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At our church we are truly blessed to have so many people willing to serve in so many ways.
Our volunteer ‘army’ keeps the wheels turning, from cleaning and mowing through to service leading and cooking. Many hands certainly make light work… or at least lighter than it would otherwise be.
Our new roster is scheduled to come out this week, and as we see the many names attached to the many roles, we see a picture of the body of Christ in action… the many parts of the body all working together as one.
As always, check out our online church management system at thehub.oakflatsanglican.com for the latest and greatest version of our rosters, as well as the runsheet for the upcoming Sunday.
Thanks be to God for your willingness to serve, and the way in which we all work together to keep the necessary cogs turning, as we seek to see this place grow, to God’s glory!
There’s only one thing worse that having no authority: it’s having authority that doesn’t actually work.
This week we’ve seen the most powerful man on the planet fail to succeed in having authority over the people and the situations around him.
President Obama hasn’t yet been able to catch the Boston bombers, he wasn’t able to prevent the Texas explosion, and he has failed to lead his country to gun reform. What’s more, he is powerless to bring back to the life those tragically killed by bombs and guns, and will be unable to heal the people with horrific amputations.
In contrast, Jesus Christ, who wasn’t recognised as a president or king, could change life and history by simply speaking words.
As we look at Mark 1:16-45 this week, we’ll meet ‘The king with authority’, Jesus who rules everything and everyone.
We’d love you to join us this week!