Stefano & Jennifer Mariotti

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church-planting in Budrio, Italy

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Saturday, 23 May 2015

Sunday Service - Acts 21:27-22:22

Tomorrow we'll have our morning service
to worship God together and to proclaim
His Word in Budrio.

We are glad for the Lord's provision of the main room in
Le Torri dell'Acqua, the theatre&modern art-gallery right at the centre of Budrio, well known as a cultural meeting point.

At 10.00 am we'll enjoy our time as a church family
with a coffee & fellowship together.

At 10.30 am we'll continue with Stefano
our series on the Book of Acts.

Tomorrow we'll engage with Acts 21:27-22:22
interacting with these main headings:
-Perseverance in Christ
-Gospel Change for Christ

Jenny will lead the time with
the little ones engaging on Acts 22;17-21.

Together we'll see how Jesus demolished the wall separated us from God and has broken down in his flesh the dividing wall of hostility, so that we are no longer strangers and aliens, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God!


We'll start our service following the pattern of Acts 1:8 with a time of prayer characterized by thanksgiving and casting a vision for God's work in our community and globally.
We'll pray for "our home".
This week we did the leafleting for the Exch@nge summer camp in both middle 
and high school of Budrio.
We'll commit to the Lord those kids who will come to the Camp and their families,
we'll also pray for the team from Houston 
and the Italian volunteers.
We'll pray for "out neighbour".
Once again the Town-hall of Budrio has organized for
the 2nd of June (Italy's Republic Day) a special ceremony to give honorary citizenship to all the kids who completed a school stage.

This is a great opportunity for us to celebrate with our community the Citizenship we have in Christ - Ephesians 2:19
We'll also pray for "the end of the earth".
We'll continue to intercede for the 
population of Nepal.
We'll pray for those who have lost relatives and friends and for the Nepalese church 
in its living and witnessing the Gospel 
in such hard times.