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  • God Knows
    “How are you today?” How often is that the greeting you hear from people you encounter every day? Is it just a greeting, like hello, or does the person really want your honest response? How will you express your feelings? What will you say? […]
  • November 1, 2020 Bulletin
    We are here to serve our community. As you worship with us online, the Lord Jesus is at work, uniting us as friends and family. If you are curious to learn more out ministry in the community, go to www.stl-eastpointe.org, or like us on Face Book. […]
  • Prayer List
    In your prayers this week please remember: MCREST – for Christ’s name to be glorified in the life of all workers, donors and participants. Those who feel isolated or alone, along with those who suffer with depression. Our individual and joint efforts of sharing God’s peace and hope with all. All who participated in our virtual VBS. […]
  • Thanksgiving Eve Worship
    Are you looking for the perfect appetizer to prepare you for a day stuffed with family and football, turkey and pumpkin pie? STL is inviting you to join us in any of three Thanksgiving Eve worship settings. Whether you join us in person at noon or at 7:00 p.m., or online at 7:00 p.m. or afterwards, your experience will be the same as we give praise and thanks to our generous and merciful God. […]

 

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  1. Life Line Screening

    November 13 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  2. Thanksgiving Food Baskets

    November 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
  3. Drive-Through Communion

    November 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Thursday’s Thirst

  • This Sunday we will complete the seven-week sermon series “Heart Issues are Hard Issues.” For me it has been a time of personally experiencing “the greater the challenge the greater the growth potential”. I found the challenge pressing on me from three primary directions.

  • I fell into a rut a few weeks ago – perhaps even many weeks ago. I think the minimal face-face contact with people was getting to me. I started contacting a few people to make a couple home visits but had to really push myself just to “dial” the phone. This week, however, after the third straight visit ended with the individual saying to me, “Thanks, I really needed this,” I felt God raising me out of the rut.

 

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