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The March + April 2020 edition of the Heights Herald.


Happy New Year!

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Thus begins another decade in the life of Haddon Heights Baptist Church. In February, we'll be celebrating the 124th year in the life of our church, and we are so thankful for all the ways that God has blessed us. It's an exciting time in the life of our church, so let us look to the Lord in all things for His wisdom and guidance. With the new year, we are pleased to anno...

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Pastor's Pen - Jan. + Feb. 2020

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Dear Church Family, Have you had a wonderful Christmas? I trust you have enjoyed the season celebrating the Lord along with friends and family. Thank you for your 'staff offering' gift. We really appreciate your generosity. I can't believe how many cards and letters I received. Thank you for your love, support, prayers and friendship. We are grateful for what the Lord has...

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Youth Group Update

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It's hard to believe that we're almost halfway through the school year! This year has been an exciting one in many ways for our youth group. We continue to meet on Wednesday nights for a time of games, worship, and Bible study. We've been studying the book of Ephesians, focusing on the phrase "All of Christ for All of Life". It's been great to see how Ephesians presents th...

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Building Without God

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The story of the Tower of Babel is one that is familiar to many of us, and serves as great reminder of the foolishness of human ambition. Although mankind tries its best to defy God, His purposes are always fulfilled. As you read the story in Genesis 11, the following thoughts may be helpful to your own study. In the years following the Flood, a group of people descended ...

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Making Disciples

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One of the greatest issues we face is a declining Christian, biblical worldview in our society. There is no doubt that as a nation we are increasingly secular in our thinking and behavior all due to our beliefs becoming more and more 'of this world'. Look up any recent survey by Barna or the recent Pew report to verify this. What is the solution? How do we turn this tide o...

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122 Years of God's Faithfulness

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This year marks 122 years of God's faithfulness to the congregation here at Heights. Our fellowship began on Sunday November 22, 1896 when a group of 39 individuals met together to form a Sunday school. After about a year of Sunday afternoon Bible school meetings, this group of believers grew interested in building a local house of worship. Ground was broken, a cornerstone...

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"O God Our Help in Ages Past"

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One of the legacies of the Church throughout history is the great number of songs which have been loved and sung by Christians for hundreds of years in praise to our great God. In this series, we'll be looking at the origins and message of some of the songs we sing in our church. With the start a new year,the hymn "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" by Isaac Watts (1674-1748) i...

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Monthly Snapshot - Jan. + Feb. 2020

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Here are some upcoming events to keep track of! JANUARY 09 Granny Club at 7PM 11 Men's Breakfast at 9AM 12 Ministry Teams Meeting 24 Teen Board Game Cafe 25 Crossroads Soup Tasting 26 Care Zone Night at Church FEBRUARY 02 Anniversary Sunday Lunch 06 Granny Club at 7PM 08 Men's Breakfast at 9AM 22 Crossroads Event 28 Jr High Event 29 High School...

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Pastor's Pen - Mar. + Apr. 2020

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Dear Church Family,Spring is right around the corner! Grass is popping up all over the place, daylight savings is upon us, and Easter is right around the corner. Wow, what a season this is as we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ! This is really one of the greatest times of the year to share Christ with people. So many celebrate Easter out of a religious d...

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Jesus Saves!

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When is the last time someone came up to you and asked you why you believe what you believe? Or, perhaps they didn't ask that specific question, but they indicated to you that they saw something in you that caused them to be curious? In our day and age there are many who have no hope or purpose. When unbelievers see Christians walking by faith, loving one another, serving ...

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