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CHBC Connect for May 12, 2023

What is God’s Vision for CHBC? 

Capitol Hill Baptist Church is founded on three Piers (The Lordship of Christ, the Centrality of the Scriptures, and the Glory of God). We function based upon three Pillars (Biblically-Modeled, Mission-Minded, and Multi-Cultural). We perform three Purposes (Equipping Believers, Exalting Christ, and Extending the Gospel). Last week we shared with you what it means to be Biblically-Modeled, as we think about our three Pillars. What does it mean to be Mission-Minded?  


“Go therefore and make disciples,” from Matthew 28:19, is what is known as the Missio Dei. This is the task given by God for His people to the world. We must be diligent to keep the mission before us. There are many activities in which a church can be involved, but unless it aids in disciple-making, it should be seen as a distraction from our primary purpose. 


Combined Worship and Lord’s Supper- May 28 in the 10:15 AM Service 

CHBC is 1 Church in 2 Languages. Therefore, once every other month we come together in combined worship. We will celebrate the Lord’s Supper on that Sunday. Each time we gather as a combined congregation it reminds us of the Kingdom diversity that exists in God’s eternal church and renews our commitment to be a local outpost striving after heavenly reflection. 


Memorial Day Picnic – May 28 at 5 PM 

Every Sunday night before Memorial Day CHBC gathers for a time of fellowship. At each of these picnics grilled hamburgers and hotdogs as well as drinks are provided. The church family is asked to bring sides and desserts to share. You can eat inside or outside. Bring a lawn chair, frisbee, ball, or yard game. Plan on participating in corn hole or sand volleyball. Stay and enjoy the fellowship. 



Falls Creek Youth Camp – July 10-15 
Youth camp is for students who have completed 7th-12 grade. The cost is $150 per student. Second and third child discounts are applied. See the website for details or to register: Falls Creek 



Vacation Bible School – June 5-12 
CHBC loves VBS! Each year close to 100 volunteers work to provide a week of outreach and discipleship for children from Kindergarten to 6th Grade. VBS begins at 9 AM and ends at Noon each day. You can register to serve or enroll your child online at VBS Sign Up 


CHBC Resource Center 

Visit the CHBC Resource Center outside the Worship Center. There are three featured books: The ESV Study Bible; Systematic Theology, by Wayne Grudem; and The Valley of Vision, ed. by Arthur Bennett. Our featured books are for sale and are books that we believe every Christian home should own. There are also several free resources. 


Scripture of the Month - May 

Titus 2:6-8, “Likewise urge the young men to be sensible; 7 in all things show yourself to be an example of good deeds, with purity in doctrine, dignified, 8 sound in speech which is beyond reproach, so that the opponent will be put to shame, having nothing bad to say about us.”  

During 2023 CHBC will be saying aloud verses from the book of Titus 2. CHBC quotes Scripture aloud during our morning worship gathering. This is done for two reasons. First, we are commanded in Scripture to encourage one another with the Word of God. Second, we want to emphasize the spiritual discipline of Scripture memory. The goal of 2023 is for you to be able to quote the entire second chapter of the Epistle to Titus. Pick up your Scripture Memory card packs at the Resource Center outside the middle doors of the Worship Center. 


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Discipleship Resources for May 11, 2023

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Over this Mother’s Day weekend, I hope your family has some time to rest and relax. Use some of that time to spiritually recharge. Here are some articles, podcasts, and other resources to help you.



  • Resources from CHBC, OKC, The Analysis, podcast by Mark DeMoss and Deanna Huff

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