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We’re a resort village church, relaxed and warm. Dress up, dress down, come as you are. We are located at 975 C Avenue, Coronado, California. Resident or tourist, you’ll be among friends who desire to know Christ and make Christ known.

 

Sunday Worship Services:

   Traditional Style - 9:00am

   Blended Style - 10:30am

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    Wednesday
    Oct022019

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    Good Wednesday to you,

     

    This past week we took a look at the cost of non-discipleship. In the parable of the rich man and Lazarus, we saw a “reversal of fortune” as the poor man, Lazarus was ushered to Abraham’s side when he died, and the rich man found himself in torment.

     

    The rich man called Abraham, father; Furthermore, Abraham called him son. The rich man also knew Lazarus by name and by sight. The rich man probably was a very religious man, but his religion never found its way into his life. There was no compassion, no mercy, and no thought of anything other than his own appetites. In the end, he lost it all. This is yet another reminder that we are to be good stewards of our time, our abilities, our possessions and money.

     

    Is it important for us to have good theology? Of course. Belief informs our behavior, and belonging gives us accountability and opportunity to exercise our faith. For those of you who regularly attend and support the ministries of Graham, you will find in your mailbox this week our annual stewardship letter. Please read it and prayerfully consider standing with us in the coming year. If you no longer attend Graham, but find yourself blessed by this weekly email, I would invite you to consider a one-time-gift to help us finish the year strong. You can give online by clicking here. Thank you.

     

    Next Sunday is Worldwide Communion Sunday and I will begin a series on living faithfully, gratefully, persistently and humbly. We will start with Luke 17:1-10.

     

    I hope to see you on Sunday!

     

    Grace and peace,

    Pastor David

     

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