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SONG IN MY SOUL Verse 1 There’s a song in my soul And I feel it stirring in me This I know for sure That Your love is like a flood And Your mercy never ending I give my song to You Verse 2 There’s a joy in my soul And it rises like the morning This I know for sure That Your grace is enough And Your promise never breaking I give my song to You Chorus All of Your goodness Is like a well running over Oh my soul, it sings for You For all of Your

As we begin our 2024 faith journey together, I want to talk briefly about the power of dreams—big, exciting, God-ordained dreams. So take a minute to think about what your dreams are: A way of helping others? Making a difference in our community? A better job? Peace and prosperity for your family? More money? A new ministry? Now ask yourself—how does the way you see God affect the way you perceive your dreams? The first point to get straight is in our

Celebrate the joy of Christmas with us at the Schlosstheater in Starnberg!   Worship Service 11:00 hrs Join us as we light the Advent Wreath, followed by Christmas Hymns, Scripture Reading, prayers for each other, and a special Christmas Message from Pastor John.       Carol Singalong! 11:30 hrs We will continue our Family Christmas Eve Celebrations with a Singalong of beloved Christmas Carols and Christmas Classics.       Christmas Goodies! 11:30 hrs onwards! We take fellowship very seriously at Starnberg Fellowship! Don't forget to grab some delicious baked treats, chat over a cup

Why Daniel? What does ancient Babylon and a handful of Hebrews have to do with us in a modern, high-tech world? This Sunday, July 16, begins our Summer Bible Study. I am very excited to spend the rest of the summer in a close study of the book of Daniel. The book of Daniel meets us where we are in history, living in a culture rapidly drifting away from our biblical God and forcing many of us to wonder what our

Have you noticed that when you feel discouraged and think that God doesn’t care about you or answer your prayers, or that your faith is meaningless, one of the first things you do is disconnect yourself from his people? Being in church is a bitter reminder of God not paying attention to you and your needs. You don’t want others’ prayers. You don’t care about their encouragement or their advice. You want to be left alone. You turn inwards, and at

Join Us This Sunday! 28 May 2023 Worship @ 16:00 hrs! Scripture: Luke 12:16-34 Scripture: How Do We Become Rich Toward God? Pastor John Snyder, Preaching Meeting at Christuskirche Ammerseestraße 15 in Gauting _____________ Bible Studies at SF Tuesday, 30  May @ 19:30 hrs Munich-West Bible Study at the Powells' Wednesday, 31 May @ 19:00 hrs The Munich Bible Study on Zoom Topic: The Munich Bible Study Join the Meeting Here: Meeting ID: 854 0026 5999 Passcode: 026837 _____________ 4 June 2023 Communion Sunday!

Ask yourself: How many times today did I complain or think negatively about someone or something? I’ve heard that people complain at least once in any conversation. The average person complains between 15-30 times a day. So if it’s not you, someone around you is complaining, and that complaint is affecting your brain and your health. Let’s put it another way. We don’t complain. We vent. We share. We point out. We’re being frank. We’re hurt. We’re not understood. We need a

“O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?” -1 Corinthians 15:55 This week is Holy Week or Passion Week. Let us prepare our hearts to celebrate the high point of our faith—the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Hymns of praise then let us sing, Alleluia! Unto Christ, our heavenly king, Alleluia! Who endured the cross and grave, Alleluia! Sinners to redeem and save. Alleluia! But the pains which he endured, Alleluia! Our salvation have procured; Alleluia! Now above the

I'm sure everyone has a story of attending church somewhere for the first time! As church "professionals," our family has often been called to assess congregational situations and provide solutions to help with church growth or the healthy functioning of the church. Our training enables us to recognize potential challenges to the ministry or how a visitor walking into a church may feel. Some churches know how to welcome and greet newcomers with warmth and assimilate them into the church family.

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