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THIS SUNDAY we continue The Gospel According to Jacob series by looking at Genesis 32. The message is entitled “Going to the Mat with God.” God goes toe-to-toe in an all-night wrestling match with Jacob and we’ll see 4 “moves” the Lord uses on Jacob and discover how he works in our lives today in those same ways. Invite a friend to join you!

 

RESCUE MISSION OUTREACH, SATURDAY, APRIL 6: Oxnard outreach is from 4:15-6:15 pm. To sign up, write “Rescue Mission” on your Connection Card this Sunday or go online to our website under the Get Connected tab. Contact Stuart Baker at 805.427.5528 or stuartbaker45@aol.com, if you have any questions.

 

PRAYER FOR MISSIONS, SUNDAY, APRIL 7: We gather in the Worship Center the first Sunday of each month after the 2nd service to pray for the missions and missionaries that Gold Coast supports. For more information, contact Mike or Lynne Yeaman at yeaman7@hotmail.com or 805.331.3899.

 

HIGHER GROUND HIKE, SATURDAY, APRIL 27: Higher Ground is hosting our first Spring hike at the Mt. McCoy trail in Simi Valley. Spring is here and the hills are alive again! This trail offers panoramic views in all directions, including the views of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, the Channel Islands, Wood Ranch, and Old Boney Mountain. On the trail you’ll see multiple plant life, wildflowers, animal life and birds. A must see for nature lovers and kids! Difficulty: Easy to Moderate | Distance: 5 miles | Dogs allowed on leashes Meet at Starbucks in Camarillo at the Las Posas Shopping Center at 8:30 am and will leave as a group by 8:45 am. Good hiking shoes, sunscreen, water, and a camera for pictures are recommended. Invite a friend or bring family members to share the experience. A complimentary continental breakfast will be served after the hike. Contact Margie Cantu at 805.660.1187 or mcantu830@verizon.net with any questions.

 

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 6 TO 7 PM: We will gather with other local churches to pray for our nation at the Oxnard Beach Park.

 

SAVE THE DATE: Our 20th Anniversary Celebration will be Sunday, September 15, here at the church. This will be a fun look at how we got here, while celebrating with music, food, and games. Interested in helping? Contact Dianna DeRemer at dianna@spcity.org or 805.279.0928 (text only, please).

 

PRAYER TIME EVERY SUNDAY MORNING: You’re invited to Sunday morning Prayer Time from 8:30-9:00 am in the Youth Room every Sunday! Come for a couple of minutes or stay longer. This is open to everyone! Prayer cards with suggested topics will be available – you can pray aloud or silently. You can contact Anne Romero if you have any questions at anne2grace@gmail.

 

DAILY BIBLE READING SCHEDULE:

Friday                         March 29       Judg 6-7;Ps 52; 1 Cor 14

Saturday                    March 30       Judg 8 & Ps 42 & 1 Cor 15

Sunday                      March 31       Judg 9-10 & Ps 49 & 1 Cor 16

Monday                     April 1             Judg 11-12; Ps 50; 2 Cor 1

Tuesday                    April 2             Judg 13-16; 2 Cor 2

Wednesday              April 3             Judg 17-18; Ps 89; 2 Cor 3

Thursday                   April 4             Judg 19-21; 2 Cor 4

Friday                         April 5             Ruth 1, 2; Ps 53,61; 2 Cor 5

Saturday                    April 6             Ruth 3-4; Ps 64-65; 2 Cor 6

Sunday                      April 7             1 Sam 1-2; Ps 66; 2 Cor 7

 

EASY ADDITIONAL WAY TO SUPPORT THE MINISTRY OF GOLD COAST: Amazon will send a small percent of every purchase you make from smile.amazon.com. Enter “Gold Coast Christian Church” as your charity in the Amazon search bar. Once you make your purchases, Gold Coast will automatically receive a small donation! This works with both Amazon Prime as well as the regular Amazon. Please note: you must continue to use smile.amazon.com to utilize the donation feature on subsequent purchases; this will not activate on amazon.com.

 

Looking forward to seeing you Sunday,

 

Scott