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Hey all, we have a paint night coming up on the 27th. It is only $10/person and my wife will be leading us through painting and how God interacts with us through expression and beauty. Don't miss this! Spots are limited! Sign up here: clifftemple.org/paintnight
What kind of pattern will you follow in 2019? The new year brings an opportunity to create a new and better pattern of living. Come join me in worship with Cliff Temple for a sermon series starting January 6th called The Jesus-Shaped Life. We'll look at some of the key moments of Jesus' life and how He was constantly in relationship with His Heavenly Father, with His disciples, and with those who needed to hear the good news and be healed. He's our Savior and much more. He's the pattern for the best life we can live.
Hey all, here is the page for the Neighborhood Network. Also, if you haven't already, check us out at oakcliffnetwork.com Groups are launching this week! If you haven't signed up for one or want to know more, feel free to message me.
Hey everyone, I am writing to remind you, if you are married, you need to sign up for the marriage conference on Friday September 14th! It is from 6-7:30. Dinner is $5/person. We will be hearing from speakers from the Pastoral Counseling Center and have break out sessions based on life stage. Real, legit advice from professionals on how to cultivate a marriage that lasts. I hope to see you all there! Sign up by this Friday!
If you have any photos of the children's ministry from April 1955, please let me know at [email protected]. I was 2 at that time.
Good morning, Cliff Temple Baptist Church! Texas Baptists Cooperative Program is now on Facebook. We would love to invite you to visit our new page. Hope to hear from you soon!

We are a dynamic community of believers committed to sharing the grace of Jesus Christ to our North Oak Cliff neighborhood, Dallas and the world at large.

Mission: The mission of Cliff Temple is building everyday people into everyday missionaries for Jesus Christ.

[02/24/20]   Sunday Morning Worship - Traditional
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(Re-posted from yesterday due to poor audio quality)

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Check this out from Teaching Pastor Trevor Jamieson

Atheist. For. Lent.

Ever had questions about faith? What do atheists really believe? Why are some atheists religious but don't believe in God?

Join us for "Atheist for Lent" starting March 3 where we will explore the different view points of atheists from scholars in different areas of atheism. Grab a drink, meet someone new, and discuss challenging ideas.

Click here for more information: clifftemple.org/atheist

Atheist. For. Lent.

Ever had questions about faith? What do atheists really believe? Why are some atheists religious but don't believe in God?

Join us for "Atheist for Lent" starting March 3 where we will explore the different view points of atheists from scholars in different areas of atheism. Grab a drink, meet someone new, and discuss challenging ideas.

Click here for more information: clifftemple.org/atheist

Have you ever thought about getting baptized but have too many questions still unanswered? What is baptism about, and is it something for you? You’re invited to step out in faith and be baptized on April 10 - Good Friday - the day when we remember Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross. For more information, visit clifftemple.org/baptism.

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[02/07/20]   Pat Cheshier has had some major health scares starting last September. Since that time, people have supported him and his family with prayers, visits, calls, cards, food, covering their responsibilities. . . . Come this Sunday, February 9, and hear Pat share his testimony with the church in both English services (9:00 and 11:00 a.m.).

[02/07/20]   Pat Cheshier is a family man, church deacon, retired police officer, and has cheated death multiple times in the last six months. Hear his story in both English services (9:00 and 11:00 a.m.) at Cliff Temple Baptist Church, 125 Sunset Ave., Dallas, this Sunday, February 9. Can’t be here? Watch on Facebook live.

Really! It starts tonight - IF:Local (North Oak Cliff) for women. Sessions are 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. TODAY; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, with a two-hour break for lunch (lunch is provided, but you can leave if you need to); 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Saturday. If you can't be here for all of it, please register and be here when you can. See clifftemple.org/if.

IF:Local (North Oak Cliff) - come, even if you can be here for only parts of it. Be sure you sign up at clifftemple.org/if.

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IF:Local for women. Sessions are 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. on Friday; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, with a two-hour break for lunch (lunch is provided, but you can leave if you need to); 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Saturday. If you can't be here for all of it, please register and be here when you can. See clifftemple.org/if.

IF:Local for women. Sessions are 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. on Friday; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, with a two-hour break for lunch (lunch is provided, but you can leave if you need to); 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Saturday. If you can't be here for all of it, please register and be here when you can. See clifftemple.org/if

Have you registered yet? IF:Local - North Oak Cliff - for women. See https://www.clifftemple.org/if

There are only a few spots left for our Pottery Nights coming up on February 4th and 11th at 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Cost is $10/person.

Sign up here: https://tithe.ly/event-registration/#/1142855

IF:Local - North Oak Cliff - for women. See https://www.clifftemple.org/if

[01/23/20]   Below are some reflections from one of our Reynosa Border Mission Trip participants. Come Sunday to hear a bit more about the team's experience.

*** My thoughts about the Trip to Reynoso Mexico January 17-21.

Evil is so much stronger and prevalent than I have considered before. When men and women told me their stories I realized that every person I met was touched by evil in some

life changing, tangible, and painful way. I learned that evil has a name and today in this modern world it is called, “The Cartell” in Mexico or “The Government” in Venezuela or Cameron.

I learned that today it is not economics that drive these new wave of migrants, it is safety. They all want a chance to live in a safe way, carry out their lives without fear and help their children grow up without being scared.

During my time at the sanctuary, I heard tales of children leaving the stability of a home with a grandmother, pets, toys, and food for a journey to a land where there is a new language, new schools, new ways of doing things. This journey is made just for the chance of experiencing safety. These children looked much older than the few years they have been alive. As I got to know them, I understood why. They told stories of hiding under blankets when they were running from Cartell members. They became very quiet and solemn when I related the fictional story of a boy named Sami who had to leave his village when men with guns came for the villagers. Their solemnness spoke loudly to those of us trying to understand their experiences.

My greatest pain came the day that we crossed back over the Mexico border and entered the United States again. Just to think that with my U. S. passport I could go to my safe home and sleep in my bed with no fear. Why am I so privileged? It could be me. Why do I live in a place where evil does not appear as forceful and mighty? These questions almost paralyze my thinking. It is hard to look back and to look forward. I wonder and have had a hard time reconciling my own good fortune.

What I do know about this trip is that we did our best to join them in their quest for tangible hope. Most of the people we met were hopeful and they were thankful for the safety and peace the sanctuary provided. When the ladies joined in the sewing projects it was for the purpose making preparations for a hopeful tomorrow. They made bags to carry documents and repaired clothes for the next part of the journey.

The children we met were also hopeful. In many ways they acted just like children all over the world. They wanted attention, they liked to learn, and they were very active. We met daily for Vacation Bible School and the lessons were designed to help them demonstrate an awareness of God’s protection and closeness. We learned that God used Jesus’ parents to take care of him when his family were refugees in Egypt. We talked about the relationship that Jesus wants with all children. There seemed to be an expectant understanding as we experienced these stories together. I was surprised when the children got excited about making paper tambourines for a parade to welcome Jesus into their town. They followed me for a great distance waving their tambourines and singing welcome songs to Jesus all through the sanctuary compound. I was, also, touched when they drew pictures of themselves with Jesus. I hope they will remember those images and always expect that kind of closeness with Jesus.

All in all, this was a trip that I will continue to process for a very long time. How do people respond to evil when their lives depend on it? What kinds of forces play with a person’s pyche that motivates them to leave everything they know to travel great distances just for safety? How does hope play a role in their prolonged journey? How does God intersect with all the evil they have experienced and will experience in this quest for the lives we take for granted in this U. S.?

I now find myself thinking about the faces of the people we met and wonder what will happen to them. I know there are thousands coming behind them and wonder how in the world we got in this shape. I am struck by the fact that Jesus does not provide any answers for me. He told me to go and teach hope. Perhaps that is my part of their journey. Perhaps this is my answer.

Do you lack spiritual power? What could happen if the Spirit of God were to come rushing into your life and filled you every day from here on out? Join us this Sunday to learn about David’s anointing in the Spirit and God’s promise of power for you.

Read Acts 2 before Sunday and come to worship prepared to hear the voice of the Spirit. We’ll be praying for spiritual power and that the church would be mobilized to reach many people in 2020.

Christmas Eve - 2019

Celebrate Christ's birth with us at 6:00 p.m. tonight with a candlelight service and Christmas music.

Merry Christmas everyone!

10/27

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International Carol Suites - Traditional Worship - 12/15

👏 To all our awesome singers from the Child Development Center!

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Mexico Border Refugee Mission Trip — Cliff Temple Baptist Church

Sign up by this Sunday, December 15, for the Mexico border mission trip (Jan16-20). More info and registration form can be found at this link. Email [email protected] with any questions. https://www.clifftemple.org/events/border

clifftemple.org Love Thy Neighbor Mexico Border Refugee Mission Trip Dates: January 16-20, 2020 Location: Reynosa, Mexico Cliff Temple Baptist Church desires to embody Christ through serving the marginalized. This includes those who are seeking refuge in the United States. There are currently many refu

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We are so grateful to serve alongside some great partners - Metrocare Services, City of Dallas - City Hall Office of Homeless Solutions, OurCalling, The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center, Family Gateway, Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, Cliff Temple Baptist Church, Parkland Hospital HOMES Program, @OLUMC, the Salvation Army, @ugmdallas - it takes all of us working together to ensure our friends experiencing homelessness get the shelter and care they need.

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It's getting chilly, but that means it's almost 🎄 time!

Who's already listening to Christmas music?

If you have held out deciding whether to attend Encounter Weekend, this is your last chance to sign up! Go to CliffTemple.org/encounterweekend to register.

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Get away. Pray. Learn. Encounter God.
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Less than a week to sign up for Encounter Weekend. Link in bio.

Staff costume day! Can you guess the theme? Bonus points for guessing who is what character! (Hint: Trevor forgot his piano and Kevin should be shorter).

Daylight Saving Time ends this Sunday, November 3, at 2:00 a.m. Remember to set your clocks back one hour before you sleep Saturday night.

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Dallas, TX
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