Update: March 6, 2022

‘Then Noah and his family left the ark and he built an altar to the Lord.  

He took clean animals and birds and offered burnt offerings to the Lord.  

The Lord smelled the pleasing aroma, and said in his heart,  

“I will never again curse the ground because of man even though the intention of man’s heart is evil from his youth. Neither will I ever again strike down  every living creature as I have done. While the earth remains, seed time and harvest,  cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, shall not cease. I have established  my covenant with you and every living creature for all future generations:  

I have set my rainbow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. I will remember my everlasting covenant between me and you and every living creature.”’

Excerpts from Genesis 8 and 9 

Today’s speaker: Larry Cleek

Please pray for:

Bob and Pam Rozzoni as they travel to Italy (March 16th to the 31st) to minister to and encourage the  churches in the Veneto area (the area of Venice and north through the Alps to the Austrian border). These  churches have been in the good fight… 

Kathleen Harmon continues to battle complications from her surgery. Pray for God’s grace and joy to  surround her and encourage her in this long haul and for total healing. 

IPC clients who come in with heartbreaking stories: drug addiction, separation, no support system to name a  few. Pray for God’s love to break through these situations and for the staff ministering to these clients.

Praise Report from Barb Murphy: Her brother, Gordon, who recently had brain surgery in Rochester can now  receive radiation and chemo treatments locally at CMC. Continue to pray for his salvation and total healing. 

Prayer for Ukraine: 

Father, we come to you in humility and boldness. You said we could come to your throne of grace and ask for  mercy. We are asking you for mercy to be given to the people of Ukraine. We ask for you to use the evil that is  taking place, and bring any possible good from it, just as you did with the prodigal in Scripture. (Prayer from IFA  March 4th)  

Please return your baby bottle as soon as you can. 

Please join us for prayer at 9am on Sunday mornings in the Prayer Tower. 

Update: February 27, 2022

I will sing to the Lord for he has triumphed gloriously; 

He has hurled the horse and rider into the sea. 

The Lord is my strength and my song; He has given me victory. 

This is my God, and I will praise him—my Father’s God and I will exalt him. 

Your right hand, O Lord, is glorious in power. 

Your right hand, O Lord, smashes the enemy. 

In the greatness of your majesty, you overthrow those who rise against you. 

Who is like you among the gods, O Lord— 

Glorious in holiness, Awesome in splendor,  

Performing great wonders? 

With your unfailing love you lead the people you have redeemed. 

In your might, you guide them to your sacred home. 

Selections from Exodus 15 

Today’s speaker: Larry Cleek

Please pray for:

Kathleen Harmon is battling complications since her surgery. Pray against any more infections and for her  legs to start working again. This is now the fifth week that she is in the hospital/rehab center. ∙ Polly is improving slowly; still experiencing painful spasms in her back and legs but the intensity is less.  Continue to pray for total and complete healing. 

Conflict to be resolved between Russia and Ukraine.  

Christians in prison. Pray for God’s protection over them, for their health and nutrition, and that they will  have opportunities to witness for Christ to guards and fellow prisoners. 

Remember to sign up for an Immerse Book Club if you haven’t already. 

If you can help with the Afghan resettlement program, please contact Johnor Betsy Lampman. 

The CLC Thursday Night Prayer Meeting is being moved to Fridays starting March 4th at 7pm.

Weekend Backpack Program February – 4oz. fruit cups

Immerse Book Club

We’re excited to launch our Immerse Book Club at CLC Church, starting the week of October 17, 2021.

“Using a Bible designed for reading at length, readers are invited to get lost in the stories, poetry, letters, and other literature that make up that grand narrative of the Scriptures. A simplified “book club” discussion model encourages groups to read large portions of the Bible and simply talk about what they read.”

“It’s not a Bible study. It’s ultimately an invitation to a vibrant, transformative relationship with God and with each other through his Word.” (from Institute for Bible Reading)

Let us Immerse ourselves in God’s Word anew!