Spring Fellowship Luau

Dear CBC Family,

The email is coming out early this week as I wanted to make sure everyone was contacted about the Revelation class. The class is going to be moved to every other week due to the workload being a little too much for some of the people in the class. The goal is to understand the book and not just blow through it so I do believe this is necessary if we are to grasp it. I know that this might be upsetting to some of you but please let’s consider others and move as a flock together.

Due to the schedule change we will now take a different approach to the class. I will limit the “homework” to 50 pages, or less, which means 25 pages per week of reading. We will finish in May and pick back up in the fall as there is no way we can get through the book by the beginning of Summer.

The below is the NEW schedule:

April 27        6:45 – 8:15
May 11         6:45 – 8:15
May 25        6:45 – midnight (just seeing if you are reading)

We will pick up again on September 14.

I realize this change may lead to a drop off of attenders, as the commitment is now longer and it will take effort to track the dates. That said, Jesus is worth the effort. If you have not attended the class before you may “crash” the last three and then take the summer to read all the material and catch up if you desire.

For the past few weekends we've been announcing the Spring Fellowship Luau. It's this Sunday after service. This will be a great time to connect with the church family. Feel free to invite a friend. The church will be providing pulled pork. We simply ask you to RSVP by Friday morning. If you have questions, or want to sign up, please email our CBC Event Coordinator, Cris Olsen, at: cbceventssandiego@gmail.com  

This weekend we will be in Romans 14. We will continue Paul’s powerful teaching on how we are to relate to one another. I took the title right from the text and called the message “How God’s Work is Destroyed.” Even saying the title seems strange for me because I know God’s plans and purposes can never be hindered or “destroyed”. Yet, here in the text, Paul calls the people at Rome to “not destroy the work of God.” What on earth does this mean? And, how is it tied to the Kingdom of God? This is a time you will want to be with the family in person as the Holy Spirit will be doing a very deep work. Come prayed up and expect to meet the Lord.


Pastor Scott




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