|All Glory, Laud, and Honor (D. Johnson, AF 11-5085)|
Articles in this issue:
Andy Langford. Nashville: Discipleship Resources, 1989. 26 pp.
This pamphlet is a brief version of the title above, intended as much for the family as for pastors. It does not contain the actual "Order of Service."
Tell Your Children
September is a month of new beginnings for many churches. After a summer of travel and vacation, the community returns and seeks to be renewed through a new season of education and enrichment programs. "Tell Your Children/' a contemporary hymn that calls us as families and church family to retell "the Story" in the context of our covenant commitment with our God, is therefore very appropriate for September.
Opening Words of Scripture
As a father has compassion on his children,
so the LORD has compassion on those who fear him;
for he knows how we are formed,
he remembers that we are dust.
But from everlasting to everlasting
the LORD's love is with those who fear him,
and his righteousness with their children's children.
This series of sermon and song outlines from Acts focuses on the victory of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The perils that the early church faced are similar to those we face today. Racism, legalism, and all kinds of "exclusivism" threatened to split the church. People were too easily convinced by worldly "wisdom" and were tempted to rely on magic and witchcraft.
Welcome and Announcements
Call to Worship
Philadelphia: Westminster, 1986.104 pp. $8.95.