Looking to lead a bible study, teach a Sunday school class or just grow in your faith? The Session at SouthLake Church recommends the following authors.
Voddie Baucham Jr.
Paul David Tripp
Emerson and Sarah Eggerichs
Sinclair B. Ferguson
Richard Foster, Celebration of Disciplines
Willard Harley, His Needs, Her Needs
Jack Miller (mostly)
Paul Miller on Prayer
Richard Swenson on Margin
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AT
The Scottish Sleuths VBS and The Case of the Cardiac Crusader
Monday July 24th-July 27th, 6:15pm-8:15pm. Ages 4yrs old to rising 6th graders. Join Super Bible Sleuth Angus McTavish and Professor Dabney Thornwell will help your children become investigators of God’s Word as our case involves a search for the Cardiac Crusader. Investigating the Book of 1 Samuel, we will learn that David was a man after God’s own heart. He had a heart for God, a heart of faith, a heart in covenant, a heart of hope and a heart gripped by the grace of God. David is just a foreshadow of the true Cardiac Crusader–Jesus Christ! For more information, contact Holly Stone at email@example.com.
You’re invited to an upcoming Financial Peace University class led by Drew Collins and Mike Bowers! If you’d like to learn more about exercising better control of money once and for all, sign up today. This class will meet for 9 weeks on Sundays at 5:30pm beginning on April 23rd at a cost of $93 for materials and registration. Click this link to sign up or for more information you can see Drew Collins or Mike Bowers.
Please join us for Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday, April 16th, at 7:30am at McGuire Nuclear Station, (13339 Hagers Ferry Road, Huntersville, on the McGuire Island, along the lake behind the McGuire Energy Explorium) followed by Coffee & Donuts. We will continue back at SouthLake Church for Sunday School at 9:30am and Easter Worship Service at 10:30am.
On Friday, April 14th, at 7:30pm we will gather for a Tenebrae service. The Tenebrae service, called “service of darkness” focuses on the Scriptures as we remember the betrayal abandonment, and agony of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus and the temporary darkness that entered the world. It is left unfinished because the story isn’t over until Easter Day. It is a somber night-time service that ends in darkness and silence as people in the congregation leave the church, walking to their cars silently contemplating the gospel accounts they have just heard.