Posted by: goldengatefellowship | October 24, 2011

GGF News 10/19/2011

Have you ever considered the idea that God has feelings too?
We never really think about this much do we? God is distant, transcendent, and all powerful.  It’s easy to think that God doesn’t get his feeling hurt- or know the pain of rejection.  And yet, if Jesus is the revelation of God- then God does have feelings- and He does feel the awful pain of rejection.  Let’s talk about this more on Sunday.  Check out Acts 7.30-43, and join us Sunday.
If you would like to discuss any of these thoughts further- I would love to get together with you. Don Creasman- 519-5556

Welcome little Ella Rose Wallen! We celebrate with Tim and Jen-  Ella Rose was born last week at  6lbs 6oz.  If you would like to take a meal over to the Wallens- contact Kelly Newhouse who is doing the food coordination.

Nov. 6th  Pastor Chung’s Story.  GGF desires to be a place where friends can share their life’s journey.  Join us as we hear of Pastor Chung’s escape from North Korea as a young child.

GGF  Sermon Podcast!  If you were out of town- or would just like to hear last week’s sermon over- this is for you! Check out this Link and let us know what you think.

Book Club-   October 24th.   The Good Thief, by Hannah Tinti.   Why not read a great book and get together with great people.  For more info- contact Kathleen Talbot at   

Small Groups-  We would like everyone at GGF to belong to a Small Group. There are several opportunities, and different kinds of Small Groups available.  Please contact me and we’ll find the right Small Group for you!  Don  519-5556

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