What’s the most
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Parkside Bible…
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CA...
New Prayer Requests:
t Pray for Mary Walters who has been dealing with shingles
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JR. HIGH YOUTH GROUP WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 6:30 PM
Wednesday - ”Parkside’s Got Talent” - If you have a talent you’d like to
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FAMILY MOVIE FUN NIGHT!

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Next Sunday, November 17
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SERMON NOTES
November 10, 2013

All In The Family #6
“Resolving Conflict”
Ephesians 4:25-32

Don’t let your home be a plac...
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  1. 1. What’s the most important room in our church? The Nursery! That’s right, the Nursery! A key element of our vision is to reach families in the Holland area with the gospel and a well rounded balance of opportunities for spiritual growth. Studies show that parents make their decision to stay at a church because of the quality of preaching, friendliness, and most importantly — the Nursery! November 10, 2013 10:45 a.m. Dr. Rob Renberg, Pastor All in the Family #6 “Resolving Conflict” Ephesians 4:25-32 Our Nursery is central to our mission. If you have a heart for sharing the love of Jesus with the “littlest of these,” then we want you to be a part of our Nursery ministry! Please consider helping during one of our regular services. You can expect to serve once about every 2-3 months. If you want to become a part of this special ministry that really makes a difference, then fill out this reply today! (You don’t have to do anything to remain on the Nursery Rotation.) 14461 James Street, Holland, MI 49424 616-399-4410 parksidebible@sbcglobal.net (e-mail) www.parksidebiblechurch.com (website) Our Mission: Learning from God’s Word… Growing in God’s Grace…Reaching with God’s Love! Parents of Nursery aged Children (infant - 2 years old): Please sign up & take a turn with the childcare for this ministry. Your participation on a regular basis is necessary to it’s success and impact! Attending a Protection Seminar is required for this ministry. Contact Sharon Amundsen if you have any questions! Please tear off and place in the offering plate or send to the church office.  YES! I am willing to serve the Lord by serving our families in the Nursery during the morning worship service (10:45 - 12:00)! Name ________________________ Phone: _________________ Email: _______________________  Yes  No I have taken the Protection Seminar at PBC. MINISTRY TEAM: Pastor: Rob Renberg - 738-7840 (pastorrobjr@sbcglobal.net) Youth Pastor: Matt Amundsen - 786-2699 (pmparkside@sbcglobal.net) Worship Arts Director: Chad Lippincott - 251-554-9955 (parksidechad@sbcglobal.net) Church Secretary: Judy Timmer - 399-4410 (parksidejudy@sbcglobal.net) Elder of the Week: Ryan Vander Haar - 772-1869 Deacon of the Week: John Preikszas - 399-5906
  2. 2. Information For Your First Time At Parkside Bible… 1. WE ARE HAPPY TO HAVE YOU WITH US TODAY. PLEASE FILL OUT A WELCOME CARD LOCATED IN THE PEW. RETURN YOUR COMPLETED CARD TO THE WELCOME CENTER TO RECEIVE YOUR GIFT & WELCOME PACKET. For prayer requests or decisions, please check the appropriate box on the back. ASSISTING IN WORSHIP TODAY USHERS (Usher Training 9:30 am) Dale Bronsink Dirk Bronsink Owen Smith Mark Leidy Sub Brian Mokma GREETERS Claudio & Marilu Burgos (Front Door) Michael & Jane Tiffany(Welcome Center) 2. WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO USE OUR NURSERY & CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES. Our children’s programs provide a warm, nurturing & well-supervised program for your child. Your child will be much happier with our trained volunteers than in the worship service and sermon presentation. Lessons are taught at an age appropriate level utilizing music, games, drama & multimedia & other methods. SUNDAY SCHOOL NURSERY CHILDREN’S CHURCH LIBRARY 3. PLEASE DO NOT FEEL OBLIGATED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE OFFERING. The offering is for regular attendees who consider Parkside Bible their church home. As our guest, we only ask that you turn in your welcome card, or bring it to the Welcome Center behind the fireplace for a gift. (Dismissed from Service-Age 3-Kindergarten) Tammy Grabiel Linda Furbush Coming Up Tonight 5:00 pm B.I.G. Class Tonight 6:30 pm Senior High Youth Group Tues. 5:30 pm Women’s Board Meeting Tues. 6:00 pm Parkside Runners/Walkers Wed. 6:00 pm Pioneer Clubs Family Dinner Wed. 6:30 am Men’s Morning Group Wed. 6:30 pm Junior High Youth Group Wed. 6:30 pm Pioneer Clubs Wed. 7:30 pm Adult Choir Practice Fri. 5:30 pm NO B.R.I.D.G.E. Sat. 7:00 pm Contemporary Worship Svc. Nov. 17 9:30 am Sunday School (all ages) Nov. 17 6:30 pm Family Fun Night Nov. 18 7:00 pm Board Meeting Nov. 21 6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study Nov. 23 9:00 am Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair Nov. 24 10:45 am Baby Dedication Nov. 28 9:00 am Thanksgiving Service Dec. 1 6:00 pm Dessert & Discussion w/Pastor Dec. 6 5:30 pm B.R.I.D.G.E. Potluck/Party Dec. 8 6:30 pm Christmas Caroling Dec. 11 6:00 pm Women’s Coordinator’s Party (10:00 am Age birth– Age 2) Gwen, Bina & Lieza Klemm Diane Cartwright Lynn, Brooke & Anna VanKampen FINANCIAL TEAM Ryan VanderHaar-Elder John Preikszas-Deacon Doug Dibkey Vaughn VandenBrink This Week INFANT NURSERY PRAYER PARTNERS Terry Agal Eloy Ramos Trent Ramos ASSISTING IN WORSHIP NEXT SUNDAY USHERS (Usher Training 9:30 am) Kevin Mason Paul Ash Tom Strobel Nathaniel Strobel Sub Claudio Burgos SUNDAY SCHOOL NURSERY Linda Furbush GREETERS Bill & Cathie Raby (Front Door) Paul & Patti Wolters (Welcome Center) INFANT NURSERY (10:00 am Age birth– Age 2) Judy Timmer, Lila Diemer, Fay Griffin, Becky Taylor CHILDREN’S CHURCH 11/15 Steve & Jan Van Dyke 11/10 11/11 11/11 11/15 11/16 11/16 11/16 Kari Reen Jenna Vander Haar Julie Hapke Brenda Brown Megan Postma Connie Lentz Breva Grasmanis LIBRARY (Dismissed from Service-Age 3-Kindergarten) Fay Griffin Gwen Klemm and Family FINANCIAL TEAM Kevin Mason-Elder Doug Poynter-Deacon Craig Dykstra Brian Hodgson PRAYER PARTNERS Mike Cooke Terry Agal Angel Alcala
  3. 3. New Prayer Requests: t Pray for Mary Walters who has been dealing with shingles for the past 3 weeks but is finally doing much better. t Pray for Ginny Pete’s daughter, Lynn, who has breast cancer and learned that the cancer has spread to her lymph nodes. The good news she received is that the cancer is not genetic. t Pray for Laurie Luke’s mom in Florida who had another heart catheterization last Monday. t Pray for Michael Wierenga, Elizabeth Wierenga’s oldest grandson, who is still at University of Michigan in ICU with complications with his bladder, kidney and liver. t Pray for healing and pain control for Lisa Kimbel’s dad, Bill Russell, who fell and fractured 3 ribs. t Praise the Lord that Larry Rees’ knee replacement surgery last Monday went very well. Continued Prayer Requests: t For all who have had recent illnesses or surgeries; t For safety and no complications for Kari Reen who is expecting. t For the homebound: Mary Carmichael, Judy Blauwkamp, Kay Everett, and Nelvie VanKampen; t For all marriages in the church - that those that are strained may be restored and that the healthy marriages may grow even stronger; Church Families of the Week: ♥ Mark & Jackie Schaap, Jordan and Ben ♥ Arthur Seibert ♥ Rick & Sandie Schultz, Rachel and Sarah ♥ Owen & Nancee Smith ♥ Colleen Stauffer ♥ Sandy Stepka upcoming events! FAMILY FUN NIGHT! Plan to attend our movie and popcorn night at the church next Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. More details in bulletin today! MEN’S MORNING GROUP Come to the Men’s Group every Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m. Come when you can...leave when you must! Enjoy devotions, fellowship and a great cup of coffee. ADULT CHOIR PRACTICE If you’re not already part of the Adult Choir, you are welcome to join! We will be practicing Christmas songs every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. (except Nov. 27) and will be singing during the worship service on December 15, the day of the Sunday School musical. B.R.I.D.G.E. There will be no B.R.I.D.G.E. in November; however, join the ladies on Friday, December 6, for a Christmas Potluck/Bingo party at the church at 5:30 p.m. Plan to bring two $5.00 wrapped gifts for exchange and sign up at the Women’s Ministry Counter to bring a dish to the potluck! Ham will be provided. THANKSGIVING SERVICE. We’re having a Thanksgiving morning service on November 28! Come and express thanks to the Lord for your many blessings from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Invite your friends and family to attend with you. Coffee, donuts and great fellowship provided before and after the service. GGF Sister Church of the Week: † Celebration Bible Church in Grandville, Associate Pastor Jim Shemaria. Missionaries of the Week: ♦ Chuck & Joy Befus, Missionaries to Costa Rica CHILD & BABY DEDICATION SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Dedication forms located on Children’s Ministry Counter.
  4. 4. JR. HIGH YOUTH GROUP WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 6:30 PM Wednesday - ”Parkside’s Got Talent” - If you have a talent you’d like to share - singing, playing an instrument, juggling, touching your tongue to your nose, whatever... plan to share it with the group! SR. HIGH YOUTH GROUP SUNDAY NIGHT AT 6:30 PM Tonight - Sr. High Karaoke Night with special guest speaker Kelly DeBoer. Come ready to sing your favorite songs and hear Pastor Matt attempt to sing! November 17 - Service Night - We’ll be hosting Family Fun Night from 6:30-8:00 p.m. with movies for all ages. Contemporary Worship Service This Saturday night, November 16, at 7:00 p.m. The evening is geared for Sr. High and College & Career ages; however, anyone can attend! The worship service will be by the L.I.G.H.T.S. Coffee House. ALL YOUTH! The deadline to sign up for next year’s Harrisburg summer trip on June 29-July 5, 2014, is next Sunday, November 17. SAVE THE DATE! JR. HIGH CHRISTMAS PARTY @ DE FRELL’S DECEMBER 18 6-8 :30 PM SR. HIGH CHRISTMAS PARTY @ THE CHURCH DECEMBER 22 6-8 PM Dessert & Discussion with the Pastor Join Pastor Rob Renberg on Sunday, December 1 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. for an informative time of learning about Parkside Bible Church. Pastor Rob will be sharing the core values and mission-driven focus that provide the foundation for our ministry. This “Dessert & Discussion” provides a place to connect with others on your spiritual journey and it will show you how to make a difference and enjoy the community that comes through journeying together here at Parkside. Here’s an opportunity to begin finding your way in the life of our church and to catch a glimpse of Parkside’s vision to impact people for Jesus Christ as we serve our community, encouraging personal spiritual growth in an atmosphere of grace, forgiveness and acceptance. We will be looking at our mission and vision and the biblical convictions that define us and make Parkside the special place that it is! This class is also a prerequisite for membership, but many participate as an information gathering starting point as well. Nursery will be provided if needed. Please RSVP with the tear off slip below so that we know how many people to plan for. P.S. You don’t have to become a member if you attend this class! If you just want to know more about Parkside Bible Church, feel free to be a part of this informative time of fellowship and learning! RSVP and just come! P.S.S. If you have already attended a Pastor’s Class in the past, you have fulfilled the “meeting” requirement for membership and don’t have to attend again (unless you’d like a great dessert!). Check the box below. Tear off and place in offering plate ___YES! I/We would like to attend the “Dessert & Discussion” Pastor’s Membership Class on Sunday, December 1 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ___YES! I/We have already attended the Pastor’s Class and would like to become members at this time. Please contact me/us with the necessary information. Name(s) ______________________________________________  We will need nursery and/or children’s care. Children & Ages: ________________________________________________
  5. 5. FAMILY MOVIE FUN NIGHT! CRAFT FAIR HELP NEEDED WITH….. Next Sunday, November 17 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. ADVERTISING: Pick up a flyer or some small brochures from the Welcome Center to hand out to friends and family or to post at work or in businesses that you frequent. Facebook, Twitter or email your friends about the show! (Hosted by the Sr. High Youth Group) We’ll be showing: “Symphony” (I Lift My Hands) with Louie Giglio It’s staggering when we begin to realize that all creation is singing the praises of the One who fashioned and formed the Universe. Yet, singing stars and earth’s ovation cannot drown God’s desire to hear your voice. In the midst of a miraculous and immense symphony of praise, God is still mindful of you, going to extraordinary lengths to give you life and breath through His Son. Dr. Seuss’s film “Horton Hears A Who” Horton, an elephant with sensitive hearing, comes to the rescue of the microscopic “Who’s” who live in a world so small that it fits in a speck of dust. CRAFT FAIR HELPERS: Help with setup/take down, carrying in items for the vendors, directing vendors on parking, counting customers at the door, greeting customers and handing out brochures. ATTEND: Plan to attend and support the 70 vendors that will be here. Invite your friends to attend with you. Buy something from the Bake Sale or Luncheon to support youth outreach. This is a great community event with over 1500 attending last year and the same or more expected this year! Questions or to volunteer...talk to Judy Timmer or Jane Tiffany. Popcorn & Drinks will be provided. The Parkside Runners/Walkers are now meeting downtown Holland in front of the Knickerbocker Theater on 8th Street at 6:00 p.m. every Tuesday. Join them as they run downtown and keep your running going all winter! When the snow comes, they will run the snow-melt system on 8th Street and enjoy some warmth at JP’s coffee after the run/walk. Questions... Contact Tony Van Houten at 616-218-0205. The Holland Sentinel is donating Sunday newspapers to the church in support of youth outreach. If you would like to support this cause by making a donation for the paper, the newspaper rack is located in the front entranceway. Thank you! This Wednesday, November 13 Pioneer Clubs will be hosting “Family Dinner Night” this Wednesday in the Family Life Center before Pioneer Clubs from 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. The menu is oven fried chicken, potato wedges, fruit, biscuits, monster cookie bars and drinks. In order to know how much food to prepare, please complete the form below and put it in the offering plate today. The cost is $5.00 per family. ------------------------------------------------PIONEER CLUBS FAMILY DINNER RESERVATION FOR 11/13 NAME: __________________________________________________ NUMBER ATTENDING: __________ ADULTS____________________ CHILDREN _____________________
  6. 6. Adult Sunday School Electives Choices for spiritual growth and fellowship… Mixed Adults: “The Gospel of John” Ch. 9 - 21 Men’s Class: “The Man in the Mirror” Women’s Class: “Gideon” Make Sunday School a part of your life! SUNDAYS from 9:30 to 10:25 a.m. Would you be willing to donate home-baked goods for Parkside’s Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair Bake Sale being held at the church on Saturday, Nov. 23, from 9-3 at the church? All bake sale money will be going toward Parkside’s Youth Outreach Program. Suggested donations include but are not limited to: THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE If you would like to help with the Church’s Food Drive for needy families, please bring your food donations to church by Nov. 24 and place them on the table located near the Women’s Ministry Counter. Fresh items such as rolls, fruits, vegetables, milk, juices, and other items that might be used for a Thanksgiving meal can be dropped off on Nov. 24 and we’ll keep them refrigerated until delivery time. If you would be willing to provide a meat, a canned ham would be preferred. Please contact the church office at 399-4410 or email Judy at parksidejudy@sbcglobal.net if you have questions. Though Mountains Fall by Dale Cramer Where Yesterday Lives by Karen Kingsbury Love on the Line by Deeanne Gist A Thousand Tomorrows by Karen Kingsbury Just Beyond the Clouds by Karen Kingsbury Intervention by Terri Blackstock Series by Beverly Lewis: #1 The Preacher’s Daughter #2 The Englisher #3 The Brethren Pies (not cream), Cakes, Cookies, Breads Cinnamon Rolls, Dinner Rolls, Brownies, Cupcakes Fudge or other Holiday Candy Specialty Items (gluten free, sugar free) Bringing your “gift” pre-plated will lessen our sale day preparation. Please mark your item as far as what it is and if there are ingredients in it that might cause an allergic reaction (i.e nuts.) You do not need to price it. The following is suggested: 6 or 12 rolls per plate; 6 or 12 cookies per plate; 1 large piece of pie or cake per plate; one large brownie per plate or 4-6 per plate; 4-6 pieces of fudge or candy per plate, and 4-6 cupcakes per plate. Whole pies, cakes, and breads would also go over great as the sale is just before Thanksgiving. Items can be dropped off at the church on Friday, Nov. 22, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. or on Saturday, November 23, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. For more information, please see Judy Timmer or call her at 399-4410 or email her at parksidejudy@sbcglobal.net. For planning purposes, please tear off the bottom half of this form and place it in the offering plate. YES, I would be willing to donate the following to Parkside’s Holiday Bake Sale: Item: ______________________________________________________________ Name: ________________________________ Phone: ______________________ Pre-plated? Yes ________________ No __________________
  7. 7. SERMON NOTES November 10, 2013 All In The Family #6 “Resolving Conflict” Ephesians 4:25-32 Don’t let your home be a place of: 1. _________________ 2. ____________________ 3.__________________ Also: Bitterness, Brawling, Slander & Malice Make your home a place of: 1. ____________ _____________ 2. ___________________________ 3. _______________________ 4. ______________________________     I will not think about this incident. I will not bring this incident up and use it against you. I will not talk to others about this incident. I will not allow this incident to stand between us or hinder our personal relationship. By God's grace, you can use conflict to: 1) ___________________ God 2) __________________ other people 3) Grow to be like ___________________. Some ways to resolve conflict in your home: 1. Don’t underestimate your _________________. 2. Don’t underestimate your _______________ to fix the problem. 3. Don’t _________________ your problems. © Peacemaker Ministries 4. List possible _____________________. (www.peacemaker.net) 5. Seek ______________ if needed. Check it out! Great resources for managing conflict in a Christ-like manner.

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