JCC is continuing the summer sermon series “Gifts of the Spirit”. Pastor Shayna brought a message dealing with the gift of prophecy. You can click on the sermon page to listen to this week’s message. Click on the Publications page to read this week’s bulletin. Have a lovely week!
Today marks the beginning of our annual VBS. This year we have a team from Tennessee to help us put on our Mega Sports Camp. Some of the members of the team led worship for our AM service, and team leader, Pastor Adam, brought a stirring message about doing that extra thing to make sure that those we care about have a way to come to Jesus. Using the story about the friends of the paralyzed man who broke through the roof of the house where Jesus was teaching in order to get their friend to Jesus, Pastor Adam encouraged the congregation to do whatever it took to get our friends and family to Jesus. Click on the Sermon page to listen to today’s message.
If you are in the Anchorage, AK area bring your kids to VBS this coming week. Sign up at akjoy.com/events
Click on the Publications page to read this week’s bulletin.
We’ve been doing a sermon series on the Gifts of the Spirit, so today we’re reposting a wonderful article written by James Goll about activating your spiritual senses for Charisma’s online magazine that goes along with our series. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
“Each of us needs to become a discerner—no matter what our personal background or specific gift or function in the body of Messiah. Although some believers are especially gifted as prophets, every follower of Jesus receives the gifts of revelation and discernment. And every believer needs to use them! In fact, without discernment and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit, we cannot read more
Pastor Caleb brought the second teaching in the Gifts of the Spirit series last Sunday. He talked about the Word of Knowledge and the Word of Wisdom and their place in our lives today. Click on the Sermon page of this blog and then click on the message to listen. Thanks for tuning in! The July newsletter is posted on the Publications page.
If you live in the Anchorage area and are age 4 years through 6th grade – or you have kids or grandkids that are – it’s time to get your game on. Joy Christian Center is offering a mega sports camp day camp for the kiddos. The daycamp runs from July 9-13 9 AM to 3 PM each day. A snack and lunch are provided. The kids will have a blast doing crafts, playing sport games, singing songs, building character, and learning more about Jesus. Sign up at akjoy.com/events. Call 349-0255 for more information.
If you’re feeling forgotten today’s devotional written by Rebecca Barlow Jordan and reposted from her blog will remind you of God’s love and care for you. If you don’t feel that way at the moment tuck this gem away for one of those inevitable rainy day or better yet share it with a friend.
“How often do you think about God? Early in the morning? At mealtimes? Before bedtime? An hour a day? Once a week? Once a year?
Do you ever wonder if God thinks about you? If so, how often? Once a year? Once a month? After all, He has billions of names to remember. Maybe you’re just read more