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Welcome to the Worland, Wyoming church of Christ web page. 

Thank you for dropping by our web page. We hope you find this site helpful, so you can get a little better acquainted with us. Here you will find our latest sermons presented during worship services, and some of our regular published bulletins. We trust you will find this website up to date and correct. 

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If you were to ask us who we are, we would tell you “simply Christians”. But let us expound on that just a little further:

We understand that when it comes to God, we simply do not measure up. His holiness, His awesome, and His perfection leave us with a lack of words and an empty feeling inside. We want so badly to be worthy of His fellowship, but we know that our sin prevents us from doing just that.

That’s where we trust in Jesus Christ. Because Jesus Christ, the Son of God, willingly went to the cross and died, we can fill that void within us caused by sin by knowing that we have eternal life through His sacrifice on the cross. It’s nothing we have done, or possess, or ever will do; it’s simply Jesus Christ and His blood.

Just like somebody from Texas is called a “Texan”, and somebody who eats only vegetables is a “vegetarian”, a follower of Jesus Christ is called a “Christian”. And that’s why we say that we are “simply Christians”. We do our best to wholly devote ourselves to our Savior and living lives that are spent in worship to Him for what He did for us. We try to mimic His love for mankind, His service for all people, and desire to seek and save lost people. Do we still mess up? Sure, but by continuing to trust in Him, we are still “simply Christians.” 

Being simply Christians can be difficult in a complex world. The world tells us that we have to be so many different things. We need the most prestigious jobs, the fanciest cars, the biggest houses, the most toys, etc. To be quite honest with you, it’s quite overwhelming when we consider everything that the world tells us we have to be. But at the end of the day, because of Jesus Christ’s great love for us and His sacrifice, and because we know who our lives are devoted to, we take solace and find peace in the fact that we are “simply Christian”.

 

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If you were to ask us who we are, we would tell you “simply Christians”. But let us expound on that just a little further:

We understand that when it comes to God, we simply do not measure up. His holiness, His awesome, and His perfection leave us with a lack of words and an empty feeling inside. We want so badly to be worthy of His fellowship, but we know that our sin prevents us from doing just that.

That’s where we trust in Jesus Christ. Because Jesus Christ, the Son of God, willingly went to the cross and died, we can fill that void within us caused by sin by knowing that we have eternal life through His sacrifice on the cross. It’s nothing we have done, or possess, or ever will do; it’s simply Jesus Christ and His blood.

Just like somebody from Texas is called a “Texan”, and somebody who eats only vegetables is a “vegetarian”, a follower of Jesus Christ is called a “Christian”. And that’s why we say that we are “simply Christians”. We do our best to wholly devote ourselves to our Savior and living lives that are spent in worship to Him for what He did for us. We try to mimic His love for mankind, His service for all people, and desire to seek and save lost people. Do we still mess up? Sure, but by continuing to trust in Him, we are still “simply Christians.” 

Being simply Christians can be difficult in a complex world. The world tells us that we have to be so many different things. We need the most prestigious jobs, the fanciest cars, the biggest houses, the most toys, etc. To be quite honest with you, it’s quite overwhelming when we consider everything that the world tells us we have to be. But at the end of the day, because of Jesus Christ’s great love for us and His sacrifice, and because we know who our lives are devoted to, we take solace and find peace in the fact that we are “simply Christian”.

 

Godly Families Seminar 2016


Godly Families Seminar 2016


Godly Families Seminar October 9th - 12th 2016

We are blessed to have students from the Bear Valley Bible Institute of Denver lead us in a Godly Families Seminar. The Students arrived Saturday afternoon, and we all met at the building for a pancake supper and great fellowship. 

 Rob Lawler cooking pancakes for the pancake supper 

Rob Lawler cooking pancakes for the pancake supper 

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VBS 2016


VBS 2016


Vacation Bible School 2016

 VBS 2016, Journey through the Bible   

VBS 2016, Journey through the Bible

 

 1st Day, all about God's creation with the creation song.

1st Day, all about God's creation with the creation song.

 Day 2 all about Noah and God's Rainbow covenant promise   

Day 2 all about Noah and God's Rainbow covenant promise

 

 VBS 2016 Day 3, Jonah and the Big Fish

VBS 2016 Day 3, Jonah and the Big Fish

 Day 4 Learning about David

Day 4 Learning about David

 VBS 2016 Day 5, Picnic with the families

VBS 2016 Day 5, Picnic with the families