Digital Bulletin 11-6-2022
Join Us On Sunday, November 6, 2022
Welcome to mycsbc.com. You might notice the signs around our church about Word 511. Sunday is the second of a four Sunday journey emphasizing the impact of God’s Word in and through us intentionally, internally and externally. We want to extend an invitation to join us. We hope that you will choose to worship with us. It is our prayer that you will be encouraged, and your life will be changed! If you are a guest with us, please let us know you are here by filling out our digital guest card. We pray that God will bless you this weekend!
-Pastor Dennis Jennings
On The 511 Highway Today!
We continue our Word 511 journey today. Every Sunday School/Bible Study class has an attendance goal to meet. Last week it was exciting to see the International Friends and 1st Grade classes make their goals on the very first Sunday! Individually, our focus is about making the Word of God practical in each life daily over three weeks through three challenges. They are the Intentional Challenge: read the Bible at least 5 days each week using our church Bible Reading plan or at least one chapter from the Gospel of John each day; the Internal Challenge: Memorize 1 verse each week with your family or a friend; the External Challenge: invest in and invite at least 1 unsaved or unchurched person to church during the campaign, especially on Family Day, November 20.
Honoring Veterans Next Sunday
Colonel Chip Fields has been our missionary chaplain in the US Army sent from CSBC. A few weeks ago, he retired from active duty after more than 40 years of service. Next Sunday, November 13, we are excited to bring Colonel Fields back to CSBC to hear about his ministry and honor his service. This is a fantastic opportunity to invite a veteran to be a part of this special day. We will have a gift for each vet present in the service.
Family Day November 20
Family Day is one of most exciting days of the year at CSBC. The idea is for everyone to be in your place for Sunday School as part of our CSBC family and then to adopt an unsaved or unchurch family or individual to join your family for the special services and Thanksgiving dinner. We are asking you to make a difference by investing in and inviting someone to hear the Word and let God work in their life. When we all do what we can, we can expect God to do something great in our midst.
Vote: The Stewardship Of Your Citizenship
Christians should take a stewardship view of how to cast our votes on Tuesday. Every citizen has one vote. But the motivation must be different for Christians. We don’t vote simply because the government is set up that way. We vote because we have a responsibility before God of selecting representatives who will be most faithful in carrying out particular principles God has revealed in the Bible. Our highest responsibility is the stewardship of everything that has been given to us by God Himself. Act on the stewardship of your citizenship as you head to the polls to cast your vote on Tuesday.
Senior Men’s Class Relaunching November 27
We are excited to announce we are relaunching our Senior Men’s Sunday School Class on Sunday, November 27. Bob Sharp will be teaming up with Dan Moore to lead this class designed for men 55 and older. Along with the new leadership team they will be moving to Room 120, a classroom in the choir hallway.
Discovery Class Begins December 4
This class is an introduction to our CSBC family. This class is designed to clearly explain what our church is all about. We want you to catch a vision of what God intends to do through our church and how you can have a part in it!
- Middle School Girls Fall Garden Party, November 12, 2-4 p.m.
- High School Boys MSU Football Game, November 12, 12-5 p.m.
- Podurgiel Class Friendsgiving Event, November 12, 5-7 p.m.
- Kids Christmas Musical, Sunday , December 11, 6:00 p.m.
- Adult Choir Christmas Musical, Sunday, December 18, 10:30 a.m.
Thank You For Your Faithful Giving
We want to encourage everyone to be faithful with their tithes and offerings.
You can give:
By using dropping your offering envelopes into the offering boxes in the back of the auditorium and on the walls in the lobby
Through the website at mycsbc.com
On the Realm Connect app
Through the mail – our offering envelopes are postage paid – meaning you can drop your offering in the mail without a stamp. If you would like us to send you envelopes to use during this season, just call the church office and we will be happy to put them in the mail to you asap.
Thank you so much for your faithfulness in giving to the Lord
Realm Connect – Our Church App
Our Realm Connect App allows us to send out announcements electronically as needed, rather than waiting for Sunday to publish them in the bulletin. The Connect App also allows you to be faithful with your giving. Realm Connect allows us to do many things more efficiently and effectively, like managing events, group attendance and communications and so much more! If you don’t have the Realm Connect app, send an email to Info@mycsbc.com We will send a link to the Realm Connect app.
How do I start?
It’s quick and easy to get started:
• Click Here (A new browser tab will open)
• Click the “Sign Up” Button
• Fill out the form
• Click “Continue” Button at bottom
• A Confirmation Email will be sent back within 24 hours
• Follow the emailed instructions to set up your username and password
• Download the app from your phone app store (android or apple)