Sunday Services: 10:30 AM
505 South Sixth St. Burbank, CA
Scripture For The Day:
“For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”—1 Corinthians 1:18
I like the cross…I like the way it looks…I like what it represents…I don’t necessarily like the way it is trivialized in our jewelry (no big whoop)…but the power of the cross rests in its message…The message of the cross is the awesome power of God to do all things—chief among them being to raise us to life through the blood of Christ.
I don’t like a cross that is busted…I don’t like a cross that is pitched upside down with its arms broken…like I said, I don’t like how it is abused in terms of fashion…But does it offend me to the point of anger and rage? Nah…Do I like it when it is removed from a public place like a park or a hillside? Not really, but…
…but I laugh my head off at those who believe, somehow, they are defeating Christianity by having it removed…Because, again, the power is in the message of the cross…not because two planks of wood are crossed like a lower case “t”…
They can destroy crosses, burn Bibles, close churches, outlaw prayer…but the message about what took place on the cross, the power given us through the scripture, the strength we attain by fellowshipping together and the victory we experience in prayer…can never be stopped.
Burbank Faith now has a Twitter account. You can follow us at; @BurbankFaithNaz
BIG WEDNESDAY—March 15…We are planning on having an All-Church dinner/Bible Study in Martin Hall…If you were around in the old days we used to call these “Dime-A-Dips” and we talked about missions…Dinner will start at 6:30 and then Larry Marak will share a Bible Study…We will have childcare available—Megan Torosian & Emmy Chavez have already volunteered…As of right now we are not intending for this to be a potluck…we will be asking people to sign up…if we reach a certain threshold we may rethink that…We will not being doing pizza…This will not be a weekly thing…but perhaps a couple of times a year…You have six weeks, check your calendar and be a part.
VBS Goes to Rome: The theme for Vacation Bible School this year is “Rome: Paul & The Underground Church”
The dates are June 26-30…Look at your calendar…share with your friends…Pray for Seana Zilbert, who is directing…Make plans to volunteer.
July is Camps Month: Remember July is camps month…Junior High, High School & Kids.
District Assembly is July 12-14
(It is one month later this year due to General Assembly (Indianapolis) being held June 21-30.)
Did You Know?
On this date in 1826 The American Temperance Society (later renamed the American Temperance Union) was organized in Boston. It quickly grew into a national crusade, and within a decade over 8,000 similar groups had been formed, boasting a total of 1.5 million members.
February 13: “Riders On The Storm”—7:PM
February 14: Women’s Bible Study—Tonight—7:PM
All Church Prayer Time: 7—to—7:30 PM
Worship Team Practices: 7:30 PM
Adult Bible Study—Judges 13—7:30 PM
February 16: Church Board Meeting, 6:30 PM
February 19: Sunday Service, 10:30 AM…Sunday evening “Prayer Hour” from 6-to-7:PM
February 26: “You Are Loved”—Potluck, following morning worship.
March 4: Men’s Breakfast at Harry’s, 8:00 AM
March 4: VBS planning meeting, Martin Hall, 11:AM
March 15: Big Wednesday
March 19: Church Board Elections
April 16: Easter Sunday
May 13: Ladies Tea
May 14: Mother’s Day
May 21: VBS planning meeting, following morning worship.
May 29: Memorial Day
June 26-30: VBS Week