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How can I find God? A blog post by Byron Keeling https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-can-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-february-19
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Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Christian season of Lent, roughly the six weeks preceding Easter Sunday. Lent offers us the opportunity to consider our own lives and remember why Jesus needed to die for our sins, that we might celebrate his love and resurrection all the more. This year we worship together in the Sanctuary at 6:30 PM on February 14.
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How Can I Find God: South Main’s Lenten Devotional Readings February 14 — March 31 https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-can-i-find-god-south-mains-lenten-devotional-readings-february-14-march-31
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Shrove Tuesday TONIGHT How can you go wrong with a night of pancakes and sacred Jazz? This observance traditionally precedes Ash Wednesday and the season of Lent during which certain indulgent foods were omitted. Pancakes became associated with Shrove Tuesday as an ideal means to use up all the eggs, fats, and milk. Pancakes will be served tonight in Fellowship Hall at 5:30 PM Worship will begin at 6:30 PM in the Sanctuary. Come enjoy pancakes, music, and celebration!
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Join us for Shrove Tuesday Dinner & Service! Dinner at 5:30 p.m. Shrove Tuesday Jazz Service at 6:30 p.m.
2nd Sunday Family Talk, February 11 A major goal of the Family Ministry is to strengthen the Monday through Sunday ties in families' lives - where what happens on Monday influences your family's faith and what happens on Sunday influences your life when you aren't at 4100 Main Street. To that end, we are thrilled to bring an incredible line up of national speakers for our "2nd Sunday Family Talk" series to South Main. The second talk in our series will take place this Sunday, February 11, in the Youth Center. David Fraze will teach us about Technological Responsibility. David holds a Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Seminary and has served as the director of the Youth and Family Ministry program at Lubbock Christian University. He continues teaching as a graduate adjunct professor of Youth Ministry and related studies. David and his wife Lisa have two children, Braeden and Shelbee. David has donated all expenses associated with his speaking engagement to the Harvey Relief funds of SMBC.
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TO BE MADE COMPLETE… We gather to worship each week and encourage one another in fellowship, but our discipleship is not complete if we’re not giving to God’s purposes. After season of great focus and prayer, our congregation has clarified what we believe God's purposes are for our church in 2018 and set them down in our budget. Each member of this great church can be a part of how we accomplish what we’ve agreed on pursuing together. If you’ve pledged to the budget and given in the past, thank you for your faithfulness and generosity and we’d encourage you to do so again this year. If you haven’t, you can be a part of something remarkable as we're challenging 40 new givers/families who have not given before to commit through auto-draft to give $85 per month which will add up to $1000 by the end of 2018. Whether you are someone who has been giving of your resources to the church for a long time or are thinking about beginning, prayerfully consider giving regularly this year so that, more and more each day and each week, your discipleship will be made complete. After a season of great focus and prayer, our congregation has clarified what we believe God's purposes are for our church in 2018 and set them down in our budget. Please fill out a pledge card, either the hard copy you received in the mail or online at smbc.org/pledge-online, during the month of February.
"Isn’t it encouraging that just like how God’s invitation of grace is for everyone, the building of His kingdom is, too? Whatever your ability to give, we each can add to the beauty of this work in progress." A blog post by our very own Erin DuBroc: https://www.smbc.org/blog/kingdom-coming