• Prayer for Nation & Community: Sunday, October 20th, 8:00am – 8:45am in the cry room.
  • Michael & Carol: Come join us for a “Send-off Celebration”, today during the fellowship time.
  • Littleton Stride Race FYI: This race is scheduled for next Sunday, Oct 27th and parking is always scarce during this event. Please plan accordingly.
  • Men’s Ministry: There will be a chili cook-off on Saturday, November 2nd, at 5:30pm.
  • Childcare will be provided up to 12 years old. Dinner will be provided for the children. Please RSVP to Jon Newcome at 303-332-9812
  • Ladies Book Group: Information on our new book selection can be found on the bulletin board in the fellowship hall. We will meet on Sunday, November 17th, at 6:30pm.
  • Guatemala Sewing Machine Project: Will you consider helping purchase treadle sewing machines for the Guatemala village women? This is a very sustainable way for them to provide for their families. Each sewing machine will cost $200. Make checks payable to LBC and earmark ‘sewing machines.’ For additional information, please see Chris Douglas in the foyer.
  • Congratulations: To Dave and Sarah Bergman on the birth of their daughter, Parker Julia, born October 16th. Pray for the Bergman’s as they move to Idaho the end of October.

The Lord’s Supper Service

Praising God for Christ

Song: “Open the Eyes of My Heart”

Song: “Jesus Messiah”

Scripture Reading: Psalm 27

Song: “Here I am to Worship

Confessing Our Need for Christ

Theme: “He is the Light of the World “John 8:12

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: “Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus”


The Solution to Spiritual Dullness – Mark 8:11-21 – David Anderson

 The Pharisees Are Blind (8:11-13)

The Disciples are Blind (8:14-21)


  • Jesus is Sufficient, because Jesus is the Son of God.
  • The Solution to Spiritual Dullness is Remembering.