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No Other Name

Today we remember the great confession of St. Peter – as well as his boldness in proclaiming Him everywhere.

Only Jesus has the power to save! His name is the only one in all the world that can save anyone.

Acts 4:12 (CEV)

May be so bold in proclaiming the saving Jesus to all!

Scriptures

  • Matthew 16:13-18
  • Acts 4:8-13

DONATE BLOOD at LIFEBRIDGE – Give the Gift of Life

You are needed – to save lives!

The need for more blood donations is growing daily. Your blood donation is essential to keep the blood supply strong and steady. Without on-going donors, we cannot ensure people have the blood they need.

We’re asking you to come in and donate! The need is real. The need is now.

CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR DONATION APPOINTMENT

(Our Sponsor Code is: LCCS)

Or download the DIGITAL DONOR APP for
iOS or Android to schedule your donation.

LifeBridge Community Church
2162 FM 2187 Rd.
Sealy, TX. 77474

Sunday, February 6, 2022
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Donor Bus Parked Outside.

Contact Angie Wolfe for more information.

Invisible

Although Epiphany was on the 6th, it is good to celebrate it.

Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD has risen upon you.

Isaiah 60:1 (esv)

We remember the Magi who searched for God’s King. We celebrate Jesus being the Light of the world. We celebrate that, even when we may want to be invisible, we are also Called to be His lights.

May all see Him in and through us!

Scriptures

  • Matthew 2:1-12
  • Isaiah 60:1-6

COVID POSITIVE NOTIFICATION

Good afternoon and happy new year!

We praise and thank the Lord that He is still reigning on the Throne of Grace, even amidst uncertainties and unknowns.

LifeBridge has just learned that a LifeBridge person has a presumed positive COVID-19 test result who was in worship at LifeBridge last Sunday, January 2.

WE URGE:

  1. Discuss with your doctor the benefits of available vaccines and their possible appropriateness for you.
  2. When appropriate, wear a CDC approved face covering.
  3. Enhance your social distancing discipline to maintain 6 feet of distance from others not in your immediate family.
  4. Carefully monitor your symptoms and avoid all personal contact and nonessential travel if you feel the least bit ill.
  5. Continue hand washing and the use of hand sanitizer.
  6. Should you have any symptoms or feel ill, stay away from in-person worship and seek advice from your healthcare professional.
  7. Speak with your health care provider or local Health Department officials with any specific questions you may have about your health or COVID-19.

To ensure your safety LIFEBRIDGE CONTINUES TO:

  1. Have masks and hand sanitizer available for folks as they enter.
  2. Encourage folks to wear masks when not seated each Sunday morning.
  3. Continue to perform contact tracing on those who attend services.
  4. Start handing out Communion elements and fellowship snacks to minimize contact by several.
  5. Closely monitor local, state and federal guidance and adjust our COVID-19 protocols accordingly.

This virus, like all struggles will continue to win some battles in this world. But fear not; for Jesus has overcome the world and won the war!

Continuing to look at Jesus,
Pastor Scott

Sweet!

Solomon is known for being the wisest man who lived (apart from Jesus, of course).

How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth!

Psalm 119:103 (esv)

But being wise doesn’t always translate to being godly.

In fact, some of the wisest people foolishly separate themselves from the Source of that Wisdom – God!

Solomon lost track of the more important thing – seeking God and remaining in His Word instead of worldly wisdom, which is fleeting.

May we always seek and remain in His Words, which are sweeter than honey!

Scriptures

  • 1 Kings 3:4-15
  • Psalm 119:97-104

COVID POSITIVE NOTIFICATION

Good afternoon!

We praise and thank the Lord for His continued grace and kindness upon us as a people and nation, and for His mercy and protection amidst the pandemic and unrest that exists around us.

LifeBridge has just learned that a LifeBridge child of Toddler/BridgeKidz age has tested positive for COVID-19 who was in worship at LifeBridge yesterday, Sunday, December 26.

WE URGE:

  1. Discuss with your doctor the benefits of available vaccines and their possible appropriateness for you.
  2. When appropriate, wear a CDC approved face covering.
  3. Enhance your social distancing discipline to maintain 6 feet of distance from others not in your immediate family.
  4. Carefully monitor your symptoms and avoid all personal contact and nonessential travel if you feel the least bit ill.
  5. Continue hand washing and the use of hand sanitizer.
  6. Should you have any symptoms or feel ill, stay away from in-person worship and seek advice from your healthcare professional.
  7. Speak with your health care provider or local Health Department officials with any specific questions you may have about your health or COVID-19.

To ensure your safety LIFEBRIDGE CONTINUES TO:

  1. Have masks and hand sanitizer available for folks as they enter.
  2. Encourage folks to wear masks when not seated each Sunday morning.
  3. Continue to perform contact tracing on those who attend services.
  4. Start handing out Communion elements and fellowship snacks to minimize contact by several.
  5. Closely monitor local, state and federal guidance and adjust our COVID-19 protocols accordingly.

This virus, like all struggles will continue to win some battles in this world. But fear not; for Jesus has overcome the world and won the war!

Continuing to look at Jesus,
Pastor Scott

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