Summit News!

 

A WORD FROM BRO. JOE,

Hey, Summit family,

Thank you for a great attendance this past Sunday, a very generous offering, and a sweet, harmonious, and enthusiastic annual business meeting after our worship service! Even surpassing all of that was the powerful prayer time we shared at the end of the service, when many came forward to lay hands on, anoint with oil, and pray for little 3 year old Brady Norton as he faces very serious heart surgery this week, at Children’s Mercy Hospital up in Kansas City! Please continue to lift him and his parents, Jared and Abby, up before our Heavenly Father in prayer.

Luke 1:37 proclaims, “For with God nothing will be impossible!” Theologians have speculated about what is possible for God. For instance, “Is it possible for God to create something so heavy that it would be impossible for Him to lift it?” Such speculations promote endless loops of conjecture without answers. But the Bible tells us all we need to know about God’s ability: “For with God nothing will be impossible.”

For example, an elderly woman past childbearing age gave birth to a son as did an unmarried virgin girl. In both cases, they were told that nothing is impossible for God (Genesis 18:14; Luke 1:37). Jesus made this same point on several cases. He said it was impossible for man to save himself but not impossible for God (Mark 10:24-27). Jesus declared that God could save Him from impending death if it was His will (Mark 14:36). He even said that nothing is impossible for the one who has faith in God (Matthew 17:20). The point of all these examples is the same: We must shift our focus from ourselves and our ability. What is impossible for us is possible for Him.

If you are facing an “impossible” situation today, look to God and trust in His ability. Let His will determine the outcome (Matthew 26:39). C. T. Studd writes, “Christ wants not nibblers of the possible, but grabbers of the impossible!” I couldn’t agree more!

This Sunday I will be concluding my sermon series on “Worship” with a message entitled Worship and Warfare. Don’t miss it! I’ll be looking for you. Love always, Bro. Joe

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Here’s what’s going on at the Summit.

MISSION OF THE WEEK – “Adopt a School”: This program helps the students at West High School by providing food and clothing. Most importantly they share the Gospel with the football team. If you would like to help, please contact Coach Schartz.

SUNDAY SCHEDULE:
Fellowship: 8:30-9:00 am
Bible Study: 9:00-9:45 am
Classes for Nursery, Kids, and Students
Classes for Adults:
Rm 103, David McMullin: “1, 2 and 3 John”
Rm 105, Gary Crouse: “When God Speaks”
Rm 106, Joan Hearne: “Think on These Things”
Rm 107, Keith Martin: “Book of John”
Worship: 10:00-11:30 am

UPCOMING SERMON SERIES:
January: Pastor Joe Wright, “The Whys and Wonders of Worship”
February: Pastor Joe Wright, “The God Questions” and Pastor John, “Outlook Determines Outcome”
March: Pastor John Henry, “Wise Up” and “Just Do It” and Pastor Joe, “Lessons From the Holy Land”

Wednesday Nights at the Summit: Light supper 5:30 PM, Bible Study 6:30 PM. Gary Crouse teaching, “When God Speaks”; Joan Hearne teaching, “Blueprints for Success, Part 2”.

Ladies Bible Study:  Every Thursday at 9:30 AM.  Jonathan Cahn videos on “The Oracle”.

Please help take church Christmas decorations down at the church Sat, Jan 25th, 9 am – Noon.

ATTENTION STUDENTS: Winter Jam 2020! Intrust Arena, February 7th, 6pm. See Coach Schartz for details.

Men2Men:  February 8th, Pastor Joe will speak on the “State of the Church.”

Women of Worth: February 9th after church – join us in the Fellowship Hall for a dinner and a short meeting. WOW is a mission of Summit Church to support single women 55 and above. We are inviting all eligible ladies to attend.

Honduras Mission Trip – October 2020: On February 9th after church there will be an informational meeting in the conference room.

Family Game Night:  Friday, February 21st, 6:30 pm, Fellowship Hall, please bring a snack.

Patriots of Praise Mission Trip to WaKeeney: April 30th – May 2nd. We will leave Thursday night and return late Saturday afternoon. We have various projects we will be working on. For more information contact Pastor John Henry, 316-676-3004.

WANT TO BE A SUPERHERO? You can be one in Kids Ministry!
There are lots of ways to be of help in our Kids Department! We will find you just the right spot to serve! To inquire, please email Debbie Henry: deb@summitchurchkansas.com or call the church office!

Help our Summit Kids by “liking and following” them on Facebook at Summit Kids ICT. Check out all the fun activities and outreaches we are involved in – you’ll be informed and blessed.

** 2019 Contribution Statements can be picked up at the southwest table in the Worship Center.

Radio Outreach: “Summit’s Service” each Sunday, 10 am on KNSS 1330 AM & 98.7 FM.

Divorce Care Group.  Coming on Wednesday nights, help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce; you don’t have to go through it alone. For more information visit www.divorcecare.org If you would like to be a partner on this leadership ministry team please contact the church, 316-676-3004.

R E W A R D S: Thank you for your donations through the Dillon’s rewards program. For more info go to: www.dillons.com/account/enrollCommunityRewardsNow, search Summit Church (QV127). For help call 620-669-3252 or email dcr@dillonstores.com

See You Sunday for another great Lord’s Day @ Summit