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Since fishermen set out to sea, they have looked to the heavens to guide their boats. From simple observation, using the structure of their own hands and rudimentary instruments held up to the stars, to the most complicated satellite-assisted programs employed today, those who traverse the seas have relied upon the consistent pattern of the constellations to navigate their vessels. How does that principle apply to people seeking direction today?

Michael Bogdan will share his sermon “Burn the Ships” on Sunday, Aug. 1, at 10:30 a.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 2. All are welcome to attend the service with traditional worship music and friendly people.

The Wednesday morning Bible study in 1 Peter continues with “Journey into Hope: When Life Gets Tough” at 10 a.m. The hymn sing is every Sunday evening at 6 in the Clubhouse 3 Lobby; this community-wide gathering incorporates the e singing of best-loved hymns chosen by the audience, choruses from years past, solo presentations and a brief, uplifting devotional message.

As society begins to emerge from the isolation of the pandemic, people are encouraged to establish a new habit of attending church on a regular basis or re-establish their former pattern of faithfully attending. God designed people for community and relationships. LWers are invited to get onboard the ship with LWAG and see where their faith journey takes them.

More information about Leisure World Assembly of God can be obtained by contacting Pastors Chuck and Sheryl Franco at (562) 357-4360 or Prayer requests can be sent to Pastor Chuck at the above contacts or prayer team leader Carolyn Van Aalst at (562) 343-8424. Leisure World Assembly of God looks forward to serving the Leisure World community.

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