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For the Life of the World Screening and Discussion

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When God made the world in the Creation, he created humankind as His image bearers and stewards, placing them in the Garden of Eden.  Humankind messed that up in the Fall and God exiled them into the world, away from Eden. In other words, “strangers in a strange land.” For the Life of the World; Letters to the Exiles is video series that explores what it means to be human in an exiled world, yet a world in which the exile is moving towards a restoration with the Kingdom of God.  It tackles the question of “what is my Salvation actually for?”  It’s an amazing look at how God’s purposes are interwoven into each aspect of our lives, viewed in seven 20 minute videos.  Exiled, but not forgotten! For more information, please visit For the Life of the World website.

Faith Presbyterian Church will host a For the Life of the World marathon on Saturday, April 23.  We hope you’ll join us!

 

We had a blast with all of those who attended this event! If you missed it, no worries, we will be doing this again in the future. Keep a lookout for more of these events in the future!

Zionism Unsettled – Discussion Class on Sundays

Zionism Unsettled –  continues, Sundays at 11:00am in Room 1.

The class is based on a congregational study guide and DVD produced by the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). This Sunday’s topics are “The Concept and Practice of a Jewish State,” “A Tale of Two Villages”, “Christian Views of Jews and Judaism” and “The Covenant”.

The Rev. Dr. Chris Lenocker will provide theological insights to the discussion.

 

Zionism Unsettled – Discussion Class on Sundays

Zionism Unsettled is a four or five-week discussion class starting Sunday, September 13 at 11:00am in Room 1.  The class is based on a congregational study guide and DVD produced by the Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).  The first session will consider “Toward a New Framework,” “Palestine, Israel, and the United Nations,” “Political Zionism,” and “Constantinian Religion.” 

The Rev. Dr. Chris Lenocker will provide theological insights to the discussion.

Please sign up in the courtyard on Sunday, so we can have enough copies of the study guide.

Cru San Diego Summer Mission

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Faith Presbyterian Church Welcomes the students from the Cru Summer Program to San Diego. Cru is the next generation of Campus Crusade for Christ. Lots of great people graced our church on Sunday, June 7, 2015. We look forward to their 10-week adventure in San Diego and meeting with them as often as possible. What a wonderful growth experience for them and us. Check out their plans and the program for their San Diego Summer Mission, as well as their wonderful program at New Mexico State Cru.

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Vacation Bible School Volunteers Needed

We are still in need of additional volunteers for our Vacation Bible School, August 3 – 7, 2015; from 9:00am to 12:00pm.  Please speak with Steve Wood in person after worship on Sundays, or call the office at (619) 582-8480 or send e-mail to office@fpsd.org.

Thank you so very much for you help and participation.

Sunday School

Sunday School

NEW BIBLE STUDY GROUP

A Bible Study Group is starting Thursday, January 29th, at 7:00 PM.

Everyone of any age is welcome to the Bible Study Group – college students, young adults, and the young at heart!

Our vision for the study group is to focusing on what the Word has to say to us in the 21st Century and how the Word reveals the character of God and what His message means to us individually.

Stop in and try us!

It is a time for sharing, learning, and growing.

The initial meeting will be in the Library section of Faith Family Center.  If you have questions, send an email to office@fpsd.org and a member of the College Ministry Committee will contact you!  Will we see you there?

 

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Adult Education this Sunday

This Sunday, January 18th, we will watch the 2nd series of 6 classes on Islam, using the Great Courses video series taught by Professor John L. Esposito of Georgetown University.   The topics this Sunday include: Mohammad-Prophet and Statesman, and God’s Word – the Quranic Worldview.   All are welcome.