march 3rd BULLETIN


  • The LBC Counseling Ministry: Will be hosting a class on March 10th, from 6:00-7:30pm titled “How to Minister to People Who are Grieving or Suffering”. Believers often feel compelled to help but are not always equipped. This class will include a panel of both people who have experienced loss, physical illness, and chronic pain, as well as those who have experience in coming alongside them.
  • Ladies Book Club: There is information about our new book selection on the LBC Information Board in the fellowship area. We will meet upstairs in the overflow room on Sunday, March 17th, at 6:30pm for fellowship and discussion. Please join us!
  • The New People’s Class: Sunday, March 17th, at 9:00am in the fireside area. The class will give a summary of our beliefs, distinctives, and ministries. A light breakfast will be served.
  • Ted Travis Concert: Mark your calendars for March 31, 2019 at 7:00pm for a concert by Ted Travis.
  • Upcoming Baptism: There will be a baptism in the coming weeks. If you are a believer in the Lord Jesus who has not been baptized and would like to be, please contact the office ( or 303-798-1030).
  • Lost and Found: The Lost and Found table is set up by the East Auditorium. Please come get your lost items.


Next Week: “Look Upon Him for Salvation” – John 2:23-3:6

Praising God for Christ

Song: “Lord Most High”

Song: “Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus”

Scripture Reading: Numbers 13:30-32

Song: “Reign in Us”

Confessing our Need for Christ

Theme: “He Calls Us to Trust and Obey” Luke 12:4-7

Public Confession and Need for Christ

Give Thanks for the Bread

Thanking God for Christ

Taking the Bread

Giving Thanks / Taking the Cup

Open Time of Thanksgiving to the Lord

Response to Worship / Offering Prayer

Applying the Gospel

Announcements, Prayer, and Spotlight

Closing Song: “There Is A Fountain”

“Weddings and Wineskins”  Mark 2:18-22 / David Anderson / March 3, 2019

Weddings: The Joy of the Kingdom (2:18-20)

Wineskins: The Newness of the Kingdom (2:21-22).

Options for interpretation:

Jesus is teaching that Christianity is incompatible with Judaism.

Jesus is replacing the Traditions, not the Torah.

Jesus is explaining His choice of disciples and their pliability to His teaching.


#1—As disciples of Christ, we need to be willing to bend to Christ’s Word and will.

#2—We need to be willing to reform from our traditions when necessary.

 #3—We need to see the inherent advantage of teaching new wineskins.