Pendleton Street Baptist Church
A Compelling Congregation Serves One Another
We warmly welcome each worshiper here today, members and guests. It is our prayer that you experience God’s love while you are here today. If you have come as a guest, we hope you’ll leave as a friend who’s been blessed. And we hope you’ll join us again!
Locations & Times
  • West End Baptist Church at the Hilton Greenville
    45 W Orchard Park Dr, Greenville, SC 29615, USA
    Sunday 10:30 AM
Events and Activities
Sunday, September 25
9:00 am Christian Life Academy & Children’s Sunday School
10:00 am Coffee Fellowship
10:30 am Worship Service (Piedmont)
5:30 pm Pearce Home Group
Monday, September 26
7:00 pm Ladies Bible Study (Atlanta Bread, Cherrydale)
Tuesday, September 27
6:00 pm GPS Children’s Program (1 Ray St.)
Wednesday, September 28
2:00 pm Swansgate Bible Study (Swansgate Clubhouse)
6:30 pm Price Home Group
Sunday, October 2
9:00 am Christian Life Academy & Children’s Sunday School
10:00 am Coffee Fellowship
10:30 am Worship Service (Piedmont)
5:30 pm Pearce Home Group
GPS Children's Program Every Tuesday!
PSBC hosts GPS Children’s Program on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m., at 1 Ray St. (Reconcile Church’s Ray St. Campus). Through teaching, music, and games, the kids age 3 and up learn about the Gospel, God, the Bible, and having good relationships with Jesus Christ and with others. We all need some direction in our lives today - especially our children. To volunteer, see Mark Foster.
Your Divine Design
Every believer was created to play a strategic role in the body of Christ, with the gifts God has given them. But many of today’s Christians face a difficult question: How do I discover my spiritual gifts and then use them effectively in my church? In Chip Ingram’s series, Your Divine Design, he unpacks key passages from Romans, Ephesians, and 1 Corinthians to explore the role of spiritual gifts in the believer’s life, while helping you to pinpoint your own. In this class, you’ll learn how to discover, develop, and deploy your spiritual gifts so you can live a life of greater impact. Led by Tim and Beth Mills.
Ladies Bible Study
Ladies Bible Study (First 5: Numbers) will meet Monday, 9/26 at 7:00 p.m. at the Atlanta Bread Co. (Cherrydale) or 6:00 if you’d like something to eat before discussion time.
1. God has ____________________________ to serve “for the common good.”
2. I am _____________________________ to a healthy church.
3. I have been _____________________________________ to serve.

Giving Online or Text to Give

Text to Give: Text Amount to 843212. Tap on the link that is sent and select Pendleton Street Baptist Church. Add your email, then enter payment amount. Give online - click the link below then select the fund & amount to donate. Enter your email address, then enter your banking information.Thank you for your generosity and support! 2 Corinthians 9:7-8
Home Group/Study Questions
These questions are provided for your further study and application of today’s sermon. Thoughtfully writing out the answers to these questions will help to drive home the truths we are learning.

1. Was there any passage of scripture or statement in the message today that was particularly meaningful or applicable to you?
2. Why does the word “service” or “servant” have such a negative connotation in our culture? What is the biblical view of a servant or slave (doulos) in the context of Christianity?
3. Read John 15:14-15. “You are My friends if you do what I command you.” Does that strike you as an odd thing to say? The statement makes sense when you understand that it is based on a pre-existing relationship – that of master and servant/slave. In this case, the friend is a servant who knows His master’s work, mission, and purpose. Do you agree with the following: “Friendship with Jesus is based upon first acknowledging Him as Lord/master, and myself as His servant/slave.”
4. Read 1 Corinthians 12:18. How does the fact that you are divinely appointed to a local body, and to a role in that local body, impact your thinking about the ministries you are, or should be, involved in?
5. Read 1 Peter 4:10-11. In this text Peter makes it clear that we have been given gifts from God for two purposes. What are they?
6. What two or three God-given strengths do you and those around you recognize that you possess? How do you think God can and will use these to benefit the local church in the next twelve months?

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