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Saturday, October 27, 2018
A Life to Die For
Instead of living for yourself, center on living life in Christ!
Pastor Clarence Schilt
We all are "living" our lives, but are we just surviving,
or are we living a life to die for?
"To die for" is an idiom or figure of speech that describes something so desirable
and attractive that it is worth dying for.
On Renewal Sabbath, Pastor Clarence Schilt will lead us through a series of
presentations that will give us new ways to look at our relationship with Jesus, our life,
and our relationships that will result in a life "to die for".
We'll grow individually and together as a church with KM and EM Together
Every topic will be applied to our relationship with Jesus and our relationships with each other
Get your questions answered during two Q&A sessions
AFTERNOON CHILD CARE
Have freedom to focus on our spiritual growth
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
--> If you want to honestly look at what gets in the way of going deeper with Jesus
--> If you want to find out how to relate with people in a way that helps them see Jesus
--> If you want to get Bible-based direction for connecting deeply with your family, spouse, and friends, and healing hurts
Dying to Self (English/Korean)
Jesus and Agreement (Korean Worship)
Jesus and Agreement (English Worship)
Jesus and Thinking (English Worship)
Jesus and Conflict, Part 1 (with Q&A) (English)
Jesus and Conflict, Part 2 (with Q&A) (English)
ABOUT PASTOR CLARENCE SCHILT
Pastor Clarence Schilt is a retired pastor. Formerly, he was a faculty member at the School of Religion at Loma Linda University. He has pastored churches in Virginia, Pennsylvania, California, Idaho, and Oregon. He is known for his books and video training on small group ministries, and leading retreats and marriage enrichment weekends. His style is greatly appreciated for being deeply spiritual and very practical. Pastor Schilt's goal is to help people experience a Christ-centered life. Using Paul's metaphor, Pastor Schilt focuses on "how to die well" (to self) and center on living life in Christ. Pastor Schilt is married to Dianna, a retired church school teacher. Clarence and Dianna live in Port Orchard, Washington.