July 21, 2019


Terre Haute

Grace Communion



July 21, 2019

– Call To Worship –

   “Lead Me To The Rock”

Opening Prayer

“Under The Shadow”

“We All Bow Down”

       Prayers of Intercession 

Worship Offering

Sermon: Don Auxier

‘Bible Study – Acts 18’

Closing Song

“Let There Be”

Closing Prayer


Worship God in Spirit and Truth

Grow in His Grace and Knowledge

Share the Love and Hope we have in Jesus


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‘Don’t Worry about What to Say!’

Saturday, July 20, 2019

[Jesus said,] “But when you are arrested and stand trial, don’t worry in advance about what to say. Just say what God tells you at that time, for it is not you who will be speaking, but the Holy Spirit.”

Mark 13:11 NLT

Key Thought

What an incredible promise! We are never alone, even when we are under the threat of persecution and martyrdom. We have the Holy Spirit of God within us. We are not abandoned in trial or torture. The Spirit who bore witness to Jesus through the centuries will bear witness to Jesus through us. The power of this promise is demonstrated in the story of Stephen: “But [the people arguing with Stephen] could not stand up against the wisdom the Spirit gave him as he spoke. … Stephen, full of the Holy Spirit, looked up to heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God” (Acts 6:10; Acts 7:55).

Today’s Prayer

O Almighty God, please give me the courage to speak up for Jesus with grace and boldness trusting that your Spirit will give me the right words and attitude to share my hope with those who do not yet know your grace given in Jesus, in whose name I pray. Amen.

Prayer Requests

Barb Wesleytreatment for cancer

Haitian GCI Pastor Joseph Franklin Several reports from friends in Haiti have said that he is hospitalized with brain cancer. Confirmation is being sought.

Tom Conklin – (Indy) On August 2nd he will have the very simple surgery on his bladder to check for cancer.

Chuck Davison (Laf) That an injection in his left knee will help with his bone-on-bone situation. He has cellulitis in the lower part of his right leg.

Jim Ray (Hope) Recovery from sinus surgery

Dwayne Brown (Indy) Is awaiting results of biopsy of lymph nodes in chest and groin to see if they are cancerous.

Asha Jacob -request about my safe delivery of a healthy baby and preparations for the baby coming; in the 3rd trimester and having some complications

Janis Beck (Laf) She is on a new medication that is helping with her cellulitis. Prayers that her condition continues to improve.

Mary Lou Fletcher (dear friend of David & Jonnie Perry who lives in Pendleton, Oregon) will be having surgery for ovarian cancer

Carl Franz (Laf) Continues to have shoulder issues

Zadie Conklin–(Indy) Is dealing with terrible back pain

John Nelson–(Indy) Some type of infection in sinus/head

Amelia Kugley–(Indy) For improvement in her health

Lucy (Anita Fanz’s sister) Still struggling with various health issues

Les Reid (Indy) In a health care facility with declining health

Joe Wilber – (Indy) Continued prayers for his well-being

Norm Durbin (Laf) Improvement in his foot/ankle

Ena – Kidney failure

 GCI INDY   (from Marilyn Talison)  – a permanent church home

Joseph & Georgette Franklin, Our Haiti Church & School – Prayers for joy, safety & blessing & provision. The school year is to begin late Sept.

Joe & Tammy Tkach & Greg & Susan Williams – Protection, safety, wisdom & encouragement

Divine Appointments To Touch Others With Jesus’ Life & Love

Prayers for the Body of Christ World Wide

Prayers for our Persecuted Christian Brothers & Sisters.

Prayers for Divine Appointments to touch others with Jesus’ life & love

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