In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.
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.
What's an Expatriate? Not a former New England Patriot...but actually someone living in a country outside his own. The perfect example is Daniel, a rather wealthy, educated, handsome young man who was loyal to God regardless of circumstances....Daniel took a disastrous situation and turned it into a great opportunity to express faith and leadership. In the message on Sunday we will explore Seven Guidelines for an Expatriate. In difficult and challenging times in your life, I am sure these guidelines will prove helpful.
Serving Him together, Rev. Les Wicker, pastor
Lalyn Hamm, Guest Clarnetist ~ Special Music for the Service will be provided by Lalyn Hamm, a graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University with a degree in Clarnet.
Gloria Howell will share the importance of Black History Month. Gloria attended the "I Have a Dream" Speech of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 28, 1963 and was active in the Civil Rights Movement.
Women's Retreat February 2-3 - An Exciting Program is Planned for the Women's Retreat which will be held at the church. Plan to attend and invite a friend.
Annual Meeting Continued - The Annual Meeting of the Congregation will continue and conclude on February 18.
Monday Morning Men - Join the Monday Morning Men for Breakfast, fellowship, and program. This Monday the program will feature a video and speaker on Nantucket Island. The church has two families from Nantucket.
The Women's Bible Study meets every Tuesday at 6:00 PM.
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