Join us this Sunday evening for a special study of discipleship. We exist as a church to make disciples of Jesus Christ and the Sunday evening service is an extremely practical study of what that means.
This week we will speak very practically about How To Study the Bible. There will be a handout with a simple outline of how to study Scripture as well as a survey of many helpful tools and resources. You don't want to miss it!
Vacation Bible School 2014: June 23-27
Registration is open! Go here to register each child for Vacation Bible School.
Join us June 23-27 from 9:00am-12:00pm for Heartland’s Vacation Bible School (VBS). Vacation Bible School is a week long program for children in Kindergarten to 5th grade to enjoy Bible lessons, crafts, recreation, and music. It provides an opportunity for us to bless those in our community with a week of activities for their children that are safe, fun and beneficial. Your children will be talking about this for the rest of the summer.
The worship song of the month comes from Keith and Kristyn Getty. Keith Getty is best known for co-writing In Christ Alone with Stuart Townend. He and his wife are modern hymn writers and, being from Ireland, have written this Celtic sounding worship hymn.
Christ is Risen, He is Risen Indeed
How can it be, the One who died,
Has borne our sin through sacrifice
To conquer every sting of death?
Sing, sing hallelujah.
For joy awakes as dawning light
When Christ’s disciples lift their eyes.
Alive He stands, their Friend and King;
Christ, Christ He is ...
The worship song of the month for April is Hallelujah, What a Savior. Philip Bliss, author of It is Well, wrote this wonderful hymn in 1875 and the version we are learning at Heartland is by Austin Stone Worship. Austin Stone has kept the main melody intact and have added a chorus. Theology of this song can be found on Austin Stone's website by clicking here.
Man of sorrows, what a name
For the Son of God who came
Ruined sinners to reclaim
Hallelujah! What Savior
Stand unclean, no one else could
In my place condemned He stood
Now His ...