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The Lord Establishes Our Steps

November 3, 2021

Leadership Notes


Happy first week of November, or as I like to call it, "National Discount Candy Week."


Three weeks till Thanksgiving. That's always a good thing.


With that in mind, our series on Paul's letter to the Galatians wraps up on November 21. After that our focus will be on Advent, followed by The Revelation to John in January, 2022. That might be our most ambitious series yet.


Here's a little historical fact I shared in worship on Sunday. October 31st is Reformation Sunday. On that date, 504 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 protests against the Roman Catholic Church to the door of All Saints' Church in Wittenberg, Germany.


John Calvin was only 8-years-old at the time. He grew up to have a profound impact on Christian theology. Here's a quote we opened worship with:


Grant, Almighty God, that having cast away and renounced all confidence

in our virtue, we may be led to Christ only as the fountain of your election,

in whom also is set before us the certainty of our salvation through your

gospel, until we shall at length be gathered into that eternal glory which He