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Timothy Team

The ministry of Timothy Team derives its name from Timothy, the 2nd generation Christian mentioned in the Bible who was discipled as a young man by the apostle Paul.

Timothy Team is an engaging and high-energy service for children ages pre-k through 6th grade which meets Wednesday nights at 6:15pm during the school year.  Every Wednesday you can expect kids to memorize scripture, participate in worship and be taught directly from the Bible.

Manny Teaching

Manny Anchondo became the minister of Families With Children in November of 2013.  He is passionate about teaching rich theological truths in clear and fun ways.  He has an undergraduate degree from Central Bible College and a Master’s degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

 

 

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PASTOR'S NOTE:
I Can Only Imagine and the story of Bart Millard reminds us that “Bart’s redemption occurred on several levels, over multiple years. He was reconciled to his father—who himself had experienced a transformation. He finally wrote from his heart—and the product was able to connect with others in a profound way. The failure he had previously experienced among producers was replaced by support from his heroes, Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith. And he reconciled with his longtime girlfriend,” (I Can Only Imagine Journal, 130).

Redemption comes in many forms and often is like a beautiful tapestry being woven with disconnected colors that at first glance might seem like a mess, but God sees our redemption and the end product as a masterpiece in progress. Part of that process of redemption is in shaping and reforming us into the identity God intended for each of us.

Join us this Sunday in Worship at First United Methodist Church of Siloam Springs at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or our 11:10 Traditional Service as we continue our series I Can Only Imagine and we “Imagine Redemption.”

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PASTOR'S NOTE:
Bart Millard grew up in an abusive home. After his mother left the mental abuse he had suffered as a child evolved into physical abuse. The movie I Can Only Imagine presents several themes, but among the most powerful is that of forgiveness. Through prayer, recognition of repentance in his father, and by letting go of the past hurt brought on by his father Bart Millard is able to forgive and the process of restoration to begin.

Forgiveness is a topic we often talk about, but struggle living out. Jesus knew that forgiveness was not easy. When he shares the Parable of the Prodigal Son one can see that forgiveness has many layers to it, both for the person being forgiving and the person or persons engaged in forgiveness.

Join us this Sunday in Worship at First United Methodist Church of Siloam Springs at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or our 11:10 Traditional Service as we continue to look at the powerful story of I Can Only Imagine and we “Imagine Forgiveness.”

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I Can Only Imagine in just three weeks has already become one of the highest grossing faith based movies of all time possessing the #3 or #4 spot three weeks in a row. The movie has been so successful because it shares struggles that so many of us can relate to. I Can Only Imagine shares a story of forgiveness, redemption, and transformation.

Bart Millard spent much of his childhood with anything but a loving father. What began as emotional abuse later turned to physical abuse. Bart, a creative person at heart, was constantly told not to dream but to face reality. The inspiration for the song whose title the movie borrows from shares how imagination literally and figuratively got him through some of the darkest moments of his life.

Over the next few weeks we are going to explore some of the themes of this movie and discover how we might apply them to our own lives.

Please join us this Sunday at First United Methodist Church of Siloam Springs at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or our 11:10 Traditional Service as we begin to Imagine.

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