THE FULL ARMOR OF GOD ADULT CLASS 

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS -6:30PM (STARTING APRIL 16TH)

THIS CLASS IS currently FULL 

Adult Class

THIS FOUR-WEEK ADULT CLASS IS HELD ON  WEDNESDAY NIGHTS STARTING APRIL 16TH  AT 6:30PM IN ROOM 303. SHIRLEY SOUDER WILL BE THE TEACHER. 

 

STAND FIRM AGAINST THE DEVIL'S SCHEMES

Whether you are aware of it or not, every Christian is locked in a struggle with the spiritual forces of this dark world. If our defenses are weak--or nonexistent--these enemies can, and will, slowly, subtly, lead you away from a life of righteousness. In this tactical guide, bestselling author and trusted theologian Larry Richards offers an ironclad defense plan straight from the Bible. Using Paul's letter to the Ephesians as his infallible guide, Richards reveals how God provides protection from every attack of the enemy--and how you can put on the full armor of God today and every day. Including practical, hands-on exercises, this is the essential biblical approach to standing your ground against the enemy's ploys.

 

SIGN UP FOR THIS CLASS HERE

(This class is currently full)


THE FULL ARMOR OF GOD ADULT CLASS 

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS -6:30PM (STARTING APRIL 16TH)

THIS CLASS IS currently FULL 

Adult Class

THIS FOUR-WEEK ADULT CLASS IS HELD ON  WEDNESDAY NIGHTS STARTING APRIL 16TH  AT 6:30PM IN ROOM 303. SHIRLEY SOUDER WILL BE THE TEACHER. 

 

STAND FIRM AGAINST THE DEVIL'S SCHEMES

Whether you are aware of it or not, every Christian is locked in a struggle with the spiritual forces of this dark world. If our defenses are weak--or nonexistent--these enemies can, and will, slowly, subtly, lead you away from a life of righteousness. In this tactical guide, bestselling author and trusted theologian Larry Richards offers an ironclad defense plan straight from the Bible. Using Paul's letter to the Ephesians as his infallible guide, Richards reveals how God provides protection from every attack of the enemy--and how you can put on the full armor of God today and every day. Including practical, hands-on exercises, this is the essential biblical approach to standing your ground against the enemy's ploys.

 

SIGN UP FOR THIS CLASS HERE

(This class is currently full)


CREATIVE PLAY SCHOOL BBQ CHICKEN

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER

SUnday, May 4th - Meals picked up after each service

 

CREATIVE PLAY SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP BBQ CHICKEN FUNDRAISER

When:  Sunday, May 4th - County Line Church of God. Meals are take out only and can be picked up after each service on May 4th. 

what:  High's Chicken BBQ Meals - Meals include: 1/2 Chicken, baked potato, butter, sour cream, cole slaw, and dinner roll. 

cost: $8.00 each when you purchase a pre-sale ticket in advance on Sunday, April 13th, 20th, or 27th. (Tickets will be $9.00 each if purchased on Sunday, May 4th)

​Tickets are available on a limited basis! 

Creative Play School thanks you for your support of their scholarship program. 

 

 


Men's Softball League

STARTS Monday, May 5th - 12 week season

men's softball league

County Line Men's Softball League

Games will be played on Monday nights at Rieke Park.

  • First game on Monday, May 5th 
  • Game Times:  6:00, 7:00, 8:00, or 9:00pm
  • Cost: $40 per person
  • 12- week season

 

If interested in Men's Softball League or questions please contact Tyler McKown at 

tylerm@harrissupplysolutions.com or fill out the Sign Up Form below!

 

MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE SIGN-UP FORM


FAST AND PRAY MONDAY 

monday, mAY 5TH 

 

 

FAST AND PRAY MONDAY - MAY 5, 2014

TOPIC: 

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE FOLLOWING...

 

FASTING GUIDE

“I humbled my soul with fasting.” Psalm 35:13 What is Christian fasting?  The Bible speaks of fasting as abstaining from food for a time in order to grow spiritually, glorify God, enhance our spirit, receive healing, and grow our prayer life. Fasting is not a way to get God to do what we want; fasting changes us, not God. It is more about denying our natural appetites and raising our spiritual appetites.  Fasting should also be confidential and not something you tell others you are doing (see Matthew 6:16-18).

TYPES OF FASTING Fasting can take many forms.  For instance, you could fast from things that are a sacrifice for you like internet surfing, computer games, shopping, media, TV, radio, music, Twitter, texting, etc.  Be creative, design your own type of fast. Ask God what kind of fast he would have you do. Fasting from food is not to be taken lightly. If you are new to fasting food please consult your doctor.

FOOD FASTING OPTIONS You may fast from all or selected meals in a day or from "between meal" snacks or after meal deserts.  You may also fast from particular foods or drinks like meat, dairy, coffee, tea, alcohol, pop, chocolate, etc..  You may decide to fast from solids and only take in liquids such as juices, soups, smoothies.  A 'Daniel' fast - as found in the book of Daniel 10:3 - where he "ate no choice food, no meat or wine touched my lips." Fast from delicacies, stick to fresh fruit and vegetables.  The 5 Food Fast - (just eating nuts, fruit, vegetables, yogurt, red meat).

FASTING TIPS Plan your fast. Pray and ask God for protection, strength, and wisdom during your fast. Look ahead because you may have to rearrange your schedule or change your grocery list.  Start small. As with anything, fasting requires practice to become better at it. Set yourself a challenging, but realistic goal. Begin and end well. When fasting from food, the meals before and after the fasting period should be smaller and lighter than usual.  End your fast gradually.  Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration.

REDEEM THE TIME Where possible, the time that is not spent on eating (or whatever else you choose to fast from) is spent on your relationship with God, prayer, reading the Bible and seeking the Lord.

WARNINGS Do not fast from water. Also, fasting from food is unwise if you are diabetic, hypoglycemic, prone to migraines, pregnant, taking medication, or recovering from sickness.  Do not fast from red meat if you are inclined to anemia. If you have any doubts/questions, please talk to a health care professional. Fasting is entirely voluntary. WE ALWAYS RECOMMEND CONSULTING YOUR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL FOR ADVICE BEFORE UNDERTAKING ANY FOOD FAST.


Men's Softball League

STARTS Monday, May 5th - 12 week season

men's softball league

County Line Men's Softball League

Games will be played on Monday nights at Rieke Park.

  • First game on Monday, May 5th 
  • Game Times:  6:00, 7:00, 8:00, or 9:00pm
  • Cost: $40 per person
  • 12- week season

 

If interested in Men's Softball League or questions please contact Tyler McKown at 

tylerm@harrissupplysolutions.com or fill out the Sign Up Form below!

 

MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE SIGN-UP FORM


MONDAY NIGHT BIKE RIDE

STARTS MONDAY, MAY 6TH - 6:00PM

MONDAY NIGHT BIKE RIDE

COUNTY LINE MONDAY NIGHT BIKE RIDE

We would like to extend the invitation to anyone at County Line and friends for a casual ride. 

Our first bike ride will start on Monday, May 6th and will meet at the church and leave at 6:00pm!

No one left behind! 

If interested in County Line's Monday night bike ride or questions please contact Matt Grate at mattbike46793@yahoo.com or fill out the form below!

MONDAY NIGHT BIKE RIDE SIGN UP FORM


Leadercast Dekalb Event 

MAY 9TH, 2014 - 9:00am-4:30pm -  COUNTY LINE CHURCH OF GOD 

Event Description:

Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending Leadercast Dekalb hosted by Dekalb Chamber Partnership held at County Line Church in Auburn on May 9, 2014
The Leadercast event is broadcast LIVE from Atlanta, Ga. to hundreds of sites around the world, including Dekalb County.

This year's speaker lineup includes:

 

Leadercast exists to positively change the way the world thinks about leadership. This year's theme- Beyond You - challenges leaders to focus outward rather than inward. Experience Leadercast live on May 9, 2014 and discover what it means to be a leader worth following.

 

STANDARD RATES: Members - $75  Non-Members $99

10% discount for groups of 10 or more. Tickets can be purchased at LeadercastDeKalb.com

Sponsorship Opportunities available!

Call the Chamber office at (260) 925-2100 or email Shannon@DekalbChamberPartnership.com

Event Sponsors:

 


Faith IN Action

Sunday, May 18th  

9:00am-12:00pm

 

Don't Just Go To Church-Be The Church!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS - SUNDAY, MAY 18TH

On May 18th we will be canceling our regular Sunday morning worship services. Instead we will going out in to our community to complete various projects between the hours of 9AM and 12Noon. Below is a list of projects that we will be sponsoring as a church. To participate in a project, simply go to the Faith In Action Sign up Center in the church lobby.

DONATED ITEMS NEEDEDS

  • Baby Blankets for for single mom baby baskets
  • Blankets for Sleeping Bag Project
  • Travel / Hotel size shampoo, conditioner, and soap for hygiene kits

Blessed Portion Ministries

  • Cough drops
  • Flavored water packets
  • Gum
  • Pop top foods
  • Individually packed snacks

Birthday Party Packages

  • Cake Mix
  • Frosting
  • Table setting for 8 (plates,spoons,forks, cups, napkins)
  • Candles
  • Latex balloons
  • Party favors (8)
  • Beanie babies

You may drop off your items at the Faith In Action Table located in the Gathering Space! 

2014 FAITH IN ACTION PROJECT LIST

1.Washing Windows For 2 Elderly Women: Location: 215 Fairview Street / 231 S. Baxter Street, Auburn          (Coordinator: Terry Rayle)

2. Mustard Seed:   Outside spring cleanup, sorting items and cleaning inside                                                                    Location: 3636 Illinois Road, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Tim Smith)

3. Lifehouse / Restoration House:  Inside cleaning and assembling hygiene kits                                                                    Location: 301 W. Superior Street, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Kristina Stuller)

4. Christian Community Health Care:  Distributing information flyers and goody bags to homes                                                                         Location: Woodburn or New Haven area   (Coordinator: Michael Kinsey)

5. Betz Nursing Home:  Conduct a Sunday morning service for the residents and courtyard landscaping                                                                         Location: 116 Betz Road, Auburn   (Coordinator: Steve Schlatter)

6. Hope Center 1: Wash windows, outdoor spring clean-up, inside cleaning and interior painting                                                                        Location: 3701 S. Calhoun Street, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Phil and Sara Bultemeier)

7. Hope Center 2: Wash windows, outdoor spring clean-up, inside cleaning                                                                       Location: 4705 Illinois Road, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Larry Hoepner)

8. Hope Center 3: Wash windows, outdoor spring clean-up, inside cleaning and interior painting                                                                        Location: 3630 Hobson Road, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Luke and Olivia Ice)

9. Outside yard work for elderly women:                                                                                              Location: 1301 South Road, Garrett  (Coordinator:Eldon Byler)

10. St. Marins Health Clinic: *PROJECT FULL*                                                                                        Outside spring clean-up and landscaping                                                                                                                                          Location: 1359 Randolph Street, Garrett   (Coordinator: Eldon Byler)

11 Camp Red Cedar: Outside work, cleaning, painting and building maintenance repair                                                                        Location: 3900 Hursh Road, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Bryan Young)

12. Euell Wilson Center: Cleaning and organizing center  *PROJECT FULL*                                                                                                Location: 1512 Oxford Street, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Dane and Angela Kruse)

13. Euell Wilson Center (Miss Kim's House): Building a ramp                                                                                                Location: 3606 Winter Street, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: JT King)

14. Summit Equestrian Center: Outside painting, outside clean-up and sowing grass                                                                                                Location: 10808 LaCabreah Lane, Ft. Wayne   PLEASE NO CHILDREN UNDER 10  (Coordinator: Kate Miller)

15. Door to Door County Line Food Pantry Collection:                                                                                              Location: 1501 N. Dewey Street, Auburn (Bridgewater)   (Coordinator: Chris Straw)

16. Meals For Homeless At Freiman Square: THIS PROJECT STARTS AT 7:15AM                                                Freiman Square Outdoor Worship Service with the Homeless                                                                                                              Fellowship/Breakfast   7:15 - 8:00am                                                                                                                                             Worship Service 8:00 - 9:00am                                                                                                                                                            Pass out bagged lunches 9:00am - ?                                                                                                                                                                          Location: 200 East Main Street, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Ken and Elizabeth Dearing)

17. Auburn 4-H Fairgrounds: Skilled people to bring and run chainsaws, haul wood away                                                                                                  Location: 708 S. Union Street, Auburn  NO ONE UNDER 18 PLEASE  (Coordinator: Tyler KcKown) 

18. Wood Splitting For Elderly Women: Skilled people to bring and run wood splitters, stack wood                                                                                                 Location: 1263 County Road 40, Garrett  PLEASE NO SMALL CHILDREN (Coordinator: Jim Bauman)

19. Charis House (Rescue Mission): Outdoor clean up, cut trees, wood chipping and mulching                                                                                                Location: 431 Fairmont Place, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Steve Wineland)

20. St. Joe River Greenway: Clear brush and trees along greenway, remove and replace benches, and install fence                                                                                               Location: 6127 State Road 1, St. Joe   (Coordinator: Sarah Teller)

21. Gateway Woods 1: Landscaping and yard clean up                                                                                                        Location: 14505 Klopfenstein Road, Leo   (Coordinator: Steve Wild)

22. Gateway Woods 2: Inside painting                                                                                                                                  Location: 13816 Maple Street, Grabill   (Coordinator: Steve Wild)

23. Spring Clean Up And Home Maintenance for Elderly Women:                                                                                                        Location: 104 Eckhart Street, Auburn   (Coordinator: James Holbrook)

24. Auburn YMCA (Both Main Street and North Street Locations:                                                                     Outside spring clean-up, mulching, and packing files into boxes                                                                                                               Location: 533 North Street, Auburn   (Coordinator: Bob Kraft)

25. Yard Work And Home Repair (Outside Spring Clean-up):   *PROJECT FULL*                                                                                             Location: 347 W. 15th Street, Auburn   (Coordinator: Shanan Miller)

26. Dare To Dream Youth Ranch: Grounds clean-up and painting                                                                                                 Location: 6020 Wallen Road, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Verl and Jennifer Fike)

27. Water Give Away (On Trail By Dupont YMCA): *PROJECT FULL*                                                Handing out water bottles to walkers and joggers                                                                                                                             Location: 10001 Dawson's Creek Blvd., Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Mike and Shelia Stetzel)

28. Outside Painting And Yard Work For Elderly Women:                                                                                              Location: 4897 CR. 52,  Auburn   (Coordinator: Pat Martin)

29. Auburn Fire Department: Painting fire hydrants throughout Auburn (PLEASE NO SMALL CHILDREN)                                                                                          (Coordinator: Michael Vose)

30. Children's First Center: Inside painting and cleaning, outside yard work, mulching                                                                                              Location: 1752 Wesley Road, Auburn   (Coordinator: Larry and Cara Lane)

31.Woodburn Christian Children's Home: Landscape clean-up, mulching, plant flowers, wash windows                                                                                                Location: 24902 Notestine Road, Woodburn   (Coordinator:Randy and Tina Woolridge)
 
32. Home Repair And Clean-Up: Drywall work and installing cabinets, light fixtures and ceiling tile                                                                                                Location: 380 S. Oak Street, Waterloo   (Coordinator: Dale and Roberta Parkison)
 
33. Home Maintenance For Elderly Women: Yard clean-up, inside painting, and washing windows                                                                                                 Location: 215 Iwo Street, Auburn   (Coordinator: Dave Lantz)
 
34. Home Maintenance For Elderly Couple: Outside painting, bathroom work, house maintenance                                                                                                 Location: 902 1st Street, Auburn  (Coordinator: Brad Holman)
 
35. Auburn Parks: Painting dugouts and mulching                                                                                                                 Location: Auburn   (Coordinator: Dirk McKown)
 
36. Shepherd's House: Inside Painting                                                                                                                                   Location: 519 Tennessee Avenue, Ft. Wayne   (Coordinator: Lori Travis)
 
37. Sleeping Bag Project: Making sleeping bags for the homeless                                                                                                                 Location: Church (High School Room)    (Coordinator:Sande Yarlot and Barb Heller)
 
38. Hygiene Kits For Soup Kitchen: *PROJECT FULL*                                                                            Making hygiene kits to hand out at the soup kitchen                                                                                                                                           Location: Church (Room #303) (Coordinator: Judy Watson)
 
39. Snack Bags For Blessed Portions Ministries: *PROJECT FULL*                                                     Putting together snack bags for the homeless                                                                                                                                                 Location: Church (Room #302)   (Coordinator: Sarah Lapadot)
 
40. Birthday Packages For County Line Food Bank: *PROJECT FULL*                                                  Put together birthday packages for County Line Food Bank                                                                                                                 Location: Church (Junior High Room)   (Coordinator: Jen Featherston)
 
41. Soup Kitchen Meals For Friends Table: Prepare a meal for Friends Table Soup Kitchen                                                                                                                 Location: Church (Kitchen)   (Coordinator: Brian Rayle)
 
42. Single Mom Baby Baskets:  *PROJECT FULL*                                                                             Assembling baby baskets for single moms to take to Dekalb Health                                                                                                                 Location: Church (Kids Worship Room)   (Coordinator: Meagan Hartleroad)

 


VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

JUNE 16TH-20TH, 2014 9:00AM - NOON

AGES: 4 YEARS THROUGH ENTERING 4TH GRADE

 

Vacation
BIBLE SCHOOL

June 16th -20th, 2014

9:00am - noon

Ages: 4 years through entering 4th grade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Child

Registration

Opens

May 19th