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FCCN Sunday Service Preview - "An Empty Tomb...A Place of Victory"

April 1, 2018
Now on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb early, while it was yet dark, and saw the stone had been rolled away.  John 10: 1.

Dear Friends,
Humankind is always marveling at something new, things we find compelling. It was Columbus, then the harnessing of the steam engine. More lately, its the computers, and every form of technology. Man has always reached beyond himself to some new frontier. But the truth is nothing has impacted human life like the Resurrection. We are Easter People, those who share the joy of the Risen Christ.  But what does the Empty Tomb mean in your life?
Here are three important meanings of the Empty Tomb:

   I.  PAST FAILURES CAN BE ERASED.

   II. LIFE'S CHALLENGES CAN BE 

       FACED.

   III. DEATH IS OVERCOME WITH 

    VICTORY.

FCCN Sunday Service Preview - "Appointment in Jerusalem"

March 25, 2018,
And those who went before him and those who followed, cried out, "Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord."  Mark 11: 9.

Dear Friends,
This Sunday is Palm Sunday, and while we know the outlines of the story, have we ever considered the details? Why did events unfold as they did and what was the meaning of each event? The events of the week are nothing less than "Jaw Dropping."

We will cover such focus points as:

FCCN Sunday Service Preview - "The Valley After the Mountain"

March 11, 2018
"As they were coming down the mountain, Jesus charged them to tell no one what they had seen.  ~ Mark  9:9
Dear Friends,
The Sunday preceding Lent is called "Transfiguration Sunday," as Jesus was transfigured with Moses and Elijah.  He took with him Peter, James, and John, who were amazed beyond words at what they beheld. But Jesus did not stay on the mountain. He came down to the real world of trials that would define his life until his death on the cross.  It would be trials of suffering,betrayal, and denial. Lent is a season reflective of Christ's day's subsequent to the Transfiguration...We've all been on the top of the mountain, but frequently find ourselves in the valley  "after the mountain." Life is filled with valleys.  High moments never last.  It's how we respond to the low moments that define our lives.
Serving Him together, Rev. Les Wicker, pastor

FCCN Sunday Service Preview - "Daniel, the Expatriate"

February 4, 2018
"Then at the break of day, the king arose and went to the den of the lions.  
When he came near where Daniel was, he cried out in a tone of anguish and said to Daniel, O Daniel, servant of the living God, has your God been able to deliver you from the lions?"  Daniel 6: 21.

FCCN Sunday Service Preview - "Surviving the Church"

January 21, 2018
"Brethern, I do not consider that I have made it my own, but one thing I do, forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the upward call of God in Christ Jesus."  

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