The Preacher – Pastor David Rymer

“Blessed be the Lord, who loads us with benefits… ” (Psalm 68:19). Why is it that the Lord God loads certain people down with benefits while others barely receive one?   No doubt the answer to this mystery is summed up with a word-Attitude. Yes, attitude!   Once there is an attitude adjustment, blessings usually

flow; unless of course, ungratefulness raises its ugly 

head and dries up the flow of God’s blessing upon us; and 

then it is back to gripping and poverty once again.

News For you!! – 9-22-2022

Hi everyone,

This weekend I plan to bring the message,“Do You Ever Find Yourself Doubting God?”fromJohn 20:19-31.Maybe you have wrestled with the question“Does God really exist?”Or perhaps,“Is the resurrection of Jesus Christ really true?What if it was all a hoax?”If doubts enter your mind at times, this is the message for you.Please read through the attached“Digging Deeper”Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

Service Time And Location:

The elders have decided to move our services indoors now until next summer and to keep the one service format at 10:30am until further notice.The elders will be watching our attendance levels and will determine when the best time is to go back to two services.

Coming Events:

“Mission 119:11” (Children’s Midweek Ministry)

6:30pm Wednesday, September 28th

We held our first Mission 119:11 Children’s Midweek ministry in 2 ½ years last night.It was amazing to see how well the program was run, it was as if we didn’t miss a beat.We resumed the ministry right where we left off. The team did a remarkable job last night and it was answered prayer to hear many happy children playing and studying in the building again.The setting was orderly, and the children had a great time.If you have children, grandchildren, or neighborhood children age preschool to 6thGrade, we encourage you to bring them to Mission 119:11.The title of the ministry is a play on Psalm 119:11:“I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.”The ministry has many similarities to the way Awana used to be.

“An Evening Of Worship And Prayer”

6:30pm Sunday, September 25th

Please join us 6:30pm Sunday, September 25th at the church for “An Evening Of Worship Music And Prayer” with a dessert fellowship to follow. Attendees will be treated to worship music from four talented worship teams, each doing some of their favorite songs. Please bring your friends for this special evening as we worship the Lord together.If you would like to bring a desert to share, please do so.

“MOPS” (Mothers Of Preschoolers)

9:30am Tuesday, October 4th

Our next MOPS meeting is scheduled for 9:30am Tuesday, October 4thin the Passover Room.If you are a mother of a preschool age child, we invite you to join the other mothers for an encouraging time in the Passover Room.

“Ladies Night Out”

6:00pm Friday, October 7th

Our next Ladies Night Out is scheduled from 6:00-8:00pm on Friday, October 7th.Activities for the evening will include Bingo and Ice Cream Sundaes.Please bring toppings for Ice Cream Sundaes to share with the other ladies.For more information, contact Krystal Hangana at 775-379-8892.

Men’s Breakfast

9:00am Saturday, October 8th

Our next Men’s Breakfast is scheduled for 9:00am Saturday, October 8th.Come prepared for some delicious food, practical discussion and application, and some great fellowship.

Thank you for your faithful support of Shoreline Community Church during difficult times.Your kindness is greatly appreciated.

In Christian Love,

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

The Preacher – Pastor Dave Rymer

   “Who satisfies your mouth with good things…” 

(Psalm 103:5). If the Lord God has filled our

mouths with good things- why is it that we

complain so much?

   Yet complaining seems to be the stock and

trade of so many of God’s people these days.

Concerning this issue,one man comments, “He 

would complain if he got hung with a new rope.”

   If we praised the Lord as much as we com-

plained against Him, our lives would take on

a whole new meaning, and the heart of God 

would be warmed and gladdened for a

change, rather than saddened by what He 

sees in our lives, and the things He hears 

coming out of our mouths.

9-15 News For You!!

Hi everyone,

This Sunday I plan to bring the message,“And The Blind See”fromMatthew 20:29-34.Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

SCC Missionary Dr. Jeremie Agree

Dr. Jeremie Agree is serving the Lord Jesus Christ with “The Navigators” in French speaking Africa and also ministers through his skill as an eye surgeon, especially through his mobile eye clinic that he takes to the rural areas of his native Ivory Coast.Jeremie will be speaking this Sunday morning in Joe Walker’s Sunday School class at 9:30am, and then sharing for a few minutes at the end of the 10:30am service on September 18th. We will be taking a special blue box offering for his ministry to the blind this Sunday.

An Evening Of Worship

Please join us at 6:30pm Sunday, September 25thfor “An Evening Of Worship” with a dessert fellowship to follow.Attendees will be treated to worship music led by four different worship teams, each doing a few songs.Please bring your family and friends for this special evening of worshiping our Lord.For more information, call Stefanie Ahlers at 541-2800.Hope to see you there!

Women’s Archery Trip

Cheryl Barnard will be leading a woman’s archery trip to Bow Tech (an indoor archery range) in Eugene on Tuesday, September 20th.If you enjoy archery as a hobby or are interested in seeing if you would like it, this is the trip for you.Professional instructors will be available to help, and you do not need to own a bow to go on this trip and shoot.There will be no cost for the archery.Cheryl plans to leave the church around 9:00am Tuesday for Eugene.

New Bible Study

Desmond Hangana is now teaching a new class on “Christian Ethics” 6:30pm each Thursday at the home of Dave and Madge Osborn in Coos Bay.If you are interested in attending this new class, please call Madge Osborn at 541-290-9779.

MOPS (Mothers-Of-Preschoolers)

Our MOPS ministry begins the new year this Tuesday at 9:30am.Shoreline has hosted MOPS for the past two years and the young mothers attending have been blessed by this time together.For more information, call Becca Emas at 267-303-1326.

Mission 119:11 (Children Midweek Ministry)

Our midweek children’s ministry “Mission 119:11” begins this Wednesday at 6:30pm.Mission 119:11 is very much like Awana used to be, its key verse is taken from Psalm 119:11,“Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You.”We are blessed to have a great team of leaders this year and are hoping you will bring your children, grandchildren, and neighborhood children to club for some good Scriptural fun.

Van Rides Are Available Sundays

We are now offering rides to church Sunday on our church van.If you need a ride or know of someone who does, simply call van driver Cynthia Backstrom at 541-808-5238 to make arrangements.

Last Barbecue Of The Summer

This Sunday will be the last after church barbecue of the summer.Thank you to the Ciccarelli’s, Men’s Ministry, the Deacons and everyone else who have worked so hard and lovingly in putting together our delicious lunches and this unprecedented time of fellowship together.Please be sure to thank those involved for this effort!

Please Invite Your Friends

Please be sure to invite your family members, friends, and acquaintances with you to church this Sunday.It should be a special Sunday with Jeremie here and it will be our last All Church Barbecue of the summer.Hope to see you this Sunday!

In Christian Love,

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

News For you!!

Hi everyone,

This weekend our message will be“Wanted: Scattered Grain Christians”fromLuke 8:4-15.John Slivkoff is from Astoria and will be our guest speaker this weekend.John is the former President of Ecola Hall Bible School in Cannon Beach and has been a popular speaker at our Shoreline Men’s Retreat on two occasions.

Note:As Auxiliary Clergy Support Chaplain with the United States Coast Guard, I have the unique opportunity to minister to the spiritual needs of Coasties at 9 of our 10 Coast Guard stations in Sector North Bend.(The 10thstation, Station Chetco River, has its own ACS Chaplain.)To function in this capacity, I need to have an endorsing agency accepted by the U.S. government, they will not accept non-denominational churches.My endorsing agency is the Venture Church Network (formerly Conservative Baptists), and I am required to attend a couple of meetings each year with them, this weekend is one of them and it will be at Men’s Roundup.Thank you for your understanding as we care for our local military personnel and their families.This allows me to minister to the spiritual needs of approximately 450 military members and their families.As of August 7th, I have now been serving in this capacity for over 15 years.

Night Of Praise

6:30pm Sunday, September 25, 2022

You are invited to a “Night of Praise” with a dessert fellowship to follow put on by our Women’s Ministry.Each of our four SCC Worship Teams will be doing specials and leading worship songs (old, new, and in between). Please join us for our first time ever “Praise Night” and please, bring your friends! If you have any questions, please call Stefanie Ahlers at 541-297-2899.

Major Announcement On Service Times

The elders have decided to stay with one service at 10:30am through the middle of October with the hope of worshiping outdoors weather permitting.We will be worshiping indoors on Sunday, September 25thsimply because of the amount of work involved for our sound and media team with the evening of worship involving four different worship teams.Other than the 25th, the elders will make the call each week as to whether we worship outside or indoors.

MOPS (Mother’s Of Preschoolers)

Tuesday, September 13th

At Open House will be held for anyone interested in Mothers-Of-Preschoolers 9:30am Tuesday, September 13that Shoreline.For more information, call Kristal Hangana at 775-379-8892.

Mission 119:11 Leadership Training

Wednesday, September 14th

Our next leadership training for Mission 119:11 is scheduled for 6:00pm Wednesday, September 14that the church.If you are interested in helping with this vital children’s mid-week ministry or would like to register your children for club, please call Jessie Barnard at 541-808-0902.

Volunteer Needed For Lawns

We are looking for someone who would be willing to take over the church lawns and weed eating as their own personal ministry.We have a drive around lawn mower and the equipment needed.If you are interested, please let me know.Even if you can help occasionally as a backup, it would be nice to know.Thanks.

SCC Prayer Update

Please continue to pray for a miracle for the family of Dawn and Will’s friends who were involved in a very serious rear end accident this past Monday. Their pastor was at the hospital with them Monday, yesterday and was due to return today. The parents have minor injuries, but the concern is for their three children, especially for Cooper, their 6-year-old son, who sustained a severe brain bleed and is in ICU. Coopers condition has not improved but Dawn said it sounds as if the parents are preparing their hearts for his passing. Please continue to pray for God’s mercy and a miracle of complete healing for him and the family. Their 9-year-old daughter is in bad shape both physically and mentally, she is very quiet. She is in a lot of pain (from the intestinal damage as well as a broken femur) that the doctors are trying to manage and was scheduled for a follow up surgery on her intestines today. Their 4-year-old daughter had surgery on her femur today and a rod and pins were put in. She is in a cast up to her chest. She and her older sister are in the same room. Their grandparents have flown in to help give support. Please continue your prayers for the entire family for healing physically, mentally, and spiritually. I will continue to update as soon as any further information becomes available. Please know how grateful Dawn and Will are for your continued prayers on behalf of the friends. This is so difficult.APF, Tami

Clayton Ashbough ~ Please continue to pray for Clayton as he recovers from his foot amputation.Thank you to everyone who has been helping out with Clayton.

Lorraine Eckberg ~ Please continue to pray for Lorraine.Lorraine received a very good report from her cancer doctor after the elder anointed and prayed over her, surprising even the doctor – PTL!

May God bless you with an incredible week as you walk closely with Him!

In Christian Love,

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

News For You!!

Hello Church family, 

I hope you are enjoying our outdoor worship services and free lunch each Sunday.  The Lord has sure blessed us with some beautiful weather and a lot of very nice people to help. This weekend I plan to bring the message, “The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ” from John 20:1-18; communion will follow.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message. 

Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic 

Our next “Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” is scheduled for 3:00pm this Sunday in the Sanctuary.  I hope you can join Tom, Debbie, and Steve for a great time of worship music and fellowship.

Special Need – Clayton

Clayton Ashbaugh just called me and said he has no one to sit with him from Friday at 5:00pm to Saturday at 5:00pm.  Are any of you willing to help Clayton out for this 24-hour period?  If you are, please let me know.

Ladies Night Out Cancelled This Week 

Our Women’s Ministry will not be holding “Ladies Night Out” this Friday because of the Labor Day weekend.  We will pick up this activity on the first Friday in October. 

Men’s Breakfast Cancelled this Weekend 

Our “Men’s Breakfast” usually meets the first Saturday of every month.  Because of Labor Day weekend, the men will not be meeting this month as usual.  Frank DeSpain said we will resume the breakfast in October when the topic of discussion will be “communication.” 

Men’s Roundup 

I will be leading some men going to “Men’s Roundup” September 9th-11th.  This is the largest Men’s Christian Conference in the Northwest with pre-covid numbers ranging from 1,200-1,500 men.  If you are interested in attending this year’s Roundup, please give me a call at 541-297-1571. 

Nursery In Need 

Nursery Director Holly Harluckowicz has put out an urgent plea for more nursery workers. That is great news because it means that we are getting a lot of young couples in the church with several new babies.  If you are willing to help, please give Holly a call at 541-290-0318. 

Mission 119:11 

We are getting ready to start up our Children’s mid-week ministry in September.  Mission 119:11 will run from 6:30-8:10pm Wednesday evenings for children pre-school through 6th grade.  The first official night of club will be Wednesday, September 21st.  If you are interested in signing your children up (or even helping in club) please give Jessie Barnard a call at 541-808-0902. 

Psalm 119:11 ~ “Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You.” 

Free Kindling Available 

Meredith Childs has plenty of kindling available for anyone who needs it.  If you are interested in picking some of this free kindling up, please give Meredith a call at 541-294-8662. 

Mops Open House 

We will be having a MOPS Open House at 9:30am on Tuesday, September 13th.  If you are interested in attending MOPS (Mothers-Of-Preschoolers) or interested in learning more about it, please call Kristal Hangana at 775-379-8892. 

Women’s Archery Trip 

Cheryl Barnard will be leading a group of ladies to Bowtech in Eugene on Tuesday, September 20th where you can learn to do archery for free.  The group will be departing from Shoreline at 9:00am in the morning.  If you are interested in attending or would just like more information, please call Cheryl at 541-808-3171. 

Thank You 

Thank you for your faithful support of the ministry at Shoreline Community Church, your sacrifice is greatly appreciated. 

Praise the Lord! 

Please be praying about whom you can invite to church this week.  One young couple brought a young man to church last weekend and the young man surrendered his life to Christ – praise the Lord!    We will be setting up a baptism service for him in the near future. 

Have a blessed week in the Lord as you walk closely with Jesus! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

Sunday, August 28

Hello Church Family,

This weekend, I plan to bring the message, “Are You Facing A Major Obstacle In Your Life?” from Joshua 3:1-4:9.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.  We hope you have been enjoying the meals after church each week, this weekend the Ciccarelli’s will be hosting and chilidogs are on the menu.  Special thanks to everyone who has been chipping in behind the scenes and helping with these meals, what a special time of food and fellowship we have had this summer.  Following this Sunday, we only have three more weeks to go outdoors before we move back inside.  Please be praying about who you can invite to church with you this weekend.  I hope to see you this Sunday, remember prayer time is at 8:30am in Room 101, Sunday School is at 9:30am, and church is at 10:30am outside on the lawn.  See you then!

In Christian Love,

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

News For You!

Hello everyone,

After a 22-hour trip home from the NACON conference in Orlando, FL, I am finally back in the saddle once again.  The training I went through with the Coast Guard was ASIST Suicide Prevention Training that I can also use at Shoreline in ministry.  Special thanks to Joe Walker for filling in for me at the pulpit while I was gone. 

This weekend, I plan to bring the message, “Are You Facing A Major Obstacle In Your Life?” from Joshua 3:1-4:9.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.  We hope you have been enjoying the meals after church each week.

MEN’S ROUNDUP

Men’s Roundup is quickly coming upon us and is scheduled for September 9th-12th at Camp Tadmor near Sweet Home, Oregon.  Men’s Roundup is the largest Christian Men’s Conference in the Pacific Northwest and in the past has drawn between 1,200-1,500 men to the event.  If you are interested in attending this year’s conference, please give me a call at 541-297-1571 for details.

MISSION 119:11

Mission 119:11 is our Children’s Ministries midweek ministry.  After a break during Covid, we are excited to get this ministry back up and running again this September.  God has provided us with a great team of leaders this year and now we just need the children to sign up.  If you would like to have your children involved in this ministry, or even help with it, please contact Jessie Barnard at 541-808-0902.

SPECIAL REQUEST

Stephanie Wynn from Shoreline is shut in much of the time these days, but has found a productive way of using her time and energy.  Stephanie is very involved with what is called “The Pocket Blanket Project” making blankets for our local homeless population.  Stefanie is in need of material to continue this ministry.  She says she has been getting “Mainstays” Fleece Throw’s at Wal-Mart, they are 50 x 60 inches.  The plain are $3.00 and the print $3.78 each.  She said she adds three pockets, one that she places a Bible in, one with a toothbrush, and the other with socks. Stephanie says, “We’ve delivered over 100 Pocket Blankets since 5/12/22.”  If you are willing to help Stephanie with materials for the cost of this special project, please call her at 541-756-2187, or at 541-260-9077.

MOPS

Our MOPS ministry (Mother’s-Of-Preschoolers) will be starting once again in September.  If you are interested in attending or helping with this very special ministry, please call Kristal Hangana at 775-379-8892.

BIGGER PLAYGROUND/NEW SIDEWALK/NEW WINDOWS

You might notice that we have enlarged the children’s playground and have also torn up the old sidewalk placing a new one on the southwest side of the church.  We hope that this new sidewalk will be safer for you and we have also created a way to drain our new baptistry.  Sometime in the not-too-distant future, we will be replacing the old single pane windows in the Passover Room with double paned, which should make the Passover Room much warmer this winter.

THANK YOU

Thank you for your faithful support of Shoreline Community Church, your kindness and generosity have allowed us to keep pressing forward ministry, even during difficult times.

I hope to see you this Sunday at 10:30am outdoors on the lawn.  Remember, prayer time is at 8:30am in Room 101; three adult Sunday School electives are available at 9:30am; and church starts at 10:30am.  Please be praying about whom you can invite to church with you this Sunday.

In Christian Love,

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
http://www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

   “… Why do you persist in rebellion? Your whole 

head is injured, your whole heart is afflicted. 

From the sole of your foot to the top of your head 

there is no soundness – only wounds and welts

and open sores not cleansed or bandaged or 

soothed with oil” (Isaiah 1:5-6).

    Talk about being dropped on your head –

How bad can it get? I mean, ancient Israel was a 

real basket case physically and spiritually. It must

have really hurt to have open wounds, welts, and 

sores all over your body.

   What is worse than open wounds, welts, and 

sores? – Giving open wounds, welts, and sores 

by some of the things we say and do to people.

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

   “Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for 

this is right. Honor your father and mother: 

which is the  first commandment with promise; 

That it  may be well with you, and you may live 

long on the earth” (Ephesians 6:1-3).

   If you are wondering why so many of our young 

folks are dying at an early age; especially 

teenagers and young adults, you need to go no 

further than Ephesians 6:1-3.

   If parents were the kind of godly parents God 

called them to be – most of our children would

enjoy a comparatively long, happy, and prosperous 

life.

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

   “And he laid it upon my mouth, and said, ‘Lo, this has 

touched your lips” …(Isaiah 6:7).'” After Isaiah saw the

Lord God, he cried out, “Woe is me! for I am undone:

because I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the

midst of a people of unclean lips – for my eyes have

seen the King, the Lord of hosts” (Isaiah 6:5).

   Now, that is what I call a vision, a real Holy Spirit 

vision. The man of God saw the filthiness of the world

around him, the state of his own his own needy heart, 

his sometimes worldly speech, he couldn’t help but

cry out, “My eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts.”

 – For I am unclean!

   Once you have seen the King- everything changes: even 

the things you do and talk about.

NEWS FOR YOU!!

Hello everyone, 

This weekend I plan to bring the message, “It Is Finished!” from John 19:23-42.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.  This week, we will be meeting outside on the SCC Pavilion as we plan to do through Sunday, September 18th.  If you get cold sitting outside Sunday mornings, try placing your lawn chairs next to the big fence to get a wind block.  We also have several open spots for people to worship in their cars if they like down the driveway and along the back of the field.  We are hoping to have lunch available once again after church this weekend. 

Note: On Sunday, August 7th, we will have missionaries M. and D. with us from a very sensitive part of the Muslim world.  They will be sharing in Joe Walker’s Sunday School class at 9:30am and for 15 minutes at the end of our morning service.   We will bring them up to speak right after we sign off from our Youtube broadcast in order to protect their identities.   

Special Thanks

Special thanks to all the people from Shoreline who participated in the Pacific Pregnancy Clinic’s “Walk For Life.”  What a great time of fun and fellowship together!

Upcoming Activities: 

“Ladies Night Out” 

Our next “Ladies Night Out” is scheduled for 6:00pm Friday, August 5 at Shoreline Community Church.  We hope you can join the ladies for an evening of fun and fellowship.  For more information, call Kristal Hangana at 775-379-8892. 

“Men’s Breakfast” 

“Men’s Breakfast” is scheduled for 9:00am Saturday, August 6th at Shoreline Community Church.  We hope the men can join us for a great time of food and fellowship.  The meal is always followed by a lively discussion that is practical to every man’s life. 

Church Work Party 

A work party will immediately be following the Men’s Breakfast this Saturday. 

“Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” 

The August “Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” is scheduled for 3:00pm Sunday, August 7th in the Shoreline Community Church Sanctuary.  If you are interested in singing, please call Tom Trammel at 541-521-9596.  

“Camp Good News” 

Child Evangelism Fellowship will be putting on their “Camp Good” News Monday, August 8 – Friday, August 12th at Camp Fircroft near Langlois.  Children 6 years old through 6th Grade are invited, Shoreline has a few scholarships available if needed.  For more information, please call Jessie Barnard at 541-808-3171, she will be leaving for camp immediately after church this Sunday. 

“All-Church Campout” at Laverne Park 

Our All-Church Campout is scheduled for Thursday, August 11 through Monday, August 15 at the private Laverne Park Campground.  The campground has 22 sites available with the cost being $25.00 per site per night.  We still have a few sites open so hope to have a few more people sign up.  If you are interested in attending, please call Stefanie Ahlers at 541-297-2899. 

Mission 119:11 

Our mid-week children’s ministry will be resuming 6:30pm on Wednesday, September 21st.  If you would like to help with this vital ministry for children preschool through 6th Grade, or enroll your children, please contact Jessie at 541-808-3171. 

I look forward to seeing you this Sunday on the lawn.  Please be thinking about family members and friends whom you can invite to church with you.  See you Sunday! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

NEWS FOR YOU!!

Hello everyone, 

I hope you are enjoying our summer outdoor services 10:30am Sundays on the lawn at the SCC Pavilion. This Sunday will I continue our series through the Gospel of John with the message, “What Is Truth?” from John 18:28-40.  Please read through the attached Digging Deeper Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message. 

Barbecue Hotdogs After Church 

This weekend we will have free barbecued hotdogs, potato chips, and water after church while they last.  After this Sunday, the elders will ask for a small donation to help cover the cost.  Note: First time visitors will be able to eat for free.  Special thanks to Ian and Naomi Ciccarelli of Ciccarelli’s Restaurant for agreeing to take on this ministry and for providing the barbecued hotdogs for this weekend.  Vend West Services has graciously agreed to donate the potato chips for this weekend. I’ve been asked by people if they can stick around after church to fellowship, play horseshoes, and throw frisbees and just have fun?  The answer is yes, please fellowship!  

Mary Howes “Celebration Of Life” 

We will be holding a “Celebration Of Life” for Mary Howes this Saturday at 1:00pm in the church Sanctuary.  I hope you can join us as we remember the life of this incredible lady! 

Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) 5 Day Club 

Our CEF 5 Day Club has been going well all week, there is still time to join us if your children haven’t been there yet.  Club runs from 2:00pm-3:30pm Monday through Friday this week.  For more information, call Jessie at 541-808-0902. 

Camp Good News 

Children 6 years old through 6th Grade are invited to attend this year’s Camp Good News August 8th-12th at Camp Fircroft.  For more information, call Jessie Barnard at 541-808-0902. 

Mission 119:11 

We are still recruiting workers to serve in Mission 119:11 this Fall.  This is our midweek Children’s Ministry Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.  So far, all director position are filled and we have a total of 14 volunteers signed up to serve – Praise the Lord!  If you would like to be involved in the ministry this year, please talk to Jessie! 

Foundations (A Study In Systematic Theology) 

I invite you to join me tomorrow (Friday) at 10:00am in the Passover Room for our next interesting discussion on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.  Tomorrow we will be discussing the gifts of the Holy Spirit.  I hope you can join me and the others for this class. 

Life Groups on Thursday 

  • 4:00pm in the Passover Room with Tom Trammel (Sermon discussion notes) 
  • 6:00pm in the Passover Room with Kip Johnson (Sermon discussion notes)

Frontline Outing (For Middle School and High School Students) 

Students are invited to join Jessie on this fun trip Thursday, July 28th to Joey’s Arcade from 3:00-5:00pm.  (Cost: $10.00).  For more information, give Jessie a call at 541-808-0902. 

All-Church Family Camp 

Our “All-Church Family Camp” is scheduled for Thursday, August 11th-Monday, August 15th.  Please come for as many days as you lcan, the cost for a campsite per day is only $25.00.  Please let me know if you have not signed up and would like to attend.  Our bookkeeper is asking that people start to pay for their sites now, just simply write “Church Campout” on your check or envelope.  Thanks! 

We hope to see you this week at one of the many activities going on at Shoreline, but most importantly, we hope to see you outside on the lawn at 10:30am Sunday morning for worship! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

News For You!!

Hello everyone, 

I hope you were blessed by our outdoor worship last weekend.  We plan to continue worshiping outdoors (weather permitting) until the last week in September so don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs and appropriate clothing; remember the weather can change on a dime here.  This week I plan to bring the message, “Falsely Accused” from John 18:1-28; Stefanie Ahlers, her twin sister and brother will be leading our worship music. 

Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message. 

New Ministry Opportunity 

The elders would like to have barbecue hotdogs, chips and a drink available after church on Sundays for a small donation, but we need people to step forward to be the cooks.  Any volunteers?  Also, we’ve had people ask if they could hang around after church and fellowship on the lawn playing horseshoes and other games.  The answer is, “Absolutely.” I really hope we can have a camplike atmosphere at our outdoor services. 

Foundations 

I invite you to join me at 10:00am this Friday in the Passover Room for “Foundations – A Study In Systematic Theology.”  This week we will be discussing the topic of the baptism of the Holy Spirit.  I hope you can join me for this interesting study and subsequent discussion. 

Pray Oregon Coast 

Our next “Pray Oregon Coast” is scheduled for 6:00pm this Friday, July 15th at “The Refuge.”  The Refuge Church is located next to the Dairy Queen in downtown Coos Bay.  It would be great to have a lot of people there from Shoreline praying. 

Women’s Bible Study & Food 

The next Women’s Bible study with food is scheduled for 9:00am this Saturday, July 16th in the Passover Room.  This week’s DVD message will be “Clouds Without Water” by Justin Peters.  For more information call Smile Massie at 541-267-6545. 

All-Church Prayer Time 

Our prayer time has been moved to 8:30am Sundays in Room 101 for the duration of the summer.  I hope you can join this powerful time of prayer; it sets the tone for everything that follows on Sundays and for the week ahead. 

Sunday School 

Shoreline Community Church offer three Adult Sunday School classes at 9:30am Sundays in the main church building.  Bill Tomlinson teaches “The Gospel Of John” in Room 103; Pastor David Rymer teaches “Radical Christianity” in Room 101; and Joe Walker teaches 2 Samuel in the Passover Room. 

Bullet Proof Outing 

Our next trip is a miniature golf trip to Florence on Monday for our fourth through sixth grade students.  If you are interested, please contact Jessie. 

CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship) Five Day Club 

We will be holding a CEF Five Day Club at the church from 1:00-3:00pm July 18th-22nd.  This club is open for all children 5 years old through 6th Grade.  Please be sure to bring your children, grandchildren, and neighborhood children to this event.  For more information, contact Jessie. 

SCC Prayer Requests 

  • Pastor Dave Rymer ~ Please keep Pastor Dave in your prayers as he has been quite sick for the past week with Covid. 
  • Marilyn Hurt ~ Please continue to pray for Al and Marilyn as they recover, Marilyn has been released from the hospital and is back home now. 
  • Dale Cooper ~ Dale’s ex-wife passed away suddenly on Monday.  Dale and his son are back in Salt Lake City, Utah taking care of the arrangements.  Please be in prayer for the family during this time. 

I hope to see you this Sunday at 10:30am on the lawn.  Remember, that we have 13 parking spaces available in which you can watch the service, first come, first serve. 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

   And Simon Peter answered and said “You are 

the Christ, the Son of the living God.” And Jesus 

answered and said unto him, “Blessed are you, 

Simon Barjona: for flesh and blood has not

revealed it unto you, but my Father which is in 

heaven” ((Matthew 16:16-17).

   When the Holy Spirit reveals the truth of the 

Bible to us we are surprised, even amazed by its

wisdom. 

   When He reveals our hearts to us we cry out

as the apostle Peter cried out, “Depart from me:

for I am a sinful man, O Lord” (Luke 5:8) – What 

do you cry when the Lord God shows you the

true state of “your” heart?

News For You!

Hello everyone, 

I hope you can join us this weekend for a very special Fourth Of July service; I think you will find the music and message both enlightening and inspiring.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.  I hope you can join us at either 8:30 or 11:00am! 

Outdoor Worship To Begin Next Week 

This Sunday will be our last weekend of worshiping indoors before changing to our summer outdoor worship schedule. For the rest of the summer, we will be outside at the Pavilion holding our worship services on the lawn weather permitting.  Please be prepared for the following changes starting next week: 

  • Prayer Time = 8:30-9:15am in room 101 
  • Sunday School = 9:30-10:50am 
  • Worship = 10:30am on the lawn (Only one service) Bring your lawn chairs. 

Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic 

Our next “Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” is scheduled for 3:00pm this Sunday (July 3rd) at Shoreline Community Church.  We invite you to come and enjoy the music talents of Tom and Debbie Trammel along with others as they sing.  If you would like to play an instrument or sing, please call Tom or Debbie Trammel at 541-521-9596.  

Foundations 

My “Foundations – (A Study In Systematic Theology Class)” resumes at 10:00am tomorrow (Friday) after taking a month long break so I could attend my Coast Guard functions.  Tomorrow we will be studying – “The Holy Spirit In The New Testament.”  I hope you can join us in the Passover Room  for this fascinating discussion. 

Ladies Night Out 

Our next game night will be from 6:00-8:00pm on Friday, July 8th at the church.  The ladies are encouraged to bring a snack for others to share.  For further information, please call Kystal Hangana at 775-379-8892. 

Men’s Breakfast 

All men are invited to attend the Men’s Breakfast 9:00am Saturday, July 9th at the church.  Come expecting great food and fellowship along with a fantastic discussion to follow.  For more information call Frank DeSpain at 541-301-0515. 

Family Playdate At Boynton Park 

Our next “Family Playdate” is scheduled on Tuesday, July 5 at Boynton Park.  The event will last from 11:00am-1:00pm and we are asking that you bring a sack lunch.  Note:  Children under 3rd Grade must have a parent or guardian present with them. 

Sandboarding Trip At Hall Lake 

Students are encouraged to come and enjoy a fun-filled time at Hall Lake on Monday, July 11th.  Each student is asked to bring a lunch.  This event will be from 11:00am-1:00pm.   

CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship) 5-Day Club 

Shoreline Community Church will be hosting a CEF 5-Day Club on July 18th-22 from 1:00-3:00pm.   

I hope that you can join us for the many events that are taking place this summer at Shoreline Community Church.  Keep walking closely with Jesus and pressing on for Him! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“Then believed they His words 

and sang His praise. They soon 

forgot His works; they wanted

not His counsel, but lusted

exceedingly in the wilderness, and

tempted God in the desert.

   And He gave them their request –

but sent leanness into their soul”

(Psalm 106:12-15).

   Child of God, sometimes it 

doesn’t pay to get your way –

Selah, think about it.”

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“For this is the love of God, that we keep

His commandments, and His commandments

are not grievous.” (1 John 5:3).

The only time that God’s commandments 

are grievous – is when I want my will more

 than His will.

“Who Is The True Jew?”

This weekend Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message “Who Is The True Jew?” from Romans 2:17-29; please read through the attached Digging Deeper Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

We hope you can join us this Sunday at 8:30 or 11:00am; Sunday School is at 10:00am. All services are broadcast live on the Shoreline Community Church, North Bend facebook page and through our website at shorelinecc.us (sermons link). Hope to see you this Sunday!

“The Preacher” ~ Pastor DAve Rymer

What Radical believers See:

When everyone saw a giant – David saw a midget! (1 Samuel 17:43-47).

When everyone saw lions – Daniel saw kitty cats! (Daniel 6:16-33).

When everyone saw fire – three Jews saw Jesus! (Daniel 3:25).

When Elisha’s servant saw the enemy rising up – Elisha saw horses 

and chariots of fire round about them! (2 Kings 6:14-17).

When everyone saw the cross – Jesus saw the crown! (Acts 7:56).

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“Make thee an ark … the length of the ark shall be 

three hundred cubits, the breadth of it fifty cubits,

and the height of it thirty cubits” (Genesis 6:14-15).

The people of Noah’s day no doubt thought that

he was some kind of religious nut-cake. But he did.

He built an ark 450 ft. x 75ft. x 45ft. Yes, and he did

it with a handful of unskilled workers; they didn’t 

even have a blueprint to work off of.  The Lord God 

eventually sent a flood and destroyed all of the 

people. But  He does have a blueprint for living 

(the Bible). It is too bad that more people do not 

read it.

“The Preacher” – Dave Rymer

“Let no corrupt communication proceed out of

your mouth, but that which is good to the use

of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the

hearers” (Ephesians 4:29). In my view, profanity

is never appropriate, Not ever. It grieves

my spirit when I hear children curse and use

coarse language, and woman cursing like 

sailors. So too, I think that it is disgraceful when

Christians use worldly and uncalled for language. 

Concerning the language of the street, one man 

comments, “Cursing is the effort of a feeble

mind trying to express itself.” – what can I say?

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“And the children of Israel departed at that time,

every man of his tribe and to his family, and they

went out from there every man to his inheritance”

(Judges 21:24). Talk about scary: every man gett-

ing what belonged to him; hence, every man getting

what he richly deserved, even a glorious inheritance.

Now if you are a godly person you have nothing to

dread, for your inheritance is the Lord. But if you

are an ungodly and worldly person – guess what your

inheritance will be? (Luke 16:19-31).

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“And the children of Israel departed at that time,

every man of his tribe and to his family, and they

went out from there every man to his inheritance”

(Judges 21:24). Talk about scary: every man gett-

ing what belonged to him; hence, every man getting

what he richly deserved, even a glorious inheritance.

Now if you are a godly person you have nothing to

dread, for your inheritance is the Lord. But if you

are an ungodly and worldly person – guess what your

inheritance will be? (Luke 16:19-31).

The Preacher – Pastor Dave Rymer

“In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes” (Judges 21:25). Nothing much has changed since 

those words were uttered by the man of 

God, except to say that it gets worse as men’s 

hearts grow darker and more unholy. Since men

refuse to let the Lord God rule over them as the 

king of their lives, the only god they know is the

god of self. But he is not much of a bargain as far 

as bargains are concerned. Nor is his kingdom 

much of a reward. One day he will have to vac-

ate his little kingdom of self-centeredness and 

submit to a King who is more Wiser and Power-

ful than he could ever hope to be:even Jesus 

Christ the precious and lovely Son of God.

“The High Priestly Prayer Of Christ (Part II)”

Hello everyone, 

This weekend I plan to bring the message, “The High Priestly Prayer Of Christ (Part II)” from John 17:20-26; please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message. 

Ladies Night Out 

Our next “Ladies Night Out” is scheduled for 6:00pm Friday in the Passover Room.  Ladies are invited to come and enjoy an evening of fun and fellowship together.  The game of the evening will be Bunko. 

Men’s Breakfast 

The next “Men’s Breakfast” will be at 9:00am this Saturday morning in the Passover Room.  Men can expect a “man’s size breakfast” and a great discussion to follow. 

“Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” 

Our next “Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” is scheduled for 3:00pm this Sunday in the SCC Sanctuary.  If you would like to sing a song honoring Jesus, please call Tom Trammel at 541-521-9596. 

Women’s Breakfast 

Smile Massie will be hosting her next Women’s Breakfast 9:00am Saturday, June 11th.  The main point of discussion will be a session from the “Answers In Genesis” conference.  The topic this month will be “Don’t Undermine God’s Word” by Ken Ham. 

Special Request 

I’ve had a few people share that perfumes and colognes cause their asthma to flare up, at times this causes people not to be able to attend church.  Please be sensitive to the struggles of others just to breath. 

Mission 119:11 

We plan to resume our children’s mid-week ministry 6:30pm Wednesdays in September.  We still need many people to step forward and help.  Please let Jessie or me know if you can help. 

SCC Prayer Requests 

Mary Howes ~ Please be in prayer for Mary Howes as she prepares to go home to the Lord soon. 

Russ Torgerson ~ A young couple in our Church just had a premature baby girl; 25-weeks, 1lb 12oz.  She’s doing okay but we haven’t and won’t stop praying.  The parents are Seth and Sarah; the baby’s name is Brielle. 

We look forward to seeing you this weekend at 8:30 or 11:00am.  Hope to see you then! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“If we have forgotten the name of our God,

or stretched out our hands to a strange 

god…” (Psalm 44:20). Pardon me for laughing,

but not only has America and the rest of the 

world forgotten the name of the Lord God, 

but they have gone so far as to forget Him 

altogether. This psalm should have begun 

with “since,” not “If,  The psalmist wrote,

“Wherefore do you hide your face, and

forget our affliction and our supplication”

(Psalm 44:24). God never hides His face 

from anyone – WE HIDE OUR FACES FROM

HIM. 

Announcement From The Elders

Hello everyone, 

This weekend I plan to bring the message: “The High Priestly Prayer Of Christ (Part I)” from John 17:1-19.  Please read through the attached Digging Deeper Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.  Services are at 8:30 and 11:00am. 

Announcement From The Board of Elders 

The Board of Elders is proud to announce that Stefanie Ahlers has been given the new title: “Director of Worship Music and Women’s Ministries.”  Here is a little bio on Stef: Stefanie Ahlers was born in North Bend, to the Bigelow family back in ‘66. She, her parents, and 4 siblings (one is a twin) moved to Connecticut in 1979. There she graduated from New Milford High School, class of 1985. Upon graduation she went to Cincinnati Bible College & Seminary where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music. In 1992-93 Stef did her music ministry internship at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville Kentucky, one of the largest churches in the country. While in Louisville, she was able to be in a worship band, a Christian rock band, travel to England, Jamaica, Cuba, and Ethiopia on mission trips and perform at various churches and conventions throughout the country. In 1996, Stef took a music directorship at a church in Sweet Valley, Pennsylvania. There she helped develop the worship services and music ministry at a church of just under 300 congregants. In 1999, Stef moved back to Coos Bay, where she lived with and assisted her grandmother for 2 years. Kingsview Christian School hired her as a teacher where she taught for five years. She met her husband and got married in 2001, and they adopted their daughter, Katie, in 2005. Throughout the years Stef has been a homemaker, homeschool mom, recorded a CD, tutored children, been a home health care worker, and is now serving as the Director of Worship Music at Shoreline. She loves traveling, music, camping, reading, the outdoors, hanging out with her family and friends, and most of all JESUS!  Stefanie came on staff at Shoreline in 2021. Since that time, Stef has done an outstanding job leading our worship music, the elders are now proud to add to her duties Director of Women’s Ministries. 

Summer Worship Schedule 

We are tentatively looking at moving our worship service outdoors for the summer on the 2nd Sunday of July.  The weather continues to be unstable this year and I would like to do something special for the 4th of July; I will need to use the screens indoors to do this.  Once we are outside, weather permitting, the plan is to remain outside with only one service at 10:30am through September. 

Fred and Jeanette Kirk “Celebration Of Life” 

Fred and Jeanette’s “Celebration Of Life” is scheduled for noon on Memorial Day at the Bastendorff Beach Campground gazebo.  Please bring food to share with family members and friends. 

Upcoming Events 

6:00pm Friday, June 3rd ~ “Ladies Night Out – Game Night” @ Shoreline 

9:00am Saturday, June 4th ~ “Men’s Breakfast” @ Shoreline 

3:00pm Sunday, June 5th ~ “Gospel Jubilee – Open Mic” @ Shoreline 

Thank you 

Special thanks to Jon Asper who has worked several days this week cleaning up the gardening in front of the church office and getting us ready for our outdoor worship in the coming months. 

Twins 

Our niece and great-niece would like to thank everyone who stepped up to help them find Enfamil Gentlease Infant Formula 0-12 months baby formula for Taylor’s 5 ½ week old twins.  It is a scary time for young mothers, especially when you have twins and cannot produce enough milk to feed them. 

SCC Prayer Requests 

Felix ~ Ron Williams has asked us to put a workmate of his on our prayer chain. Felix will be having brain surgery this week for an aneurysm following a stroke. He is not yet a believer. 

Thank you for being a loving and sharing church.  May God bless you with an awesome week as you walk closely with Him! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“You prepare for me a table in the presence 

of my enemies…” (Psalm 23:5). The Lord

God will not share His table with us if we 

persist in feasting on the devil’s goodies, 

and marching in his parade of stubborn-

ness and rebellion. We need to fight him,

not join his ranks. It is one thing to have 

just one enemy, but many enemies; now

that makes you a pretty bad dude. Either 

that, or you are a troublemaker that needs 

to be controlled. If it is your tongue that 

gets you into trouble, it might be a good 

idea to cut it off (Matthew 5:29-30) be-

for the Lord God is forced to help you

to curb your unruly tongue.

“News For You”

Hi everyone, 

This weekend I plan to bring the message, “Are You Completely Sold Out To God?” from Genesis 22:1-19.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes below before Sunday to get the most out of the message.  This weekend SCC Missionaries Josip and Anna from Croatia will be sharing with us at the end of each service. Josip and Anna will also be guest speakers in Joe Walker’s Sunday School class at 10:00am. 

Sunday Morning Prayer Time 

Please join us for prayer Sunday mornings at 7:30am in Room 101, it is a powerful time together. 

Pray Oregon Coast 

Our next Pray Oregon Coast is scheduled for 6:00pm Friday, May 20th (tomorrow) at Shoreline Community Church.  Since Shoreline is hosting the community event this month, we are hoping to have a good representation from our church family.  Please join us for this special time of community prayer and worship! 

Women’s Breakfast 

A women’s breakfast is scheduled for this 9:00am this Saturday in the Passover Room, ladies, we hope you can join us.  For more information, call Smile Massie at 541-267-6545. 

PPC Baby Bottle Fundraiser 

We will be collecting the baby bottles this weekend for the Pacific Pregnancy Clinic.  If you took home a baby bottle with you, please return it this weekend.  Thanks! 

Liberal Companies Take A Stand For Abortion 

The following information comes from a fortune.com article by Andrew Marquardt dated May 16, 2022.  

“Some of the country’s biggest corporations have now said that they will cover the costs of employees who need to travel to get an abortion. On Monday, Starbucks Corp. became the latest company to pledge to pay for employees who need to travel more than 100 miles to get an abortion, joining others like Amazon, Microsoft and Apple.” 

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” ~ Matthew 19:14

Work In Sanctuary 

Work continues in the front of the Sanctuary as we hang our new ship lap.  We have a few more things to do, but are excited to see how the project turns out when it is completed.  Special thanks to Susan Godines and Denise Dunithan for all of the staining they did. 

We are looking forward to having you join us for the many activities this weekend.  Have a blessed week in the Lord! 

In Christian Love, 

Michael J. Barnard
541-808-0902 (Church)
541-297-1571 (Cell)
www.shorelinecc.us
Teaching God’s Word, loving the people!

“The Preacher” – Pastor David Rymer

“Through You we will push down our enemies:

through Your name will we tread them under 

that rise up against us” (Psalm 44:5). Some 

folks like to boast how powerful they are; 

however, when Satan gets in their face they 

generally run from him in fear. As for pushing 

down the enemy and treading him under foot, 

it is mostly window dressing and a false confession.

 We are to put on the full armor of God

(Ephesians 6:13-18) not trip over it running from

Satan and our fears. We are to overcome Satan-

not be overcome by him.

“The Preacher” – Pastor David Rymer

“The plowers plowed up my back: they 

made long their furrows” (Psalm 129:3).    

These words apply to the suffering of 

our Lord Jesus on the cross, but they

apply equally as well to anyone who 

dares to live for Jesus.  One man

recently commented, “I used to be an 

angel until the backbiters bit off both 

of my wings.” But that is nothing strange 

or new if you love and serve Jesus – so 

don’t be surprised when it happens to you; 

even to those who are willing to suffer for

His cause (James 1:2-3,12).

“The Preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“Surely I have stilled and quieted myself, as a child that is weaned of his mother: my 

soul is even as a weaned child.” (Psalm 31:2). It is wonderful to relax in the presence 

of the Lord and quiet yourself before Him. If the children of the living God ever got to the place where they were quiet and satisfied, He would probably give out a great sigh of relief. But seeing we are a long way from that day, all He can do is sigh and wait for that glorious day to arrive. Come Lord Jesus, come.

The Preacher – Pastor Dave Rymer

“I beheld the transgressors and was grieved: because they kept not your

word” (Psalm 119:158). Such is the cry of intercessors; those who are

grieved over the sins of others, as well as their own. Conversely, it

might be well for all of us to take our eyes off of people and

concentrate on staying close to the Lord God, for if we are not careful,

He will behold us and be grieved at what He sees in our lives –

think about it!

“Your Sorrow Will Turn To Joy”

This weekend Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message, “Your Sorrow Will Turn To Joy” from John 16:16-33; communion will follow.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible Study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

We hope to see you this Sunday at 8:30 or 11:00am; Sunday School begins at 10:00am.

Services are broadcast live through our website @ shorelinecc.us (Sermons link) or on the Shoreline Community Church, North Bend facebook page. Services are also broadcast on Rumble and 10:00am Sunday mornings on 98.7 FM K-Light Radio in Coos Bay. We hope you can join us this Sunday at Shoreline!

The Preacher – David Rymer

“Behold, the nations are as a drop in a bucket,

and are counted as small dust of a balance:

behold, He takes up the isles as a very little 

thing” (Isaiah 40:15). The question is this: How 

big is God? Just as important, how big will you

let Him be in your heart, in your faith, in your 

thinking – and, especially, in your life?

Just a Thought: Jesus sets us free –

crucifixion keeps us Free.

                   

“The Promised Holy Spirit”

This weekend Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message, “The Promised Holy Spirit” from John 16:1-15. Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes to get the most out of this week’s teaching.

Services are at 8:30 and 11:00am; Sunday School begins at 10:00am. We hope that you can join us in person, but if not, services will be broadcast live through our website (shorelinecc.us – Sermons link) and through the Shoreline Community Church, North Bend facebook page. May God bless you with an awesome week as you walk closely with Him!

“The Preacher” – Pastor David Rymer

When Elvis Presley was popular in the mid-fifties,

girls would swoon at the mention of his name. But 

Jesus’ name is much more popular than any human 

name, because people don’t faint at the name of 

Jesus – they “walk and leap, and praise God. How 

about you? (Acts 3:8). So too, God’s word says,

“For every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue 

shall confess to God. So then every one of us shall 

give account of himself to God” (Romans 14:11-12).  

Are you ready for that great and fearful day?

                     We know nothing of love

                     until we meet Jesus!

                         

Good Friday And Resurrection Day Celebrations

Friday, April 15 ~ “Good Friday Service” (6:30pm) ~ Pastor Dave Rymer will be bringing the message, “Jesus, Man Of Sorrows” from Luke 23:13-46 at the church on Friday evening; communion will follow the message.

Sunday, April 17 ~ “Resurrection Day Celebrations” ~ This Sunday Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message “He Is Not Here, He Is Risen!” from Luke 24:5-6.  You can expect some outstanding music and touching videos during this service, we hope you will invite family and friends to attend with you.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

All of our services are broadcast live through our website at shorelinecc.us (Sermons link) and on the Shoreline Community Church facebook page.  Hope to see you this Sunday!

“the preacher” – Pastor Dave Rymer

“At midnight I will rise up to give thanks unto thee 

because of thy righteous judgments (Psalm 119:62).

Most people do not rise up at midnight to give thanks                                                       

to the Lord God, but they wake up at the crack of

dawn to rebel against Him and see how many sins

they can commit before they get caught. Anyone 

who rises up at midnight to give thanks to the Lord

is an extraordinary person; anyone who praises 

Him at 7:00a.m. has a great day in store for them.

Anyone who praises the Lord God all day long

is almost unheard of. If you’re telling yourself, you

don’t deserve a second chance with God – remind

yourself that you didn’t deserve the first one either.

“The New Testament Church”

This weekend Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message, “The New Testament Church” from 1 Corinthians 14:26-40. Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

Services are at 8:30 and 11:00am; Sunday School is at 10:00am with three adult electives. Services are also broadcast live through our website (www.shorelinecc.us – Sermons link) and on the Shoreline Community Church facebook page. Hope you can join us this Sunday!

The Preacher

If you change your thinking, God will change your life.  You can’t go 

around thinking thoughts of defeat and failure and expect God to fill 

you with joy, power, and victory. You can’t go around thinking 

thoughts of poverty and lack and expect God to fill you with 

abundance. You can’t live a life of victory if you have a victim’s mentality.  

If you are happy – tell your face about it.

                Pastor David Rymer

The Preacher

“If you abide in me and my word abides in you, 

you shall ask what you will, and it shall be done 

unto you” (John 15:7).  Now we know why some

folks get what they want from God, while others 

don’t. To abide in Christ takes more than a visit 

once in a blue moon. He is interested in real 

fellowship. He wants no part of a quick “Hi, how 

are you – see you later when I  have more time.” 

To abide in Christ involves long visits. Some folks 

enjoy short visits, some are interested in knowing 

Him intimately, and some take long vacations 

from Him – which one are you?

                         The Preacher

“Love And The Spiritual Gifts”

This weekend Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message “Love And The Spiritual Gifts” from 1 Corinthians 13:1-13; communion will follow the message. We have been learning that the work of the Holy Spirit is critical in the life of every believer and the proper use of our spiritual gifts is essential to the health of the local church. Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to prepare your hearts for the message.

We hope you can join us at 8:30 or 11:00am on Sunday; don’t forget that it is Daylight Savings time this weekend and we have to spring forward an hour. Services will also be broadcast live through our website (Sermons link), on the Shoreline facebook page, and later in the day on Rumble. Hope to see you this Sunday!

Something to think about

 “See then that you walk carefully, not as fools, but

as wise, redeeming the time, for  the days are evil.  ,

Wherefore be not unwise, but understanding what

the will of the Lord is” (Ephesians 5:5-7).

Evidently some Christians who do not know what

the will of the Lord is are unwise. Not only are they

unwise, but they live a dangerous life relative to the

lies, tricks, and traps of Satan who can take them

captive anytime he wants to (2 Timothy 2:26).

If you want to know the will of God is, begin with

Matthew 1:1 and go on from there. ~ Pastor Dave Rymer

“God’s Design For the Local Church”

This weekend as we continue our series on the Holy Spirit, Pastor Mike Barnard to bring the message “God’s Design For The Local Church” from 1 Corinthians 12:12-31.  Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message.

Services are at 8:30 and 11:00am Sundays; Sunday School is at 10:00am. We hope you can join us either in person, or live on the internet through our website at http://www.shorelinecc.us (Sermon’s link) or on facebook live. Our services will also be on Rumble and tape delayed on Spectrum TV channel 192.

“Finding And Using your Spiritual Gifts”

This weekend as we continue our series on the ministry of the Holy Spirit, Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message, “Finding And Using Your Spiritual Gifts” from 1 Corinthians 12:1-11. Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes before Sunday to get the most out of the message. Missionaries Tom and Karen Owen will also be here from Tensed, Idaho.

Services are at 8:30 and 11:00am; three adult electives are offered during the Sunday School hour at 10:00am. If you are unable to join us in person, services are also broadcast live on YouTube and facebook live through our website at http://www.shorelinecc.us (Sermons-link).

“An Offense To The World”

This weekend Pastor Mike Barnard plans to bring the message “An Offense To The World” from John 15:18-27. As we come to Sunday’s text, Jesus begins warning His disciples about the coming persecution and how they would become an offense to the world because of Him. Please read through the attached “Digging Deeper” Bible study notes to get the most out of the message.

We hope you can join us this Sunday at 8:30 or 11:00am, services will be broadcast live through the shoreline website (shorelinecc.us – Sermons link) and on the Shoreline Community Church, North Bend facebook page if you are unable to attend in person. See you Sunday!

something to think about with pastor dave rymer

The Preacher

Everyone is struggling with something: some struggle with sin, some struggle with following after God, some struggle with others, some struggle to be faithful to God, some struggle to keep faithful to their wedding vows, and some struggle with a guilty conscience; the list goes on and on.  If you are saying, “What is happening to me,” (Genesis 25:22: ERV,) you can always go to the Lord God for answers.  He will point you to His Son, Jesus’ struggle on the cross – for at the cross the struggle ends and peace begins.”