Damariscotta Baptist Church
Friday, July 20, 2018
Growing personal relationships with God and community

     

PASTOR MARILEE HARRIS
Office 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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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


 

 PRAYER FOR THIS WEEK:  

"Dear God,

Give me the long view and help me to remember You are Mighty to Save."



 

PASTOR’S PONDERING:

10 Very Possible Reasons Your Church Isn’t Growing

By Carey Nieuwhof

Sometimes you and I make life out to be more mysterious than it actually is.You ask why you keep getting speeding tickets (why me God?!?) when the simple truth is you usually speed.

You ask why your friendships are so conflicted when the truth is you gossip.

You wonder why your kids don’t talk to you when the truth is you haven’t been around to build a relationship in the first place.

Often problems whose origins seem mysterious to us are really not that mysterious to others. We just can’t see the truth.

The same is true for many of us who want our church to reach new people and are puzzled why that just isn’t happening.

Maybe it’s not as mysterious as you think.The same is true, by the way, for personal growth. Growth in effectiveness and impact as a leader is not as mysterious as you think.  ...more



 

DID YOU KNOW?

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SENIORS BEING HUNGRY IS A NATIONWIDE EPIDEMIC

Nearly one in every six seniors in America faces the threat of hunger and not being properly nourished.  This applies to those who aren't sure where their next meal is coming from and those who don't have access to the healthiest possible food options.  The issue is severe enough that the AARP reports that seniors face a healthcare bill of more than $130 billion every year due to medical issues stemming from senior hunger.

Senior hunger is an expansive issue that requires an understanding of exactly what constitutes a senior being "hungry," the issues that stem from senior hunger, and how seniors who are hungry can be helped.

Let's be vigilant and strive to solve this issue, at least where we live!

For explanations, information and data related to senior hunger, please see: 

http://www.aginginplace.org/the-facts-behind-senior-hunger/



 

 
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 SCRIPTURE FOR THE DAY
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“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it."
- Proverbs 22:6 -


 

 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY 
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"Parents have been given a sacred task in raising their children in a godly manner."
- Cross the Bridge with Pastor David McGee-


  

 
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