Seek New Sight This Sunday we will celebrate communion, sing, pray and hear from God’s Word. As we look at John 9, we will consider what it means to receive new sight. There is a lot happening around the world and in our own lives. We should consider how Jesus is the lens that makes it all clear.  So, please come, grow, and celebrate Christ as the revealer of Truth. General Announcements New Sermon Series:

Practicing the Spiritual Discipline of Forgiving Others by Pastor Jim Renke “Forgive us our debts as we have forgiven our debtors.”  - The Lord’s Prayer Our hope is, just as we have fasted, prayed, and given, this Friday we will take an opportunity to practice forgiveness.  This is a spiritual discipline that frees us to experience the riches of God’s grace of forgiveness for us.  Here are some things to think about as we practice

Eating the New Meal This Sunday, we look forward to lifting high the name of the Lord in worship. He has initiated a new creation in Christ. He is creating a new humanity. And he is our new food. From John 6, we will focus on Christ as our true, eternal nourishment. He gives life daily, as we learn to partake of him by faith.  Join us this Sunday at 10:30, either in

Refreshed in the New Drink This Sunday, March 20th, we look forward to exalting Christ in prayer, song, and the Word. Today we recognize that God is offered freely only in Jesus, the well of living water. We invite you to come celebrate with us in person at 10:30 am in Lincolnshire, IL. You’ll find a spiritual home, made ready for you. General Announcements New Sermon Series: This Spring, we will walk through the book

https://youtu.be/VqV4_XSF54w A Personal Guide to Prayer Pastor Casey Dwyer Remember Jesus’ guidance Prayer is not a performance for God, others, or us. Prayer is personal connection with God our Father Prayer is prioritizing God’s kingdom in our lives Reset your mind When you sit down to pray, ask yourself some questions. Respond to each answer with a short prayer as listed below: Why is my soul downcast? Lord have mercy Why is my heart heavy? Lord, have

Receive a New Birth This Sunday, March 13th, we look forward to exalting Christ in prayer, song and the Word. As we lift him up, we will discover again the miracle of new birth as promised in John 3. This new birth is the beginning of our preparation for the New Creation and New Kingdom Jesus came to give.  We invite you to come celebrate with us in person at 10:30 am in

  https://youtu.be/0QbH2NES92w   TIPS ON FASTING by Pastor Jim Renke Caution:  If you have underlying health conditions such as pregnancy, anemia, behavioral disorders or other chronic health problems, you should never fast without consulting a physician first. Preparation before the Fast: What are the limits you’ll place on yourself?  Some cannot do a complete food fast for a variety of reasons and will instead decide to modify their diet for the day.  That’s okay. Choose your schedule. The

Anticipate a New Beginning This Sunday is the first Sunday of Lent and the weeks of preparation for Passion Week and Easter.  Along with our time at the Lord’s Table, we will worship, pray and spend time in his Word.  Our message begins a series titled, Believe and Discover, a study in John.  From John 1, we’ll see that Christ’s coming was the beginning of a new epoch – a new age –