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Announcements: March 7, 2017

Daylight Savings Time Remember to set your clocks forward an hour before you go to bed this Saturday, March 11. Daylight savings time starts at 2:00 am on Sunday, March 12. Family Business Meeting Please make plans to attend our next Family Business Meeting next Sunday, March 12 at 5:30 pm in the gym. This, as usual, will be a pitch-in dinner so please bring a dish or d...

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Announcements: February 27, 2017

New Discipleship Classes The third quarter Discipleship Classes start this Sunday, March 5th. The classes that will be offered are: New Testament - (Teachers: Chase Sears Ethan Graves) Christian Theology - (Teachers: Chris Pope Michael Britton) Christian Disciplines - (Teachers: Brian Joines Jeremy Sumners) Biblical Manhood Womanhood - (Teachers: Mike Bauslaugh...

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Announcements: February 13, 2017

New Discipleship Classes The third quarter of Discipleship Classes will be starting on Sunday, March 5. The classes that will be offered are: New Testament - (Teachers: Chase Sears Ethan Graves) Christian Theology - (Teachers: Chris Pope Michael Britton) Christian Disciplines - (Teachers: Brian Joines Jeremy Sumners) Biblical Manhood Womanhood - (Teachers: Mike ...

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Support Choices Life Resource Center by Members Serving, Donating Items, and Giving Financially

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Support by Members Serving, Donating Items, and Giving Financially....

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Planning to Internalize God's Word in your Heart

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Last Sunday I challenged us, from Proverbs 2, to internalize God's word in our heart. I spoke about how we often depend too much on our smartphones or even the luxury of owning a Bible. As a result, we merely reference the Scriptures, rather than internalize them. However, Proverbs 2 shows us that when we internalize God's word through memorization and meditation, the foll...

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Parent/Child Commitment Sunday

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Oak Park Parent/Child Commitment This Sunday, as part of Sanctity of Life Sunday, we will have our Parent/Child commitment. Oak Park intentionally calls this a "commitment" and not "dedication". There is no ritual that we can do for your children one Sunday when they are young to bring them to faith in Christ later in life. What we do have control over are the actions tha...

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Announcements: January 9, 2017

Parent/Child Commitment Sunday- January 15th If you have had a child born in 2016 or are a family with young children who is new to the church and would like to participate in this Parent/Child Commitment, contact Terry Broady by this Wednesday, January 11 at terry.broady@oakparkbaptist.com or at the church office at 812.283.9400. This will not make your child a Christian...

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Announcements: January 2, 2017

Haiti Mission Trip Info Meeting There will be a brief meeting after the worship service next Sunday, January 8, for anyone who wants more information about our Haiti mission trip.ednesday Night Activities Wednesday Night Activities Please make note that all Wednesday night ministries will not meet again till January 11, 2017. Jail Ministry Meeting On Monday, January 9...

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Announcements: December 19, 2016

Special Services On Christmas Eve at 5:30 Oak Park will host a Candlelight Service with carol singing, a reading of the Christmas story, and an exhortation from Pastor Chase. Also, children are encouraged to come in their pajamas for this short family friendly service. On Christmas Day we'll celebrate with a traditional Carol Service singing classic Christmas hymns. Past...

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Announcements: December 12, 2016

Christmas for Christ Service Our annual Christmas for Christ Service will be held next Sunday, December 18. This is the day we give our first gifts to Jesus by giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. Please be in prayer about what the Lord would have you give. Our church goal this year is $12,000. The week of prayer starts today and are ...

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