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Sermon Audio 10/01/17

Guest Speaker: Steve Gill


Taking it Home Announcement

Due to the Labor Day week-end, Taking it Home will not be meeting as planned. We will meet September 10 at the Rockey’s as scheduled.


Picnic in the Park!

We are planning a night at Holmes Lake park Sept 17th at 5:30 pm.

We will provide hamburgers and hot dogs. Please bring a side, but there will not be electrical outlets so plan accordingly.

This will be a time of fellowship with the entire church and guests.


Loving the Scriptures podcast by Steve Gill

Loving the Scriptures
For a comprehensive study of the Book of Acts, listen to Steve Gill’s podcast, “Loving the Scriptures” at www.lovingthescriptures.libsyn.com.

New episodes are posted every Monday.


Small Family Group Get Together

July 30 will be the next meeting for the
Family Small Group
Meeting at the Mason’s,
6728 Orchard St., Lincoln.
See Sarah Nichols for more


Announcing Dr Michael Licona Lectures

Is there Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus?  

Thursday, Aug 24 from 7-9 pm in the ballroom at the Student Union on the UNL campus,

1400 R St.   Q & A afterwards.

Are the Gospels Historically Reliable?

Sunday, August 27, 7-9st 27, 7-9
English: World English Bible - WEB

Izbrano poglavje ne obstaja!

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pm, First Free Church, 3280 S 84th St, Lincoln, Ne

Dr. Michael Licona, professor at Huston Baptist University specializes in the historical evidence for Jesus’ resurrection. His recent book is “Why Are There Differences in the Gospels?” Professor Dale C. Allison,  Jr. (Princeton Theological Seminary) writes, “Criticism often progresses through comparison, as it does in this significant volume.  Licona’s experiment of exploring differences between the synoptic in the light of differences within Plutarch is suggestive in multiple respects, and students of the gospels will come away with much to ponder.”


Week at the Park Activities Kick Off

We will be having a pot luck after church  Sunday
July 16th immediately following the service to launch our
WEEK AT THE PARK and welcome our Alabama guests. So bring a dish to share.

An informational meeting about the Week at the Park following the pot luck will be held.

Week at the Park is here July 17-21! See Jenn Worley with questions or to volunteer. 
July 17-20 at Oak Lake Park 6-8:30 pm.  We will have family games, snow cones, cotton candy, face painting and more.

July 21 at Holmes Lake Park, 5:30 pm  Bring food to share, we will have a family picnic!!



Women’s Bible Study this Sunday

Next Women’s Sunday School will meet in the library July 2


Save 12 pack pop cartons

We are asking the church family to save the cardboard cases that 12 pk cans of pop come in for a game that will be played at THE WEEK AT THE PARK. We will need a lot so bring them as you get them to church and Jenn will store them.


Week at the Park POT LUCK

We will be having a pot luck after church on Sunday July 16th
immediately following the service to launch our WEEK AT THE PARK and welcome our Alabama guests. So bring a dish to share.

We will be having an informational meeting about the Week at the Park following the pot luck.