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Archive for May, 2011

Six Thousand and Thirteen Fallen

SIX THOUSAND THIRTEEN FALLEN (as of 5/26/11) These are not just numbers but individuals who had families and friends; individuals who had bodies that were healthy and strong and brave.   These are souls who Jesus died for, and who are now in eternity.   These are our American military casualties of the past ten years, from […]

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Fielders Game – Aug. 5

Join Family Life Church on August 5 for a Lake County Fielders Game (against the Calgary Vipers) at their new stadium in Zion! More details will be available soon, but mark your calendars soon! The Fielder’s Website

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G.R.O.W. Classes off For the Summer

G.R.O.W. classes will not be meeting during the summer months — but don’t stop growing at home (in personal time with God, studying His Word, and discussion about what it means). And why not get together with someone new, in your church family, this summer? You’re either growing or you’re dying!

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“Who Are We?” Class

You are Invited! Pastor George is holding a special class titled, “Who Are We?” that will introduce you to Family Life Church. Whether you’ve been coming for a long time or are brand new to Family Life, these classes are a great chance to learn what we’re all about! There will be plenty of question […]

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Whose Hands are You In?

“Don’t put your life in the hands of experts who know nothing of life, of salvation life.   Mere humans don’t have what it takes; when they die, their projects die with them.   Instead, get help from the God of Jacob, put your hope in God and know real blessing!” (Psalm 146:3-5   from THE MESSAGE: The […]

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“Mothers”

Finally {mothers} “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think about such things.  Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me — put it into practice.  And the God of […]

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Rethinking our Cell Phones

Are you old enough to remember the days before cell phones?  Contrary to popular belief, life was survivable.  I’ve had to remind myself of this the past month, since Waukegan instituted its Cell Phone Ban for Drivers.  I’m certainly re-thinking, before I flip open my phone while driving, lest I be ticketed and fined.  Maybe […]

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