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November 2017

2017 in Review

November 19, 2017

Check out Good Shepherd's year in ministry! 2017 was filled with meaningful experiences for kids, youth, and adults, plus baptisms, incredible serving opportunities, and worship!

Give with Joy • North Oak

Week 3 • November 19, 2017 • Mark Sheets

There are many moments in our lives where we experience the joy of giving to someone or something - Christmas or birthday presents, humanitarian efforts, or thanking a friend with a gift card or picking up the lunch tab. Giving is important, because it reminds us of the importance of others, and that joy is meant to be shared, not kept to ourselves. What could we do for God’s kingdom if we all gave with joy?

Give with Joy • Platte County

Week 3 • November 19, 2017 • Adam Mustoe

There are many moments in our lives where we experience the joy of giving to someone or something - Christmas or birthday presents, humanitarian efforts, or thanking a friend with a gift card or picking up the lunch tab. Giving is important, because it reminds us of the importance of others, and that joy is meant to be shared, not kept to ourselves. What could we do for God’s kingdom if we all gave with joy?

Give with Joy • Gladstone

Week 3 • November 19, 2017 • Kayla Meredith

There are many moments in our lives where we experience the joy of giving to someone or something - Christmas or birthday presents, humanitarian efforts, or thanking a friend with a gift card or picking up the lunch tab. Giving is important, because it reminds us of the importance of others, and that joy is meant to be shared, not kept to ourselves. What could we do for God’s kingdom if we all gave with joy?

Grow in Faith • North Oak

Week 2 • November 12, 2017 • Mark Sheets

At various points in our lives, we can feel like we're stuck in a rut with repetitive behaviors, similar patterns, and a loss of excitement. Naturally, this can happen in our faith too. What is at stake faith-wise in a stagnant relationship with God? Do we truly plateau, or do we begin to drift apart from God if we're not actively seeking to grow in our faith?

Grow in Faith • Platte County

Week 2 • November 12, 2017 • Adam Mustoe

At various points in our lives, we can feel like we're stuck in a rut with repetitive behaviors, similar patterns, and a loss of excitement. Naturally, this can happen in our faith too. What is at stake faith-wise in a stagnant relationship with God? Do we truly plateau, or do we begin to drift apart from God if we're not actively seeking to grow in our faith?

Grow in Faith • Gladstone

Week 2 • November 12, 2017 • Mark Sheets

At various points in our lives, we can feel like we're stuck in a rut with repetitive behaviors, similar patterns, and a loss of excitement. Naturally, this can happen in our faith too. What is at stake faith-wise in a stagnant relationship with God? Do we truly plateau, or do we begin to drift apart from God if we're not actively seeking to grow in our faith?

Anna

11.12.17 • November 12, 2017 • Anna Chapman

Anna shares how God has transformed her life through the gsYouth ministry at Good Shepherd.

Share Jesus • North Oak

Week 1 • November 5, 2017 • Mark Sheets

To love neighbor as ourselves is to embrace neighbors, strangers, friends and enemies…every soul God has made. To truly love all people as God loves us is to see every soul as worthy of love. How is it that many of us struggle to truly see the very image of God in another person?

Share Jesus • Platte County

Week 1 • November 5, 2017 • Adam Mustoe

To love neighbor as ourselves is to embrace neighbors, strangers, friends and enemies…every soul God has made. To truly love all people as God loves us is to see every soul as worthy of love. How is it that many of us struggle to truly see the very image of God in another person?

Share Jesus • Gladstone

Week 1 • November 5, 2017 • Kayla Meredith

To love neighbor as ourselves is to embrace neighbors, strangers, friends and enemies…every soul God has made. To truly love all people as God loves us is to see every soul as worthy of love. How is it that many of us struggle to truly see the very image of God in another person?

Grateful - Invitation

November 5, 2017

Hear about the experiences from staff and governing board members about the challenge to invite 12 people to church in 2017.

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November 5, 2017

One of the most life-giving emotions a person can cultivate is the feeling of gratitude. So many things in live we care about – joy, happiness, hope, peace…they come from having a heart that is grateful. Being grounded in gratitude is where God’s transforming work can be revealed in the most important and inspiring ways. It is where we find perspective, purpose and even peace.