North Platte Berean Church
The Greatest Commandment(s)
Do you ever feel like your spiritual life is wilting? Like you're just going through the motions, without any real passion or devotion? Jesus says we can experience Him personally, regularly, and powerfully. But how? In this sermon series, we'll discover the vital connection between following Jesus - letting Him live His life through us wherever we live, work, and play - and Experiencing Jesus.
Locations & Times
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  • North Platte Berean Church
    202 W 8th St, North Platte, NE 69101, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM, Sunday 6:00 PM

Welcome!

We'd love to connect with you, pray for you, and answer your questions – please fill out a ConnectCard at npberean.org/cc (or use paper copy from the seat pocket in front of you).

http://npberean.org/cc
New Here?
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Large gatherings: Sundays 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 6 p.m.
ConnectCard: Bring to information center in foyer for free cookies!
Coffee & Connections: Make a new connection and catch up with friends. (Between morning gatherings, in foyer.)
Sound levels: Assisted listening devices and earplugs available at sound booth in back of auditorium.
Find out more: Visit information center in foyer, go to npberean.org, email npberean@npberean.org, or call 308-532-7448.
For New Families
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Mother's Room: A private room where you can care for your baby and still listen in on the gathering – north of auditorium (follow signs).
Kids Connect (infant-5th grade): Check-in upstairs from foyer. Kids also welcome in large gatherings; activity bags available in back of auditorium.
Sola (6th-12th grade): Main gatherings Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Garage Café (across Vine St.). Middle school also meets Sundays at 11 a.m. upstairs.
Giving at NPBC
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On Sunday: place cash or checks in wooden boxes at back of auditorium
Online: npberean.org/give
Text: text any amount to 84321
Mail: 202 W. 8th St., North Platte, NE 69101

Coming Up

See the weekly announcements on our web site, Facebook, or Twitter:

http://npberean.org/announcements/

Talk About It

For questions to reflect on the sermon and discuss with your Grow Group, visit:

http://npberean.org/group-resources/
By God’s grace and power, by 2022, we will see 2000 people baptized and growing in their relationship with Jesus Christ through connection to the Word, prayer, and community.
How do neighbors act?

- See them
- Have compassion on them
- Go to them
- Address their wounds with personal resources
- Get them to a safe spot
- Enlist the help of others to care for them as well
The NOTs of Inviting People

1) I do not go to church
2) I’m not from around here
3) I’m not doing ok right now
Who do we identify with?

The stripped, beaten up, half-dead Jew
The Priest & Levite
The Good Samaritan
How did Jesus act?

- Saw us (Rom 5:6-8, 10)
- Had compassion on us (Matt 9:36)
- Came to us (Lk 19:10)
- Addressed our wounds with His personal resources (Isaiah 53:5)
- Moved us to a safe spot (Col 1:13-14)
- Enlist the help of others to care for them as well (John 14:15-16)