November 23, 2014 – 10:45 a.m. THE GOSPEL OVERCOMES PREJUDICE Acts 10:1-33

November 23, 2014 – 10:45 a.m.
THE GOSPEL OVERCOMES PREJUDICE
Acts 10:1-33
Pastor Bud Long
Sunday, November 23, 2014
9:00
am
Prayer Partners (Men-room 215/Ladies-small dining room)
9:30
am
Sunday School
10:45
am
Worship Service

Grace Groups
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
6:30
pm
Thanksgiving Service
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
No Normal Activities
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Church Offices Closed
Friday, November 28, 2014
Church Offices Closed
Sunday, November 30, 2014
9:00
am
Prayer Partners (Men-room 215/Ladies-small dining room)
9:30
am
Sunday School
10:45
am
Worship Service

Grace Groups
SALVATION ARMY BELL RINGING
The Salvation Army Hope House needs your help to “ring the
bell” this Christmas Season beginning November 21st through
December 24th. You may sign up for two-hour shifts each
Sunday before and after services. We are asking that anyone
who can to sign up for two shifts to help cover all the dates for
ringing the bell. Our location for “ringing the bell” will be at the
Publix in Yulee. All funds raised through the Red Kettle
Campaign stay right here in Nassau County.
SENIOR SAINT’S LUNCHEON
SPECIAL GUESTS!
Our Senior Saints’ Luncheon will be
Thursday, December 4th, starting at 9;30
am. A local Gospel Group, The Able Heirs,
will be providing music for us. Please come
and invite a friend. Don’t forget to bring a
side dish and a dessert! See Jenny Corbitt
for more details.
Join our church family this Tuesday, November
25th, at 6:30 pm, as we worship and share personal
testimonies of God’s goodness.
There will not be any normal Wednesday night
activities on November 26th. All normal Wednesday
night activities will resume on December 3rd.
 Grace Groups meet on different days at various times. Please see the Grace
Group flyer on the information table in the FLC for specific Grace Group
meeting dates & times.
►Reminder: You may listen to and copy past sermons online at our website:
www.springhillbaptistfb.org,
NURSERY INFORMATION:
In our desire to support families with infants and small children, SBC provides
childcare during the worship service. For those that choose to bring their children into
the worship service, we have a “sitting room” available where you can sit with an
active child if necessary. It is located at the back center of the sanctuary, and allows
the service to still be seen and heard. Entry to this room is located on the left side of
the lobby across from the ladies’ restrooms. We also have a private room available for
nursing mothers located down the left side of the sanctuary, behind the partitions.
Please see an usher for more help or information.
November 30 – December 28
“The Gospel Overcomes Prejudice”
Acts 10:1-33
1. What are some prejudices we face in our society today?
2. One of the major keys for overcoming Peter’s prejudices was his obedience
to the Lord. What were some other keys to Peter overcoming his
prejudices?
3. Peter makes a statement to the Lord in verse 14, “By no means, Lord!”
What is wrong with this statement?
4. A “vision” or “trance” in the New Testament was used by God to
communicate His will to its recipient. Why are we not to rely on these forms
of revelation today?
PROGRESS REPORT for 11/16/2014
Giving: General Budget: $ 5 898.00
Vision to Victory: $
988.00
Total:
$ 6,886.00
Budget needed:
$ 9,120.44
Sunday School Attendance:
79
Worship Service:
119
DEACONS
Ben Guest
Dick Hopper
Paul James
Butch Little
Chuck Lynch
Lamar Underwood
277-3448
225-9160
225-8236
261-5997
261-8753
912-510-6918
November 23, 2014
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