• Fingerprinting: Will be offered TODAY between services in the small kitchen. This is a requirement for working with children at LBC.
  • AWANA : The starting date is Sept. 12th. Register your kid(s) online at
  • LBC Choir: Rehearsals will be Thursday 7:00-8:00pm, starting Sept. 13th. If you are interested please sign up in the foyer TODAY.
  • The New People’s Class: Sunday, Sept. 16th at 9:00am. Giving a summary of our beliefs, distinctives and ministries.
  • Prayer for Nation & Community: Sept. 16th from 8:00 – 8:45 in the counseling room.
  • Women’s Ministry: Ladies, mark your calendars for Sept. 22, for a handgun safety class at the Scott Ranch. There is a sign-up today and next week in the foyer.
  • Senior Bible Study: Will be starting on Sept. 26th from 10:30-11:45am at LBC.
  • Ladies Book Group: Information on our new selection can be found in the foyer. Please come join us on Sept. 30th.
  • Discipleship: If you are interested in learning how to better disciple others, please attend the meeting, Sunday, Oct. 7th at 6pm and do the homework listed on the website under the counseling/discipleship page.
  • Home Groups: If you are interested in being in a home group, please contact Jason Fish at: or Tim Oddo at 303-233-4500 /
  • Annual Women’s Conference: November 2nd-3rd (includes Friday evening dessert and Saturday morning brunch) Purchase your tickets online at


Current Theme: “He Has Prepared a City for the Redeemed” Hebrews 11:16

Next Week’s Theme: “He is Worth More than Wealth” Hebrews 11:26

Praising God for Christ

Song: “Cornerstone”

Song: “Victory in Jesus”

Scripture Reading

Song: “Revelation Song”

Confessing our Need for Christ

Theme: “He Rewards Those Who Seek Him”

Public confession and promise of pardon

Thanking God for Christ

Give thanks for the bread

Give thanks for the cup


Applying the Gospel

Spotlight: Korea and China

Song: “O The Deep Deep Love of Jesus”

“What We Should Do When the Wicked Seem to Be Winning” | Psalm 10 David Lambert | September 9, 2018

  1. The Wicked seem to be winning:
  2. The wicked are full of pride. (2-4)
  3. The wicked imagine themselves to be safe. (5-6)
  4. The wicked injure others by word and deed. (7-10)
  5. The wicked deceive themselves regarding God’s

judgment. (11)

  1. What we should do:
  2. Cry out to the Lord. (1, 12-15)
  3. Know the Lord. (16)
  4. Trust in the Lord. (16b-18)