LIFE POWER - Hampton Park Baptist Church

875 STATE PARK ROAD, GREENVILLE, SC 29609
864-232-5691
HAMPTONPARK.ORG
APRIL 12, 2015
WELCOME TO
HAMPTON PARK!
We extend a special welcome to
our guests. Thank you for
worshiping with us today.
10:30 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE
2 Samuel 13:23-39
Drew Conley
Pastor for Preaching and Teaching
PRESIDING
Joel Gearhart
Pastor for Student Ministries
Fred Coleman
NO REGRETS, NO RETREAT
PREMIERE SHOWING TONIGHT
I
n our 5:30 p.m. service today
we will be one of a few area
churches premiering
,
Frontline’s newest
“Dispatches From the
Front.”
From the start of
the modern missions
movement 200 years ago, China
has been to missionaries what
Everest is to mountain climbers.
China’s size and distance was
magnetic—at least for men
and women with a big enough
view of the Gospel to go.
begins in England
to capture the
missionary spirit of
those early Gospel
risk-takers—and
then goes on to China to show
how Christ continues to build
His Church in stunning ways in
our day.
Pastor for Music and Worship
5:30 P.M. WORSHIP SERVICE
Dispatches from the Front: Episode 8
REACH-IN meets
this Tuesday
PRESIDING
Kevin Priest
School Administrator
Fred Coleman
Pastor for Music and Worship
Preschool-age children and grades 1–6 are
invited to participate in Kids 4 Truth during
the 5:30 service. Please escort your children
into the Collins Building each week.
2015 CHILD SAFETY
TRAINING
Attention all staff members,
deacons, Children’s Ministry workers,
LifeGroup leaders, Safety Team
members: Our annual Child Safety
Training sessions will be held on
April 26th and May 3rd during the
Sunday School hour in the Collins
Auditorium. Please make plans to
attend one of these two sessions.
Thank you for participating in this
so that we have a record of your
training and for helping our church
to remain in compliance with our
Child Safety Policies and Procedures.
BELIEVE
the Gospel of Christ
LEARN
The deacons recommend to the
congregation the adoption of the
proposed, revised bylaws. This vote
will be held two weeks from today,
April 26, in the 5:30 p.m. service.
The final draft of the proposed
bylaws is on our website at www.
hamptonpark.org/resources/church
documents. If you are unable to
access the document from our
website, we have hard copies
available at the Member Care Desk.
Thank you again for participating
in the Q&A sessions and surveys.
Changes made to the proposed
bylaws based on feedback are
indicated in the online document by
red letters and in the hard copy by
underlining.
Scriptures’
transforming power
For God’s glory and by the power of the
Spirit, Hampton Park exists to proclaim
and to display to all people everywhere
the good news that God is calling out a
people for His name from every nation,
kindred, and tongue through the
redemptive work of the only Savior,
the Lord Jesus Christ.
Reach-In, a new ministry, begins
with its first meeting this Tuesday
evening from 6:00 to 8:00.
Reach-In’s purpose is to provide
support to caregivers and the family
member needing care through
education, encouragement and
practical help, but it will be more
than a service to our people.
Reach-In will offer everyone in
our church family an opportunity to
be involved in serving others. This
ministry can encompass all ages and
groups – from teens and singles,
young marrieds and homeschoolers,
to retirees.
Reach-In will be led by Pam
Reekie, who is training to be an
official facilitator, and Mary Lee, a
dementia care specialist. The first
hour of each meeting will generally
be educational, and the second
hour will include discussion and
encouragement.
Caregivers and all others who want
to know more about the needs and
how they can serve are encouraged
to come to the April 14 meeting.
LOVE
WORSHIP
WITNESS
fellowship with God
humbly with delight &
of God’s worth to all
& others
reverence
people
TELL US ABOUT YOUR
SUMMER MINISTRY
Register today in the Welcome Center
Cindy Garland
$9 ladies and teens
speaker
$7 girls age 12 or younger
Summer missionaries who would like
to give a testimony of their ministry
plans in the April 26 evening service
may sign up at the Member Care Desk.
This is open to short-term missionaries
and Christian camp staff members.
Contact [email protected]
org if you have questions.
COLLECTING USED BOOKS
BECOME PART OF OUR
CHURCH FAMILY
Missionary Organization
The first session of the next
is Sunday, June 28.
If you are considering becoming a
part of our church family or want to
learn more about us, we encourage
you to pick up a packet at the
Member Care Desk and plan to
attend this four-week class.
Teaching Faithful Men
(Doug Garland’s radio broadcast)
Our Sunday services
are livestreamed on our website
each Sunday
at 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
NEW SS CLASS STUDY
BEGINS TODAY
POWER COMPANY
TEENS
• TIMELY TOPICS
The April 28 Timely Topics Luncheon
will feature Dr. Bob Taylor, the
chairman of the Greenville County
Council and a faithful member of HP.
Come and hear insights on county
matters and see how God can use
Christians in public office. Please sign
up at the Member Care Desk if you
plan to attend.
• SENIOR HIGH TEEN SNACK
Senior high teens will have a SNACK
at the MacMillan home after this
evening’s service.
• PICNIC & BALL GAME
Join us for an enjoyable evening at
a Greenville Drive game on May 19
with a picnic dinner together before
the game. More information and
sign-up is at the Member Care Desk.
• SUMMER CAMP
Summer is just around the corner!
If you are planning to go to The
Wilds or High Point Camp, pick up
information at the Member Care
Desk. Note that our week at The
Wilds is almost full. Register soon to
guarantee your spot.
• WORK PROJECTS NEEDED
Eleven teens are going on the summer
mission trip. If you have projects they
can do to earn trip money, please see
Pastor Joel Gearhart.
HAMPTON PARK HISTORY HALL
Let us help you with your spring
cleaning! Bring your used books
that you no longer want and deposit
them in the receptacle in the
Welcome Center for the HPCS May
used book sale. The proceeds from
the book sale will be used for new
books on the subjects of famous
South Carolinians and science and
to hard bind paperback books.
Beginning today in the Life
Ministries Class, Pastor Chris
Barney is leading a study on New
Testament Survey that not only
presents an overview of each New
Testament book, but also traces
each book’s major message. This
study continues through June 28 in
the Collins Auditorium at 9:30 a.m.
BRIAN KANE TO SPEAK
Brian and Lydia Kane and their children
are on furlough from their ministry in
Cambodia, and Brian will preach in our
5:30 p.m. service next Sunday and give
a report on their work.
Have you enjoyed the blessing of seeing God’s work through the years
here at Hampton Park as displayed in our history hall? You may access it
from either organ side door to the back hallway.
THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE
Sun., Apr. 12
9:30
10:30
4:00
5:30
7:00
Sunday School
Worship Service
Choir Rehearsal
Worship Service
Senior High
SNACK
(MacMillan
home)
Mon., Apr. 13
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
Patterson LifeGroup
Johansen LifeGroup
Crabb LifeGroup
Murr LifeGroup
Tues., Apr. 14
6:00 Reach-In
Meeting
(M-202/204)
6:30 Coleman LifeGroup
Wed., Apr. 15
7:30 Prayer for America
9:15 Ladies’ Bible
Study
(Blue Room)
11:10 Prayer Service
6:30 MacMillan
LifeGroup
6:30 Basinger LifeGroup
6:30 Lehman LifeGroup
7:00 Chevalier LifeGroup
7:00 Prayer Service
Thurs., Apr. 16
10:00 Men’s Bible Study
(Blue Room)
6:00 Clement LifeGroup
7:00 Sallé LifeGroup
7:00 Vanning LifeGroup
Fri., Apr. 17
Sat., Apr. 18
7:15 Luttrell LifeGroup 10:00 Door-to-Door
Outreach
(meet at the
church)