Church at Home
During this season, Harvest is offering limited in-person gatherings as well as live-streamed services for your family to view and participate with in your home. Together, we will continue to be the church, learning to live like Christ while reaching out in his name. Harvest remains committed to bringing people together. We will continue to gather online as a body for worship, teaching, and to stir one another up toward love and good deeds.
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Wondering what the Christian life looks like in the middle of a pandemic? We’ve put together some resources to help you walk through this season.
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Harvest Christian Church
P.O. Box 745
Troutdale, OR 97060
Order of Worship
August 9, 2020
Song – “Closer”
Song – “It Is Well”
Message, Pastor Josh Argubright
“1st Peter, Part 4”
“When suffering while in exile, as exiles, because we are exiles, we point others to the Father”
1 Peter 2:19-21 (esv)
1 Peter 2:11-12 (niv)
1 Peter 3:13-17 (esv)
1 Peter 2:21-24 (niv)
“Maybe we don’t feel like we suffer because we aren’t living as exiles in our world”
“When suffering well while in exile, we point others to the Father”
Communion, Jeff Isom
Song – “Rescue Story”
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Bible Lessons and Activities for the Family – August 9, 2020
Bottom Line– God made me!
Memory Verse– “I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” Psalm 139:14, NIV
Life App– Creativity: Imagining what you could do because you were made in God’s image.
Bottom Line – God created you, so you can be creative.
Memory Verse – “Lord, you are great. You are really worthy of praise. No one can completely understand how great you are.” Psalm 145:3, NIrV