CONCORD ANNOUNCEMENTS

God's Great Invitation  (Isaiah 55:1-11)

Some events require an invitation in order to attend. Some weddings are strictly by invitation only. The same is true of heaven. Only those who have accepted God's great invitation can enter heaven. The one key difference, however, is that His invitation is extended to everyone.

 

Join us at Concord General Baptist Church this Sunday (02/24/19) as we examine God's Great Invitation. Our text is Isaiah 55:1-11.
 
We are located at 3085 Manitou Rd., Manitou, KY. Service times are at 8:15 & 11:00 a.m. with Sunday School at 10:00 a.m.

Pay Attention  (Hebrews 1:1-4 & 2:1-4)

According to one website, 80% of car crashes are attributed to a driver being distracted or not paying attention. Although I don't have any statistics, I'm certain that 100% of all moral crashes can be attributed to a person not paying attention to God. 

 

God will guide us, if we will listen. Join us this Sunday (02/17/19) at Concord General Baptist Church as we continue our series on "Hearing God." This Sunday's message will be "Pay Attention." God urges us to pay attention to His warnings in the first two chapter of Hebrews. The text will be Hebrews 1:1-4 and 2:1-4.

 

The church is located on Hwy. 630, 3 miles from Manitou. Service times are 8:15 & 11:00 a.m.

Fruitful Hearing  (Luke 8:1-15)

The soil makes all the difference in the world. Good seed planted in good soil will produce good crops, and, of course, the opposite is true. Planting good seed in bad soil will be a waste of time and money. 
 
In Luke chapter 8, Jesus gives the parable of the sower. It’s a story of a farmer planting his crops in four types of soil. Out of those four types, only one is good soil, the kind that the seed will germinate in and grow up to produce a good crop. The key question is, what kind of soil are you?
 
Join us for either our 8:15 or 11:00 a.m. service as our pastor shares the parable of the sower.
 
Note: The weather forecast indicates we may have to cancel our 8:30 a.m.            service due to the threat of freezing rain early tomorrow. The rising            temperature, however, should melt any ice prior to the 11:00 a.m.              service.
 
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Discerning God's Voice  (Text: John 10:1-5)

Sadly, people everyday perform hurtful actions and claim that God told them to do it. Parents kill their own children, spouses get divorces for non-biblical reasons, and they all claim God gave them the okay to do it.
 
How can we know whether it's God's voice or some imposter that is speaking to us? Discerning God's voice is not easy, but it can be done.
 
Join us this Sunday (02/03/19) at Concord in either our 8:15 or 11:00 a.m. services as we continue our series on "Hearing God." This week we will look at how we can recognize God's voice.
 
We have children church and Junior Church for those interested in an alternative for their children during the 11:00 a.m. service.

Be Still and Know  (Text: Psalm 46:1-11)

In my youth, I learned that a squirrel hunter has to be still and listen for the squirrels. As a child of God, I learned the importance of being still and listening for and to God.
 
Join us this Sunday (01/27/19) at Concord as we continue our series on Hearing God. This Sunday's message title is "Be Still and Know." Our text is from Psalm 46:1-11.
 
Service times are 8:15 and 11:00 a.m. with Sunday School at 10:00 a.m.

"Hearing God"  (Text: Luke 10:38-42)

Retail workers know their number one priority is the customer. Factory workers know their number one priority is safety.
Christians must know their number one priority is to hear God? While our purpose is to glory God, our number one priority, which enables us to fulfill our purpose, is to hear God.

 

Join us Sunday morning (01/13/19) at Concord for a message on "Hearing God." In our text, Luke 10:38-42, we will see how Mary got it, but her sister, Martha, missed it.

 

Service times are 8:15 & 11:00 a.m.

How's Your Vision? (Psalm 32:8 & 9)

What does 2019 hold for us? What opportunities, obstacles, dangers, and unknowns await us in the new year? We don't know, but God does. God knows our future better than we know our present, therefore we need to listen to Him. He knows all. He speaks to us. We need only to listen and act on what He tells us.
 
Join us this Sunday (01/06/19) at Concord General Baptist church as we begin a new series on Hearing God. There is no better time to start listening to God than the beginning of a new year. The sermon title is "How's Your Vision." The text is Psalm 32:8 & 9.
 
We are located on Hwy. 630, 1 1/2 miles from Manitou. Service times are 8:15 & 11:00 a.m. each Sunday morning.

Helping Us Help Others

Our church packs 275 shoeboxes filled with various items for children for Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child each year. Shipping alone costs us $2,475. HOW CAN YOU HELP?

 

We have joined the Kroger Community Rewards Program where they will donate a portion of all sales with Kroger Plus cards linked to our church. What's so great is that you can help without any cost to you. Just simply log on, link your card, and each time you swipe your card, you are helping us help others. The instructions are as follows:

 

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