This Sunday we'll begin a new message series on Proverbs.  The Proverbs are a gathering of guiding lights; of principles on how to best live life.  I remember a teacher in High School saying "it is cheaper to learn from someone else’s mistakes."  Wouldn't it be so much better to learn from someone else’s wisdom?  
To go along with our message series, we've put together a journal to help walk you through reading one chapter a day in the Book of Proverbs for 31 days beginning on October 1.  It will help you reflect on important topics like family, money, faithfulness, showing mercy, showing caution, relating to authority, relating to the wise, relating to fools, and avoiding the traps that sin will lay for us. 
Proverbs: One a Day
Each day before you read, pray and ask God to teach you what the Proverbs mean and how He wants to apply them to your life today.
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We look forward to seeing you this Sunday as we begin our new series and learn about the wise way to live life!
We're partnering with the Evangelical Free Church Crisis Response Team to send 18 people to North Carolina for initial relief of those impacted by Hurricane Florence.  The team will head out in the early morning of Friday, October 5, and return at 8 PM on Monday, October 8 (Columbus Day).

How you can help...

PRAY: This is a quick response trip so pray for logistics as we prepare to head out soon, pray for those impacted by the storm who are still lacking services and support, and pray for the missionaries from Crisis Response, most of whom have spent the last year in Texas helping with Harvey relief. 
GO:  We have room for 16 more people on this trip.  If you are willing to lend support, sort, deliver, clean, carry, and most importantly, show the love of Jesus to hurting people, please join us on this trip.  Must be 18 years or older (or age 14-17 if accompanied by an adult).   
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GIVE: Not able to go on the trip?  Help by funding those who can.  You can send a check to CEFC or place it in the offering with "Serve N.C." in the memo line.  Your donation will support those who will be serving the afflicted in North Carolina.
BAKE: Our team will distribute home-baked cookies as a way to show people that someone cares.  Cookies must be packaged in a flat top, sealable container that you don't want back (1 dozen cookies max per container).  Be sure to write a note of encouragement on the top of each container and drop them off on the table in the church kitchen before 6 PM on Thursday, October 4.
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