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Welcome! We extend a special welcome to our guests, visitors and all who join us in worship today.

Please let us know of your presence or any prayer requests you have by filling out one of the cards in the pew rack and placing them in the offering plate. We hope that our church home becomes your church home and the spiritual place where you grow through the Word of God. Nursery care for children up to three years old is located on the main floor of the Welcome Center across from the library. Older children attending the church service are encouraged to borrow a Toddler Tote filled with activities as you enter the Sanctuary. Concerning the Sacrament of the Altar We believe that Jesus offers Himself to us in the Sacrament His true body and blood, for the forgiveness of sins. We also share the scriptural concern for those who participate in the Lords supper that they recognize what they are receiving (1 Corinthians 11:27). Therefore, we ask that all who desire to receive the Lords Supper please carefully examine themselves using the communion information card found in the pew rack. Communion is celebrated on the 1st and 3rd Sundays at both services. For those who desire, we offer gluten-free wafers (please give an indication to the Pastor or Elder) and non-alcoholic wine (located in the inner circle of the individual cup tray).

From the River to the Sea: Jesus Begins His Preaching Ministry
January 26, 2014 OPENING SONG 8:00 am 10:45 am The People That in Darkness Sat I Could Sing of Your Love Forever Better is One Day

LSB 412


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Almighty God, we sin against you in our thoughts, our words, and our deeds, in the things we do and things we do not do. We do not love you with our whole heart, nor do we love our neighbor as ourselves. We are sinners in need of your mercy. For the sake of your Son Jesus Christ, have mercy upon us, forgive us our sins, and lead us to everlasting life. Amen.

DECLARATION OF GRACE SONG OF PRAISE 8:00 am 10:45 am OLD TESTAMENT READING GOSPEL READING STATEMENT OF FAITH CHILRENS CHOIR 10:45 am BIBLE BLESSING Thy Strong Word Here I Am to Worship Isaiah 9:1-4 Matthew 4:12-25 Apostles Creed Let Your Light Shine

LSB 578 vs. 1-3, 5

Bible page 573 Bible page 809 See screens


Christ the Eternal Lord Ancient Words

LSB 829 vs. 1-4

Pastor John Davis Jesus Shall Reign LSB 832


LSB 830

Todays flowers have been given by Adam, Jessica and Jillian Griffith in celebration of Lynleighs 3rd birthday and Stephen and Janet Bain in thanksgiving for Chris Gasparonis recovery DISCIPLESHIP STUDY OPPORTUNITIES SUNDAYS Families and Children at 9:30 am: Family Discipleship (Nursery - 12th grade & parents) Adults at 9:30 am: Adult Instruction in the Lutheran Faith Pastor Davis is leading this informative class is for those new to the Lutheran faith as well as those who would enjoy a review of the Lutheran doctrines. (Welcome Center 2nd floor) "Putting God and Others First" In the midst of a "me-first" world, followers of Christ are called to be servants. The pursuit of a life of service is not easy, but it is a journey like no other. Join in the discussions led by Alan Bishop, Pat Croll, Tina Hergenrader and Nelson Scroggins. (Loomis Center 1st floor) Forgiveness Come hear what author Lowell O. Erdahl wrote concerning what the Bible says about Gods forgiveness and our forgiveness. Join this study led by Tim Gandre, Tony Rylander and Gary Tober. (Welcome Center 2nd floor) DISCIPLESHIP STUDY OPPORTUNITIES TUESDAYS Adults at 9:45 am: LifeLight: Minor Prophets Pastor Dale Leland leads this in-depth course exploring the books of Amos, Jonah and Habakkuk which seek a clearer understanding of how God spoke in history to pronounce judgment on sinful nations with the purpose of bringing them to repentance and how He continues to speak to His people today. (Welcome Center 2nd floor) WEDNESDAYS (Livin In 3D) Acts: Model for Todays Church is the title of this study intended for any and all adults in the congregation. Join us and see how lessons from the early church vibrantly apply yet to todays church. (6:00 pm dinner; 6:30 pm Worship; 7:00 pm studies). (Welcome Center 2nd floor) (Loomis Center)

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERS Members: Elsie Calafell; Jerry Denman; Elizabeth Drescher; Ursula Fitzner; Jennie Grisbee; Priscilla Johansen; Maribel Lian; Diana Marquardt; Norma Moore; Louise Ohlenbusch; Betty Pampell; Sherry Parker; John & Elsie Pierce; Phyllis Radcliff; Dennis Riske; Mary Smith; Joanne Story; Dorothy Swain; Don & Cathie Thomas; Inga Wood. Friends & Family: Gene & Joan Bach (Jody Cooks parents); Melinda Cieszinski (Stephen Leffingwells sister); Joe Dalton (Dave Graessers nephew); Donnie Heinrich (Leslie Sandifers father); Audrey Hansen (Glenn Hansens mother); Brendan Husfeld (Rich & Linda Husfelds nephew); Roger & Christine Ibarra; David & Katy Kummerfeld (Janet Parkers nephew and wife); Marie Lau; Mike Lightle (Judys husband); Betty Maeker (Brenda Davis mother); Bobby Norris (Robin Stankus uncle); Joanna Odham (preschool teacher); Katie Ondrias (Holly Martinezs friend); Maycel Plautz (Bob Plautzs mother); Ryan Richardson (Tim & Marilyn Gandres friend); Gilbert Rippe (Joyce Adams brother); Valerie Rivera; Roger & Olga Segura (Rachel Peckenpaughs parents); Wayne Toye (Jennifer Pergandes father); and Joe Turner (Bill Cooks friend). Military Friends & Family: Kyle Appelt (Keith & Laura Evans nephew), USAF Academy, Colorado; Stephen Appelt (Keith & Laura Evans nephew), USMC, Camp Pendleton, CA; Joel Davidson (son-in-law of Ron & Debby Ferguson), CWO, US Army, Afghanistan; Sgt. Travis Gingrich (Tina Zoubeks brother), US Army-Kuwait; Jeffrey Gruetzmacher, USN. OUR THANKS TO THOSE SERVING TODAY Acolytes Audio 8:00 am: 10:45 am: 8:00 am: 10:45 am: Leighann Sandifer; Tori Whillock Dominique Melcher; Allison Pergande Carolyn Meyer; Bob Plautz Sarah Pergande; Bob Stahmer Tracie Arldt; Margaret Inlow; Janice Melcher; Robin Stankus Alan Ostermann Jim Slater Pat and Teresa Croll; Ricky and Mildred Nietsche Stuart and Cindy Michalk; Tony and Waldean Rylander Lydia Sides; Sara Sides Brianna Bakenhus; Clara Bryan Alan Bishop; Steve Leffingwell; Russ Stall; Trevor Stall Bobby Gierman; Homer Inlow; Pat Ramsey; Tom Story MEMORIAL AT A GLANCE January 26 February 2, 2014 Sunday ~ 26th 8:00 AM 9:30 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM Monday ~ 27th 5:30 9:00 PM 6:15 PM 7:00 PM 9:45 AM 6:00 PM 7:15 PM 7:30 PM 6:30 PM Worship Service with Bible Presentations & Capital Campaign Leadership Installation Adult Instruction Family Discipleship Hour / Bible Studies Worship Service with Bible Presentations & Capital Campaign Leadership Installation Memorial Celebration of Birthdays Servicios en Espaol GLC CSC Training Childrens Handbells Joyful Ringers Lifelight Livin In 3D / Confirmation Womens Chorus Praisemakers Praise Team

Altar Guild Elder 8:00 am: Elder 10:45 am: Greeters 8:00 am: 10:45 am: Nursery 8:00 am: 10:45 am: Ushers 8:00 am: 10:45 am:

Tuesday ~28th Wednesday ~29th

Thursday ~ 30th

MEMORIAL AT A GLANCE (continued) January 26 February 2, 2014 Sunday ~ February 2nd

8:00 AM 9:30 AM 9:30 AM 10:45 AM 1:00 PM 5:00 10:00 PM

Worship Service with Communion Adult Instruction Family Discipleship Hour / Bible Studies Worship Service with Communion Servicios en Espaol Youth Super Bowl Party

GENEROSITY TIP OF THE MONTH JANUARY Practical suggestions to aid Disciples of Jesus in taking on the character of Jesus, especially the character attribute of generosity. During this past season of joy and goodness, there was a whole lot of cooking (and baking and making) going on. And, certainly one of our desires is to offer the best of our hospitality and family recipes. However, eating the best and paying for the best are not always the same. So, before your next trip to the grocery store, take time to consider where you shop, what you are shopping for and how much you are paying for the merchandise and how much you are paying for the marketing and prestige. Sure, there are non-negotiables, like real maple syrup vs. Log Cabin or Jiff peanut butter vs. Better Valu, but milk is milk, and eggs are eggs (unless theyre country eggs!). Of course, there are always health considerations in what you choose to eat; however, often times we can find the same food, with the same quality for less with just a little bit of research, effort, and patience. (This practice can also apply to clothing stores, furniture stores, hardware stores, etc.) TIP OF THE MONTH: Negotiate with yourself for cheaper prices 1. Take time to identify no more than 5 non-negotiables for grocery items that you buy regularly. 2. Each time you go to the grocery store this month, purchase the brand (or generic items if available) that is the best deal, except for the non-negotiables. Also, if you dont use coupons, try using a few this month. 3. Take note of which ones you liked and which ones you didnt and which ones made no difference. Update your nonegotiable list as necessary. Keep the receipt and note how much money you save on your purchases. Take those savings and put half in your savings and give half to God. FUTURE TIPS: Lets Go Resale-ing! The Tipping Point Count Your Blessings! What can I do vs. What can I keep