GBC Summer Student Job Opportunity!
Are you between 15 and 30 years old? Are you looking for a meaningful summer job? Do you like developing programs for children and doing projects with your hands?
If so, consider applying for a position available this summer. The role will be focused on delivering our OASIS summer camp, supporting children and youth ministry and doing light duty facility and grounds maintenance work.
The role will last for 8 weeks and pays $15.75 per hour for a 35 hour week. Start date is flexible. Please speak to Dan Chapman for more information.
Our Youth-Seniors lunch returns!
Another casualty of Covid was the annual youth and seniors June lunch. I'm happy to share with you the triumphant return of this always-popular event!
On Sunday June 11, after our main service, our youth will again host the GBC seniors for a lunch that will provide an opportunity to share a meal and build relationship together.
I hope you can make it out.
If you're interested in coming, please RSVP to me so we can ensure food and setup.
I'm really excited about the opportunity to do this again. I hope you can make it out!
Join us on Sunday in-person or on our livestream as we continue our series, “Firm Foundations”-a study of the book of Romans
The foundation of a building is critically important for the stability of the structure that sits on it. In many ways our faith and relationship with God needs the same thing. How is your foundation? We continue to look at this idea as we study the book of Romans, perhaps the best book of the New Testament for this kind of thing.
This Sunday Patrick will be continuing what I started the other Sunday: what a transformed life looks like.
Want to prepare? Read the text for Sunday ahead of time: Romans 12:3-8.
If you can’t make it you can connect through our website:
www.guelphbiblechapel.ca our YouTube channel as well as Facebook LIVE.
Thought for the Day: What is the fruitful Christian life? The Fruit of His Labor
Before Jesus ascended to heaven, He gave this command to His disciples: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you” and He promised, “I am always with you to the end of the age.”
We know this mandate was not only for the eleven disciples of Jesus but for every believer in Jesus. We are to GO. That means wherever God sends us and share our faith with others and the hope we have in God. If they respond by accepting Jesus as Lord and Savior of their lives, they become our fruit but also in some ways our responsibility. For we are to MAKE DISCIPLES. That means we make sure they are connected to a good church (like GBC for instance!), they have and are reading the Bible, that they are praying and growing in God. No, it’s not our sole responsibility but we do have a part to play. When we do this we participate as part of the fruit of God’s labor. We also don’t do it alone since Jesus also promised he would be with us every step of the way. I hope that’s an encouragement to go out and bear fruit!
In His grip,