All You Wanted to Know about the BHBC Music Ministry (and more)

MUSIC NOTES: 1.5.16

Happy New Year

 

THIS SUNDAY, 1/10

Choir: No Choir  (you get one more week off; see below)
Preacher: Jason

 

NEXT ADULT CHOIR REHEARSAL:  Jan. 13th

Since all other Wed. evening activities are not starting up until the 13th, I’m allowing you one more week off. 🙂  But, get ready to work….Easter approaches.

 

NEXT BIG THING: SUMMIT Worship Service, Jan. 31st

summit

On Sunday, Jan. 31st, we’re having a very special worship service that includes a totally different Sunday morning scheduleALL Sunday Schools will meet at 9:15am, then EVERYONE will assemble together in the Worship Center at 10:30am.  Overflow space will be available in the Commons.  It’s on this morning that Jason will present very exciting plans and vision for BHBC.

Then, come back at 5pm for a special “building presentation.”  This is not a vote, but simply an opportunity to see what could be in our future.

 

BLOGGING: MUSIC NOTES & SOUL FOOD (Year-end report)

I just received my “end of year” email from WordPress containing numbers for our BHBC Music Notes blog as well as my Soul Food blog. Music Notes has been visited approximately 5900 times this past year, while my Soul Food blog was visited approximately 13,000 times. That means a lot of people are reading/learning about Christ.  And that’s good news. 🙂

 

WHY ARE THERE SO MANY BIBLE TRANSLATIONS?

Bible-translations

Read the brief blog here.

 

BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY’S TOP TEN DISCOVERIES OF 2015

Great article from Christianity Today.  Read it here.

 

NEW WEDNESDAY EVENING SCHEDULE, BEGINNING 1/13

6pm – dessert fellowship in FLC

6:30pm – classes begin (Jason will teach in the FLC, while other classes will be meeting outside the FLC.)

7:45pm – Dismiss

 

QUOTE(s) of the WEEK

“The apostles of Christ filled the 260 chapters of the New Testament with about 300 references to Christ’s second coming.” John MacArthur (Are you ready?)

“I started reading the Bible not because I believed in Christianity, but because it was the best-selling book of all time. To my surprise, it started to change me.” – Rosalind Picard, MIT Professor of Media Arts & Sciences

 

LAUGHTER IS GOOD MEDICINE:

“When I was younger I could remember anything, whether it happened or not.” Mark Twain

 

GRACE NOTES: “Costly Grace”

Bonhoeffer

Read the blog here.

 

Soli Deo Gloria, Nick

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