New Sermon Series | A Study of the Book of Esther
Do you ever feel like in your moments of greatest need, God is nowhere to be found? That’s the admission of the psalmist in the familiar Psalm 42. The Book of Esther has another encouraging perspective – Even when God seems to be absent, he is working behind the scenes to preserve and deliver his people.

I just finished outlining the book of Esther this morning for our sermon series, and we are ready to begin planning our Sunday services. I cannot wait to start preaching through Esther. I pray it will encourage you, even in your most difficult times, that, while you may not feel God is there, he is very much there with us, guiding our steps, preparing our circumstances, and leading us in such a way that we will be preserved in his grace and delivered by his hand.

To encourage you in our study, we have purchased about 150 copies of Crossway’s sermon notebooks. They will be available on a first come, first served basis at the book stall in the foyer.

Life Classes
We will resume a new cycle of Life Classes beginning Sunday, August 21, at 9:00 a.m. Our Meaningful Membership Class follows the same schedule as life classes. Next week, we will list all the Life Class options with some explanations. Make plans now to join us for Life Class.

Wednesday Nights in the Fall
Go ahead and mark your calendars. Resolved Student Ministry (RSM) will return to our building on August 24. This summer the students are meeting at the Levi’s.

High Pointe Institute (HPI), Women’s Bible Study, and a new Counseling Training will begin August 31. The HPBC Biblical Counseling class is for anyone who would like to grow in their ability to apply the Scriptures to everyday life, learn how to help others through the issues they face, or understand the foundational truths and methodology that make up biblical counseling.


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