What: IBCB Fahrradtour – 22 km, easy pace
When: Saturday 10. September, 10:30 h
Where: Meet at S-Bahnhof Osdorferstr. [PLATFORM]
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Everyone is welcome to join the fun on this easy-paced, flat bicycle tour that visits some of the historical sites to the south of Berlin. We’ll start at 10:30 h and end approximately 3 hours later … depending upon how long we take to talk, eat, and drink. For more info, contact Paul Williams or Scott Corwin.
Treffpunkt, S-Bahnhof Osdorferstr (1)
Kanonenkugel von der Schlacht (2)
Lilienthal Denkmal (3)
Turm: 100 jahriges Jubiläum der Schlacht (4)
Pyramide: Blücher Denkmal (5)
durch den Park und Teltow zurück
Pentecost and missions go hand in glove! Jesus’ promise to send the Spirit after his ascension was one of power to be witnesses (See Acts 1:8) to the whole world beginning at home.
This is the season of “missions” @ IBCB. This next week, I’ll be teaching for the first time our “Go on Mission” Class. In that class we will see how “missions” — being global disciple-makers — is an integral part of God’s mission — making disciple-making followers of Jesus Christ. Sign up for this inaugural teaching/training event.
We are reaching out to our local community in two ways this Spring/Summer — the Intercultural Festival (10 June) and our IBCB & Friends Street Festival (9 July). Once again, IBCB will be a part of the Steglitz Intercultural Festival by hosting a booth and presenting on stage (Foster’s Gospel Choir). [Jürgen Ferrary, Associate Pastor of Outreach and Evangelism, is a co-coordinator of this year’s event.] We will use this as an opportunity to invite people to IBCB’s International Day (19 June).
Together with the Nazerene Gemeinde and Power House Ministries, IBCB will be hosting a street festival on Rothenburgstr./Wrangelstr. complete with stage performances, children’s games, grill party, grafitti prayer wall, a Gospel Benefit Concert, and more. We will be prayer walking our community and inviting people to the street festival and an “open door, welcome-the-community” Sunday event on 10 July.
We have two missions trips this Summer — Hungary English/German Camp and Romania VBS. We’re praying and asking God to raise up six people to “go on mission” through “missions” by participating in these opportunities, and we’ll be asking you to partner (financially) to help support those who participate. Of course, all of us will pray.
Why are we so fixed on these things? Because that’s the mission God has given us as his church. Without missions the church is NOT the church. A church serious about following Jesus will continue the mission of Jesus, God’s mission for his people, the purpose of the Spirit’s power: being a witness to the gospel good news of the Kingdom of God — starting at home and taking it to the corners of the earth.
May God fill us with the power of his Holy Spirit so that we may be about the missions of mission!