The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.
Discover the best professional documents and content resources in AnyFlip Document Base.
Search
Published by sbcfaithph, 2019-11-24 21:30:18

2019-10-27 SBCF Bulletin

2019-10-27 SBCF Bulletin

te = |i 4 >eee

aad a USi eLenors, —_—aana
ISSlOS SO ESalaeiTONEY

ohe . c a ‘ome UT — iemmnnte “retd

: —hlUlUP2c ae F D'

et a yeeSi 8

aa qtets ws Oey

pa aee eeeepe eiry5 ality
a saga oa
| nail
Se ee
DRaEVeELeOPINGNDYNAMIC DISCIPLES
aet HRfe 7s
eOEa4

= 7a.ney:
we) aie o- ses a < ea7
Ua (ee se“ Sy
eon
cs
ro =af poe >
-_ee LP aee7saalatnea
oe aoEr eee Eee
eee
— —— ee =. 3Gaae eemaesne‘ ar —ee-
r co: Nessie wr. Niees See |
ae
S|2x8e| eda ial erri¥de-|porn < sons
- ed ~~ —
—seS.
a, <<
Smimueens ‘dinette
; : el
-al— — ——- —- — -7 3 I~ 7
ee "] 3,
ak
Fr
eaaaee XPainsimLe aa
acids wiinaen pee
Se u ShireS: S~ Sye t

a.x2
ad eerLaie)
a, ae as=. eiEr, i

hdrere, is , Staie
2
a ’ am od
tee= —s BRICK esafiPi
err ssZe :

ASba= eet —ee)3 F .i = re = ):Se» et

| ca be

Me be

P= srgtog , AS: By Be oe we
j
SERMON 13: i
bem ioes Spt aS ha
SINCERE SERVICE 7
os
keae;
Fx
ai—aoR,ee iePRom.Le Fs| >
~
- mawY
—fsee . —me .aiaoe APM. ont M Sas

SO
oS aealofiaseee—” -= « ‘BZ oats5. Ret
:: Ss ree 7Te

eeSse eee(es i
a are eeSeeig. PaaS aesca. e
ci. “i oh ae.Sie }Sher. as ae

eS ———!
Mec EShe ES, ee

. es

. ee ss = -—S > = aa ——< iS
ine.: pa
2 ——* ; oy

a eS
ee et eeTtce ae . 24 -Ta. Oiy ye ae
See e oS
SX
eee — oe, ge— — =So ats OCTOBERana Tte lfGen el
ie —h tea!

ink
sata _ aea dxoi(ke1 as
Py y 2 bstl Se Re=f

ad i a2

+ i = : genre:
{PattenFSoe8SeAtaa . eal4.
~aee = Os 7

parse >
aaa, ae = eareei a s eo _ ee aif re
me
27, 2019

-

:

eo PERSON TO PERSON

"YIELD"

([ he other day, I was driving in the middle of rush hour
traffic when I noticed an ambulance approaching
behind me, sirens blaring. Naturally, I pulled over to the

side to allow the vehicle to pass. Further ahead, though, I

| watched as the ambulance struggled to get through the traffic

as not all the drivers would yield for the emergency vehicle.

They seemed to have no regard whatsoever to the potential

r life-threatening situation inside that ambulance; it’s that “me
\ first” attitude that plagues our country.
Re i ei
| se & Iwas reminded of the story in Matthew, Mark, and Luke when

Jesus was teaching a large crowd and four men came carrying

a paralyzed man to see Him, but they couldn’t seem to get
s through the crowds. I stopped there and wondered, “Why
-* on his mat through the tiles into the middle of the crowd, right
4 didn’t anyone give way?” The story continues (in Luke 5:19)

a) 3 with the four men, when they could not find a way to get

through the crowd, “they went up on the roof and lowered him

a in front of Jesus.” Wow! Imagine that kind of perseverance! It’s

an understatement to say that they got creative with their

=| solution! In Mark’s version of the story, the unnamed men
P actually DUG through the roof! I didn’t think it would be

K E E P<"% possible to literally dig through a roof, but they did it.
, CALM
Verse 5 says, “When Jesus saw their faith, He said to the
;
AND BE
L | K EJ
paralyzed man, ’Son, your sins are forgiven.’” Take note that

: —5 ES U. S Jesus’ decision to forgive was based on the actions of ALL the
4} men involved.

; The way I see it, there were 5 types of people here: those who
didn’t notice the paralyzed man, those who did notice but
:» refused to give way, and of course the four men who brought
the paralyzed man to Jesus.
em;.
How intentional are you in helping someone in need of Jesus in
Rebe their life? Do you even notice the need? Do we sometimes get

qe so focused on our own journey that the blaring sirens of a
spiritually dying person has been muted to our ears? Do we
A4

even care at all to yield for them?

peef e&it SUBIC BAY Let’s do more than just stepping aside to let others pass. Let’s
COMMUNITY
| be the ones carrying the stretcher. Let’s be the ones digging
FAITH
DEVELOPING DYNAMIC DISCIPLES through rooftops! Mees

Christoffer Dumlao
Creative Director

—CONNECTEDGET ic
ulate el

E kids hub. A10.2019 }
| = ‘Sunday, the children of Kids Hub learned about the, |
bsroles of masters and slaves - Masters being anyone in

l|e —4authority, while slaves being anyone under authority.

a SS mSet S .The kids realized that their masters are their parents
and teachers, whom they ought to obey and respect
accordi.ng to Ephesi. ans 6:6-7. A Chr.ist-centered
service means obedience and respect to authority
We are almost done with the book of Ephesians! Last :

R “ y iF r
y
, | .
cn
je ; aw = 4
oN ¢
: >
2
;: a

;
: ,;
\)\The children discovered that they, too, are sometimes 4
with gladness and sincerity.
al

a Ja SNSSN /

given the opportunity to be in authority when theyare | See y Ty \

tasked to lead in school projects. As followers of o‘

P od
.
Fl wvlove.. just as Christ did.
me Jesus, our role is to lead with humility, fairness, and |

J. aa9™ ~~~ |
~ | <7Te oe_ k sone).>, NS &— ~ \ WXaccountability. intentionality.i : ~= ©
\\discipleship 4
For crafts, the younger students made hard hats while | y!
the older kids crafted a “Cubee” construction worker =|
a. 4
to remind them to carry out the tasks and roles given be
‘ ita i Zi
to them with Ephesians 6:5-9 always in mind.
= 3
.a8ge

For more ministry updates, please visit our Facebook page at fb.com/sbcfaithph

twconnect CAyNNOUN<weCEMENX “TNSgroups.
_ s Ye , Qn

aco ol ote .N
|
. - CNW , AN
AW NGS
:
[email protected],S:for more f
Us >.contact cj bacatat|

Way Ni

se©,i, yourShould you choose not to take i| — i a.ie0aCa|MitMirgNVysGSek qaEWeeetaae‘teeere. ; SeikiaS! !

bulletins home, please leave them ey NN
at the Ushering Booth for recycling. pa .
2 ieA>o»S.ae gam-4pm
Thank you! )
i:Ee
-dwTotTteEGd —_=
jje
SUM safi iceieeSh} HeO4 UTeeCeeCITeee-OvaUiwlled|afT):
m~—€,|$ SUPPORTOUR i ae| h|| e ||
nS kes
Bee ~MINISTRY CENTER!
[email protected]} VEMBER
Sa
OPRlee Taighee cTg
| mcobeelt are rereer ennmonetnesen cs ayie,ayt iep !

soe ;
ATS (ofa)

meleneeuchic neice)

Dynamic Disciples for
meee

SERMON OUTLINE r|

BsUILDaING yDEEP: Peee

BRICK x BRICK of

SERMON 13: SINCERE SERVICE 1

Rev. Mau Rivera / Ephesians 6:5-9

BUILD WITH A CHRIST-CENTERED ATTITUDE WHEN SERVING
OR BEING SERVED BY OTHERS

|. CHRIST-CENTERED SERVICE

*Bondservants, obey your earthly masters with fear and trembling, with a sincere heart, as you
would Christ, "not by the way of eye-service, as people-pleasers, but as bondservants of Christ,
doing the will of God from the heart, ‘rendering service with a good will as to the Lord and not to
man, “knowing that whatever good anyone does, this he will receive back from the Lord, whether
he is a bondservant or is free.

Il. CHRIST-CENTERED LEADERSHIP

°Masters, do the same to them, and stop your threatening, Rnowing that He who is both their
Master and yours is in heaven, and that there is no partiality with Him.

STUDY GUIDE

The following supplementary Siucly Guide is designed to enhance your understanding and application of the message.
it is recommended that the guide be conducted in a small group setting such as your bible study Connect Group.

OBJECTIVE:
TO BUILD WITH WITH A CHRIST-CENTERED ATTITUDE WHEN SERVING OR BEING SERVED BY
OTHERS.

SYNOPSIS::
In Paul's letter to the Church of Ephesus - in Ephesians 6:5-g9 - Paul emphasized the importance
of having a Christ-centered attitude when being in service to other people or being served
themselves.

INTRODUCTORY QUESTION:

yourIn job, are you happy in your position? Why or why not?

-or-

Recall a project you've done in the past that involved a group, were you happy working in the
group and fulfilling your role? Why or why not?

APPLICATION QUESTIONS::

and1. Read verses 5-7. Explain the roles of a “bondservant" ‘master’ in both the biblical context

and today’s context.

a. What does it mean to obey with “fear and trembling"?

b. How does Paul want us to approach our outlook on employment (or doing work for

people)?

2. Read verse 9. What is Paul encouraging people of authority to do here?

REFLECTION::

@ 224 —»oo & -YW S ln

, Fs 7 \

a Fie

ABOUT SBCF

Subic Bay Community of Faith started in the summer of 2010 when a vision of church planting in
Subic Bay Freeport Zone was laid in the hearts of John Phillip and Mei Chua Chiaco. On
September 25, 2010, thirty-five people mei for the first worship service with Rev. Noel Panioja,
assisted by his loving wife Jenny Pantoja serving as the Lead Pastor/Church Planter of the team.
A year later, Rev. Maurice Adam Rivera was called io continue the spiritual leadership of SBCF.

While the church over the years continued to participate in numerous community-based
ministries such as outreaches, medical missions, church planting, fellowship groups, ministering
to the ministers, and other similar activities, ihe Lord steered the leadership of His Church to
prioritize discipleship and focus on the internal growth of those called to SBCF. Through His
leading and voice, the mission of SBCF became clear: to Develop Dynamic Disciples by leading
others to cultivate their inner life through Christ Jesus.

Today, SBCF continues to champion the call to Christian authenticity by prioritizing our own
relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We encourage people of all ages and
backgrounds to come and experience the joy and resteciness only Christ can bring. Worship with
us, and come as you are! Welcome io the SBCF family!

ABOUT THE SERMON SERIES

BUILDING DEEP: BRICK x BRICK
In ourjourney as disciples of Christ Jesus, we are called to live a life that continuously develops depth of
spiritual understanding. As we mature, it is no longer enough to just know the fundamentals of our faith, but
necessary to build a much deeper relationship with our God. We must learn to understand the purpose of
the personal ministry He gave to each one of us, and learn to work together in order to attain the whole
measure of the plans He prepared for His Church,

ln order to achieve this, one must continue building on what was already prepared, and start building up

steadily, brick by brick. It is through the steady additions of these sturdy and solid “bricks” that a house built

to last could be ready for its intended purpose.
We have created 13 sermons from the Book of Ephesians meant to build on the foundation we have already
started and help us grow deeper in our Christian faith by understanding the nature and purpose of His
Church, and how we each play a pivotal role in the Body of Christ.
Come and journey with us as we build the beginnings of our superstructure in Christ Jesus, Brick by Brick.
LEAD PASTOR
Reverend Mau Rivera MINISTRY DIRECTORS

FIREWALLCHURCH ADMINISTRATOR0917 142 1112CONNECT GROUPS CJ Bacatat 0917 189 0729
0917 326 9703 0917 774.7788
—Phillip Chua Chiaco FRAMEWORX Jaki Pantoja
Chris Dumlao 0966 317 2619
0917 893 0517
KIDS HUB Mei Chua Chiaco 0918 925 5628

LADIES’ LINK Edna Cruz

MEN'S DOS Rev. Mau Rivera 0917 142 1112

SERVER(USHERS) Anne Santiago 0918 900 1358

@ 0917 142 1112 6 [email protected] Ei vy @sbcfaithph

-SHUTTLE SERVICE TO PARK ‘N SHOP 12:30PM & 1:00PM


Click to View FlipBook Version