Damariscotta Baptist Church
Monday, April 23, 2018
Growing personal relationships with God and community

     

PASTOR MARILEE HARRIS
NEW FALL HOURS
Mondays & Thursdays 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
and by appointment
Phone: 207-563-3587 (church)
or 207-504-2393 (cell)


 
 

  WORSHIP AND LEARN  

 WITH US    

 Sunday Worship Service: 10:30 AM

Children's Church: 10:30 AM

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 Are you new to DBC? 
Want to learn more about us?  Need directions?  Are you looking for ways to connect?  Want to join a group of serving and caring Christians?  We would love to answer your questions and help you find a home.


 
WE ARE HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE     

NURSERY CARE IS AVAILABLE DURING OUR WORSHIP SERVICE

Personal listening devices are available please ask an usher

If you have a prayer request, please use the Contact Us button  we will be very happy to pray for your need(s).




 

 

You Are Welcome Here 
Sunday Worship Service
10:30 AM



 

DID YOU KNOW?

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OUR ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE ON SUNDAY, APRIL 22ND - RIGHT AFTER OUR WORSHIP SERVICE



 

 PRAYER FOR THIS WEEK:  

"Dear God,

Help me to choose faith in You.  This means I will have to step into the unknown, but I am assured You are with me.”



 

PASTOR’S PONDERING:

Staffan Buranstam Linder was a Swedish economist and conservative politician.  He wrote the book, "The Harried Leisure Class," in which he predicted, "that as we in the West became more and more productive and therefore had more and more things to consume, time, a fixed commodity that cannot be increased, would become more and more precious."  Linder's thesis is that the only truly happy people are those who own very little and thus do not use up their precious time in taking care of, or buying and storing unnecessary things.  He writes, "We had always assumed the beneficial result of economic affluence to be a tranquil and harmonious manner of life...what has happened is the exact opposite.  The pace is quickening and our lives in fact are becoming steadily more hectic."  I think Staffan had it right.  Our society keeps telling us that we need more, when the reality is, the more we get, the more we lose.  We have more "stuff," but in the process of obtaining "wealth" we sacrifice the time-consuming occupations of relationship-building, romance, child-rearing and caring for the elderly." 



 
 

Just for You...




 SCRIPTURE FOR THE DAY
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“Since the creation of the world, God's invisible qualities - His eternal power and divine nature - have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse."
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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY 
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"The touch of the Master's hand is all around us.  We see it in the order, beauty, and dazzling variety of creation.  The great expanse of space, with its billions of stars, along with the incredible world of the microscopic are all testimony to an Orderer of great creativity.  God has left His fingerprints all over His world so we can know that He has been here and will not abandon the work of His hands." 
- Phil Ware -  


 
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