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Confrontations/Conflicts
If a situation breaks out on the property remain in an attitude of prayer, notify one of the leadership and stay open to the leading of the Holy Spirit. God will take what was meant for evil and use it for good.

Bible Study
After the serving of the food is finished and our worship service has begun we move into an evangelistic Bible study. We ask all servants to join the congregation during the teaching of God's word. No cleaning or other distracting activities should be going on during the message. Out of respect for the teaching of God's Word do not engage in any conversations with individuals during the message. Instruct them to listen to the message and let them know that you will be glad to talk to them after the service. There will be no serving of food during the bible study.

Tear Down
Break down and storage of the equipment is the most labor intensive part of the outreach. We completely disassemble the sanctuary. All tables and floor mats are cleaned and put away. All containers and utensils are washed and stored. Trash barrels are emptied. With your help, about 10-15 people, this takes about one hour.

What To Bring With You To The Outreach
A humble heart of service, compassion for the needy, an attitude of forgiveness towards the shortcomings of others, a spirit of teamwork and helpfulness, and a willingness to pray with those who are in need. Also, a willingness to share your testimony and witness the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with those that need to hear. We know you will be blessed as you serve and we look forward to seeing you!

We know you will be blessed and we look forward to seeing you!

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