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Bits and Bytes

Posted by Rick on February 19, 2008

Here are some “sound bites” from yesterday’s sermon by guest speaker, Rev. Jose Fernandez, “What Boat are you In?” based on Mark 5:35-41:

  • Jesus selected a boat that was able/available to carry Him to the other side of the sea. 
  • A large storm came along.  The disciples were afraid.  Jesus calmed the sea.
  • Jesus can calm the storms that rage in your life, if you are in His boat.
  • Some try to make it across the sea of life as the captain of their own boat. 
  • When we let Jesus take control of our life, He can see us through.

Rev. Jose & Juliet Fernandez


We were blessed to have Jose & Juliet Fernandez in both services on Sunday.  Jose serves at the President of the Mindanao Baptist Annual Pastors Conference in the Philippines and he and his family minister in different churches each week.  Juliet gave a wonderful mini-concert in the evening service, singing in English and her native Philippine dialect.  Bro Jose spoke about what God is doing in the Philippines and challenged us to be open to what God has for us to do.  We closed the service with corporate prayer for the Fernandez’s.  Jose & Juliet are in the US for about 2 months.


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