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­本堂主日崇拜程序Compton Sunday Worship

10/14/2018

宣召

Call to Worship

領會

Worship Leader

*讚美詩

 Song of Praise

#34 聖哉三一

Holy, Holy, Holy

 

領會

Worship Leader

*禱告

 Invocation

領會

Worship Leader

讀經

Scripture Reading

腓立比書

Philippians 2:3-11

會眾

Congregation

敬拜詩歌

Worship Hymn

 

梁以信弟兄

Bro. Jackson Leung

信息

Message

一同效法基督

The Imitation of Christ

劉家揚長老

Elder Chia-Yang Liu

*回應詩歌

 Responsive Hymn

# 246 像基督

Oh, to Be Like Thee

領會

Worship Leader

特別分享

Special Sharing

恩愛夫妻營

MER I

張寅、孫涵瑋夫婦

Yin Zhang, Hanwei Sun

歡迎與報告

Welcome & Ann.

領會

Worship Leader

*

 Benediction

吳繼揚牧師

   Pastor David Wu

*會眾請站立Congregation Standing

金句: 但聖靈降臨在你們身上,你們就必得著能力,並要在耶路 

      撒冷、猶太全地和撒馬利亞,直到地極,作我的見證。(使

      徒行傳1:8)

Key Verse: Acts 1:8

領會: 朱文瑋弟兄

Worship Leader: Bro. Wen-Wei Chu

司琴:謝宛琨姊妹

Pianist: Sis. Benita Leung

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Weekly Bulletin

本堂報告事項

八月奉獻

$55,627.90

八月支出

$46,761.76

八月結算

  $8,866.14

本年盈虧

($30,724.15)

1. 2018辛城教會主題:做主的門徒。

2. 主日守望禱告:每主日上午8:30分,六號課室,請來同心禱告。

3. 十月份宣道月:每主日, 英文堂與中文堂聯合崇拜, 早上10:45分開始。今年主題: 作社區的福音使者。今天主日開始在大堂有刊登各團契、小組的福音事工經驗分享, 請留步閱覽。10/21 主日講員: 詹生和長老。

4. 姊妹禱告會10/20週六, 上午9:00開始, 在美聖堂舉行。歡迎參加。

5. 兒童主日學:10/21,每主日將實施簽到簽退手續,若您有孩子在學前班至六年級裡, 聚會前請陪同他/她至樓下交誼廳簽到。如有疑問請聯絡葛主憐姊妹。

6. 愛宴10/28主日崇拜後舉行,謝謝加利利西區團契預備飯食,建武營團契清洗排桌椅,請留步享用在主裡有美好交通。

7. 聯合禱告會10/31週三,晚上730在美聖堂舉行,請弟兄姐妹參加禱告的服事。

8. 2018恩愛夫婦營I12/7-12/9(週五至主日),在辛城附近旅館舉行。報名表在入口桌上或在網上報名  https://tinyurl.com/Ohio8thMER1

     詳情請洽潘榮勝弟兄。

Announcements

August Offering

$55,627.90

August Expenses

$46,761.76

August Balance

  $8,866.14

Year to date Balance

($30,724.15)

1. 2018 CCC Theme: Be Christ’s Disciples.

2. Sunday Prayer: 8:30 AM at Room 6. Come to lift up our church in prayers.

3. October Mission Month: Every Sunday, ANC and Chinese congregation will have a combined service at 10:45 AM. Topic this year: Local Community Evangelism. From today on, every group’s poster about their evangelism experience is posted in the sanctuary. Welcome to stay and read. 10/21 Sunday Service Speaker: Elder Shenghe Zhan.

4. Sister Prayer Meeting: On 10/20 Sat., it will begin at 9:00 AM at Mason Church. Welcome to attend.

5. Children Sunday School: Beginning 10/21, Compton Children’s Sunday School will implement a check-in system that will affect drop-off and pick-up of all students, PreK-6th Grade. If you are a parent of a child in the program, please help us by accompanying your child to the Fellowship Hall when dropping him/her off. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Hannah Gallardo.

6. Love Feast: 10/28 after Worship Service. Thanks to Galilee West Fellowship for meal preparation and Kenwood Fellowship for setting up and cleaning up. Please stay to enjoy fellowship in the Lord.

7. Combined Prayer Meeting: 10/31 Wed., 7:30 PM at Mason Church. Please come to serve with prayers.

8. 2018 Ohio Marriage Enrichment Retreat I: 12/7 – 12/9 (Fri. to Sun.) at Cincinnati area. You can register on-line at https://tinyurl.com/Ohio8thMER1 or fill out registration form by the entrance. Please see Bro. Ron Pan for details.

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認同危機

  「我兒、要將你的心歸我.你的眼目、也要喜悅我的道路。」(23:26)

  做一個第二代的亞裔不是一件容易的事。不但是要達到父母的期望,還要面對同儕的競爭,和非亞裔族群的歧視。許多第二代都有自我認同的危機,要不斷地嘗試摸索出一條可走的路,尤其是在進入青少年的時候。幼年時父母所灌輸東方文化的觀念,養育子女的模式,和自己的同學大不一樣;加上外貌的不同,和叛逆的青少年期本質,很容易就造成極大的困惑。如果個性上趨向隱性,就容易走入郁抑和焦慮中。如果個性上向趨向顯性,就會結交許多同族裔的朋友來抗爭;或是乾脆放棄本族文化,與父母脫節。在青少年期這種認同危機要是處理不當,進入思想開放的大學生活中,只會變的越發嚴重。尤其是有性別取向混淆傾向的孩子,更是無法接受多重的壓力,甚至採取自我毀滅的方式。要到成年,逐漸理解本族文化的優缺點,也適應了美國的文化,才會漸漸脫離這種認同的危機。基督徒的父母要幫助自己的孩子渡過這段時期,要注意三點:

  第一.凡事以愛做出發點,而不是求好心切。亞裔到美國來生活,由於語言的不足都會有危機意識,覺得一定要比別人好才能生存。但第二代沒有這種劣勢,不用擔心他們競爭不過。而要瞭解他們面對的壓力,最需要的就是愛和鼓勵。而且要用他們能接受的方式去表達父母的愛。

  第二.保持真誠流暢的溝通管道。許多問題的根本原因,都是由於溝通不良。不是沒有講話,而是沒有講明心裡的話。許多亞裔父母都為生活忙碌,重點放在努力賺更多的錢,可以改善生活。其實孩子要的不是物質享受,而是家人在一起的交流。如果能和兒女從小就保持無話不談,到青少年就不怕他們不講心裡的困難。

  第三,要帶孩子到神面前。就是他們離開家了,還要每天為他們禱告。請記住,兒女是神交給我們養大的。有一天,我們都要向神交帳。

Identity Crisis

  "My son, give me your heart and let your eyes keep to my ways." (Prov. 23:26)  

Being a second-generation Asian American is not easy. They not only live by the expectations of their parents, but also face the exclusion of peers, and discrimination from non-Asian groups. In order to survive, many second generations have a crisis of self-identity, and they constantly try to find ways to overcome it, especially when they first enter the adolescence. The conflict between the Asian culture in which they are raised at home and American way of their peers creates great confusion to them. In addition to that, the difference in appearance and the adolescent nature of rebellion make it hard for them to deal with. If a child is introvert by nature, he/she can easily become depressed. If a child is extrovert, he/she may choose to make many friends to fight, or just give up his/her Asian culture and completely merge into American way of life by alienating with his/her parents. If this kind of identity crisis is not properly handled, when children enter college in an open environment, it will become even more severe. In particular, children with gender-oriented confusion by nature sometimes would rather choose self-destructive way to end it. Only when they become adults, they can cope with it and gradually overcome it. Christian parents have to learn how to help their children to go through this period.

   First, do everything in love, not just for success. After Asians move to the United States, because of being inferior in language, they have a sense of crisis and feel that they must do better than others. But the second generation does not have this disadvantage, so don't worry about their ability to compete. To understand the pressure they face, the most needed is love and encouragement. Express the love of parents in a way that they can accept.

  Second, maintain a frequent and honest channel of communication. The root of many problems is poor communication, not lack of talking, but without words from the bottom of hearts. Many Asian parents are busy with their work, focusing on trying to make more money and improving their lives. In fact, what the child wants is not material enjoyment, but the interactions with family members. If you can keep an open communication with your children from an early age, they will not be afraid to tell you what difficulties they are facing.

   Third, bring your children to God. Pray for them every day even when they leave home. Remember that children are God's commission to us. One day, we all will be accountable before God.

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