley West Drive in Rogers
“The Sacred Romance” (marriage study)
Leaders: Scott & Belva Jones
Meets at 715 Hardwood Road in Rogers
“The Prayer of Jesus”
Leader: Jack Galbraith
Meets at 2012 S. 16th Street in Rogers
“Love and War”
Leader: Leland Judd
Meets at 1206 W. Ash Street in Rogers
“Total Forgiveness” by R.T. Kendall
Leader: Bob Brown
Meets at 226 S. 1st Street in Rogers
“That the World May Know” by Ray Vande Laan
Leader: Kevin Fielder
Meets at 205 SW Orchard Way in Bentonville
“Total Forgiveness” by R.T. Kendall
Leader: George Panter
Meets at 2601 Chateau Drive in Rogers
2501 West Oak Street
Inclement Weather Policy
Rogers, AR 72758
If you are wondering if RCC events
are cancelled, please check these
local TV and radio stations for a list
of closings and cancellations.
Email: [email protected]
- KHOG 40/29
Web: www. rogerschristianchurch.org
- KNWA TV
- KFSM TV 5
- KLRC 101.1
- KFAY 98.3
- KURM 79.0
Nov. 14th 2:00 P.M.
Tuesday Nights! - Prayer Meeting!
Meet in the Sanctuary from 6:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M.
All Ministry Teams are
asked to attend. Meet in
the old Fellowship Hall.
Saturday, November 6th
Work begins at 8:00 A.M.
The meeting is at noon with a meal following.Everyone is invited to come help prepare the
camp for winter! Many hands make the load lighter.
Bring rakes, blowers, hammers, paint brushes, putty
knives, tree saws, etc. We have jobs for everyone!
Any questions? Call Jerry Stuckey 479-283-0836
Dates To Remember
11/6— Camp Joshua Workday/Meeting
8:00 A.M. work-12:00 P.M. meeting & meal
11/7— Time change! Turn clocks back.
11/14—Ministry Teams 2:00 P.M.
11/21—Harvest of Praise
11/23—Elders’ Meeting 6:00 P.M.
11/24—No Wed. night activities
11/25&26—Office closed for the holiday
11/29—Ladies’ Fellowship 6:00 P.M.
Weekly Need: $ 7,475.00