September 30 Bulletin
9:00 am—Music and Prayer with Worship Team
Impact Hour streams live at 10 am
Sermon streams live at about 11:45 am
Click on “Livestream” or "Listen Live" at cornerstonelakeside.com
Recordings are also available
10:00 am—Impact Hour: Nancy Stidham
"Doctrinal Detours 3"
11:00 am—Worship for all ages
11:30 am— Children’s Church and Nursery meet in Creekview Room
I-Teen meets in breakfast area
Morning Message: Pastor Clay Stidham
“What Does a Christian Look Like?”
1 Kings 19:1-18
1 Timothy 6:13-16
1 Thessalonians 1:6, 9-10
1 Thessalonians 2:2, 14-16
12:15 pm —Commitment and Dismissal
October 1—Monday Marys 10 am at Office
October 5—Bible study at Arnie’s 7 pm
October 6—Women’s Christmas Tea Warm Up 10 am at the Office
October 9—Young Life Prayer meeting 6 pm at Office
October 10—Men’s Bible Study 7 pm at Office
In The News
Emmys host Michael Che says the only white people who thank Jesus at award shows are Republicans, 'ex-crackheads'
In the last election, 81 percent of white evangelicals voted for Trump. That’s a greater share than supported George W. Bush in 2004, John McCain in 2008 or Mitt Romney in 2012.
During a White House dinner for evangelical leaders in August, Trump touted the steps the administration has taken to curtail abortion, elevate religious protections and recognize the capital of Israel.
“Every day we’re standing for religious believers,” Trump said during the portion of the dinner that was open to the media.
After the cameras left, Trump questioned whether his conservative base would turn out in November since he won’t be on the ballot, according to an audiotape of his remarks provided to The New York Times.
Trump also warned that Democrats “will overturn everything that we’ve done and they’ll do it quickly and violently” if Republicans lose control of Congress.
Conservative faith leaders have been “absolutely brilliant” at stoking a sense of urgency and a fear that civilization will collapse if voters don’t get to the polls, said Marie Griffith, director of the Danforth Center on Religion and Politics at Washington University.
“When people think, `Oh, that’s not going to happen this time,' it does,” she said.
The controversial confirmation battle over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is amplifying the battle cry this year, just as judicial nominations, in general, were a top motivating factor for conservative voters in 2016.
Welcome to Bring Your Bible to School Day! On this day — happening this year on October 4 — thousands of students across the whole country share God’s hope and celebrate religious freedom by doing something simple, yet powerful: They bring their Bibles to school and talk about it with friends!
Word for Worship
6 Lift up your eyes to the heavens,
And look on the earth beneath.
For the heavens will vanish away like smoke,
The earth will grow old like a garment,
And those who dwell in it will die in like manner;
But My salvation will be forever,
And My righteousness will not be [b]abolished.
7 “Listen to Me, you who know righteousness,
You people in whose heart is My law:
Do not fear the reproach of men,
Nor be afraid of their insults.
8 For the moth will eat them up like a garment,
And the worm will eat them like wool;
But My righteousness will be forever,
And My salvation from generation to generation.”
5 A good man deals graciously and lends;
He will guide his affairs with discretion.
6 Surely he will never be shaken;
The righteous will be in everlasting remembrance.
7 He will not be afraid of evil tidings;
His heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord.
8 His heart is established;
He will not be afraid,
Until he sees his desire upon his enemies.
9 He has dispersed abroad,
He has given to the poor;
His righteousness endures forever;
His [c]horn will be exalted with honor.
10 The wicked will see it and be grieved;
He will gnash his teeth and melt away;
The desire of the wicked shall perish.