Advent Christian Church

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Advent Christian Church
Advent Christian Church is listed in the Churches category in Bangor, Maine. Displayed below is the only current social network for Advent Christian Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Advent Christian Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 36.

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2141 Broadway
Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 942-4327

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As we wind down our Christosynthesis sermon series on the book of Ephesians, Clayton considers Paul's ending. From "Last Words," a quote from a long forgotten source: "Do you ever feel like a frog? Frogs feel slow, low, ugly, puffy, droopy, pooped. I know because one told me. The frog feelings come when you want to feel bright but feel dumb. When you want to share but you're selfish. When you want to be thankful, but you feel resentful. When you want to be great, but you're small. When you want to care, but you're indifferent. Ever have these feelings? They're called frog feelings. At one time or another, we've all found ourselves on a lily pad floating down the great river of life, but too frogfish to budge. Once upon a time there was a frog, only he wasn't really a frog. He was a prince who looked and felt like a frog. A wicked witch, you see, had cast a spell on him. Only the kiss of a beautiful maiden could save him... but since when do beautiful chicks kiss frogs. So there he sat... unkissed. An unkissed prince in frog form. But miracles happen. One day a beautiful maiden gathered him up and gave him a great big smack. CRASH! BOOM! ZAP! There he was a handsome prince, and you know the rest of the story — they lived happily ever after. God found us repulsive and insignificant like a frog. Yet he saw the prince or princess in us and he kissed us by grace. " "Dear friends, now are we children of God and what we shall be has not been made know. But we know that when He appears we shall be like him..." (1 John 3.2) Hard to find better last words than that.

From tomorrow's sermon titled "Teach us to pray" from Ephesians 6.18-20: Chris Hodge writes, "No soldier entering battle prays for himself (or herself) alone, but for all fellow soldiers also. They form one army and the success of one is the success of all." If we dare be honest, it is easier to pray for people we don't know than people we deal with on a regular basis for we want them to think like we think, agree with our suggestions and ideas and behave like we think they ought.

Jim and Pam have made it safely to FL after two long days of traveling. Nathan will be flying in tomorrow for Jim's dad's funeral on Monday.

"To deliver the world , it only took one man, clothed like a homeless servant, who listened to his father and said, 'Your way not mine.'" (Paul Pastor in The Listening Day)

Jim Bryant's dad, Cushman Bryant, died this morning. The funeral will be on Monday. Please pray for Jim, Pam and Nathan. Jim and Pam will be leaving early Friday morning and driving down due to pending hurricane activity.