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Park Heights Church of Christ
1300 E. Boynton, Hamilton TX
October 29-30, 2011

DEVELOPING CHRISTIAN ATTITUDES

Saturday, October 29, 2011

4:00 pm … The Jude Attitude: Richard Massey (Tin Top, Texas)
Earnestly Contending for the Faith (Jude 3)
This Lecture should deal with developing an attitude of standing for truth and
opposing religious error.

5:00 pm … The Aquila and Pricilla Attitude: Sam Dilbeck (Corsicana, TX)
Taught Apollos the Way of the Lord more Perfectly (Acts 18:26)
This Lecture should deal with developing a teaching and evangelistic attitude.

6:00 pm … Supper Break – Sandwiches provided by Park Heights

7:00 pm … The Berean Attitude: Kevin Rhodes (Cleburne, TX)
They Searched the Scriptures Daily (Acts 17:11)
This Lecture should deal with developing a studious attitude toward God’s
word.

8:00 pm … The Habakkuk Attitude: John Moore (Dripping Springs, TX)
Keep Silence Before Him (Habakkuk 2:20)
The purpose of this Lecture is to show the need for respect and reverence
toward God.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

9:30 am … The Publican’s Attitude: Kevin Cauley (Austin, Texas)
Be Merciful to Me a Sinner (Luke 18:13)
This Lecture should deal with developing an attitude of humility.

10:30 am … The John Attitude: Don Walker (Austin, Texas)
Love in deed and in truth (1 Jn. 3:18)
This Lecture should discuss biblical love for the brethren

11:30 am … Lunch Break – Pot Luck provided by Park Heights

1:00 pm … The David Attitude: Trent Kennedy (San Marcos, Texas)
Trust in the Lord (1 Samuel 17)
The purpose of this Lecture is to develop trust in God to overcome the Goliaths
we will face.

2:00 pm … The Good Samaritan Attitude: Andy Baker (San Marcos, Texas)
The Caring and Helpful One (Luke 10:25-37)
This Lecture should deal with developing an attitude of care and concern for our
fellowman.

Tom Moore
Park Heights church of Christ
P. O. Box 107
1300 East Boynton Street
Hamilton, Texas 76531
http://www.parkheightscoc.com
http://harrisandmoore.org
(254) 386-3953