Cliff Temple Baptist Church

Cliff Temple Baptist Church

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Thank you for helping our community.
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.

We are everyday people seeking to be everyday missionaries for Jesus Christ. We are committed to serving the North Oak Cliff neighborhood, Dallas, and the world at large.

Operating as usual

[07/26/21]   Cliff Temple is excited to announce the recipients of our church scholarships this year: Hannah Mercado, Robert Collins, Grace Pulis, Ben Coleman, and Kaden Collins. 2021 awards totaled $17,825. Each year our church helps high school and college students who apply.

Applicants must be members of Cliff Temple, full-time students entered in accredited undergraduate or trade school programs, and within five years of high school completion.

Special thanks to the Scholarship Committee for all of their hard work this year. If you would like to contribute money to our church scholarship fund, you may designate that gift when making a contribution. Doing this allows us to continue to help students who are seeking higher education.

We celebrate these five outstanding young people and look forward to being able to bless more next year.

07/25/2021

Sunday Worship

07/25/2021

Morning Worship, July 25, 2021

"The Mind of Christ"
Philippians 2:1-11
Dr. Todd Still preaching

Photos from Cliff Temple Baptist Church's post 07/24/2021

This morning, we went to Fort Worth to help paint Iglesia Bautista Víctoria en Cristo.

It truly is a blessing to be here and assist a church that does so much for its community.

#clifftemple

07/23/2021

Our partnership with Project Unity was a success. We were happy to provide a space for members of our community to receive vaccinations against COVID-19.

Our partnership with Project Unity was a success. We were happy to provide a space for members of our community to receive vaccinations against COVID-19.

07/22/2021

Recently we met with Colin Semwayo, founding pastor of Radix Church in West Dallas, and prayed for the city. Pastor Semwayo was one of the missionaries we supported last year through our Thank Offering, and he remains active with Cliff Temple through one of our Sunday School classes.

Join him in praying for the city today. Pray for the work of God here in Dallas. We know whether God works through Cliff Temple, Radix Church, or any other church, God continues to move and we need to pray so we can be able to move along with Him.

Recently we met with Colin Semwayo, founding pastor of Radix Church in West Dallas, and prayed for the city. Pastor Semwayo was one of the missionaries we supported last year through our Thank Offering, and he remains active with Cliff Temple through one of our Sunday School classes.

Join him in praying for the city today. Pray for the work of God here in Dallas. We know whether God works through Cliff Temple, Radix Church, or any other church, God continues to move and we need to pray so we can be able to move along with Him.

Prayer and the Old Testament 07/21/2021

Prayer and the Old Testament

What was prayer like in the Old Testament? What about it can we learn more of and imitate today? Listen to what pastors Trevor and Abraham discussed this week in our first episode on Prayer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVFj9iY9tck

Prayer and the Old Testament Most of us are familiar with the Lord's Prayer from Jesus, but what does the Old Testament have to say about prayer? Pastor Trevor Jamieson and Pastor Abraha...

07/20/2021

Tuesday night prayer @ Cliff Temple

Prayer Series Intro Video 07/20/2021

Prayer Series Intro Video

Tomorrow we'll start a series where we will study and learn more about prayer. Check out our YouTube channel every week for new videos and walk with us through this new season.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_eFt9YDTpQ

Prayer Series Intro Video Pastor Isa Torres kicks off our video series on prayer by asking a fundamental question: why do we pray?

07/19/2021

Today is the last day to sign up. If you would like to go help a faithful and precious church this coming Saturday, please reach out to Isa Torres at [email protected].

Today is the last day to sign up. If you would like to go help a faithful and precious church this coming Saturday, please reach out to Isa Torres at [email protected].

07/18/2021

Morning Worship, 7/18/2021

"The Progress of the Gospel"
Philippians 1:12-26
Dr. Todd Still preaching

07/16/2021

So far in 2021, Mission Oak Cliff has
*served 8,586 individuals
*provided food to an average of 520 families per month
*distributed over 197,085 pounds of food
*handed out over 500 hygiene kits to people experiencing homelessness

As you can see, we have accomplished a lot within the past six months! As people continue to seek assistance from Mission Oak Cliff, we are unwaveringly providing compassionate and dignifying services to the best of our ability.

Although what you read now are merely statistics, the numbers reflect the people we have laughed, cried, and shared stories with. Last week, we even celebrated a pregnancy with one of our clients, helping provide her with extra supplies for the expected newborn. We bless each and every one of our neighbors coming to our doors, just as they continue to bless us.

This is the work you are participating in as you support Mission Oak Cliff. I thank you for continuing to be a part of our vibrant community, helping us make a difference in so many people's lives.

— Kevin Pranoto, Executive Director of Mission Oak Cliff

So far in 2021, Mission Oak Cliff has
*served 8,586 individuals
*provided food to an average of 520 families per month
*distributed over 197,085 pounds of food
*handed out over 500 hygiene kits to people experiencing homelessness

As you can see, we have accomplished a lot within the past six months! As people continue to seek assistance from Mission Oak Cliff, we are unwaveringly providing compassionate and dignifying services to the best of our ability.

Although what you read now are merely statistics, the numbers reflect the people we have laughed, cried, and shared stories with. Last week, we even celebrated a pregnancy with one of our clients, helping provide her with extra supplies for the expected newborn. We bless each and every one of our neighbors coming to our doors, just as they continue to bless us.

This is the work you are participating in as you support Mission Oak Cliff. I thank you for continuing to be a part of our vibrant community, helping us make a difference in so many people's lives.

— Kevin Pranoto, Executive Director of Mission Oak Cliff

07/15/2021

"Rent a youth jobs have been meaningful to me because I am able to help people out with things they might not be able to do. Not only does it give me the opportunity to help them but to also form relationships with church members." — Haley

The Rent-A-Youth Program is a program for our students between the ages of 12 -18 years old who are interested in temporary, part-time jobs such as yard work, gardening, moving boxes, childcare, and other needs. This program is offered to help our students make extra money, and it also helps them acquire work experience and a sense of responsibility. During these jobs, our youth are accompanied by a parent/guardian. For additional information, please contact Kenny Cheshier, our minister of youth, at [email protected] or at 214-942-8601, ext. 305.

"Rent a youth jobs have been meaningful to me because I am able to help people out with things they might not be able to do. Not only does it give me the opportunity to help them but to also form relationships with church members." — Haley

The Rent-A-Youth Program is a program for our students between the ages of 12 -18 years old who are interested in temporary, part-time jobs such as yard work, gardening, moving boxes, childcare, and other needs. This program is offered to help our students make extra money, and it also helps them acquire work experience and a sense of responsibility. During these jobs, our youth are accompanied by a parent/guardian. For additional information, please contact Kenny Cheshier, our minister of youth, at [email protected] or at 214-942-8601, ext. 305.

Photos from Cliff Temple Baptist Church's post 07/14/2021

This is how children at Cliff Temple's CDC have dealt with the summer heat. Would you take some time to pray for the children at CDC and their families today?

07/13/2021

Our prayer time comes today, accidentally and joyfully, through our FB page of Cliff Temple en Español. Join us on this happy accident and pray together as one church.

Photos from Cliff Temple Baptist Church's post 07/13/2021

You may have seen or met Issiac, one of the security guards here at the church. Recently, Cliff Temple's CDC celebrated Issiac's birthday and thanked him for his diligent service. Would you pray for Issiac today? And if you see him any time in the next few days, make sure you thank him and wish him a happy birthday!

07/11/2021

Sunday Morning Worship 7/11/2021

"Koinonia in Christ"
Philippians 1:1-11
Dr. Todd Still preaching

07/09/2021

We are just a few days away from our VBS Bash. Make sure you RSVP at clifftemple.org/vbs!

We are just a few days away from our VBS Bash. Make sure you RSVP at clifftemple.org/vbs!

07/08/2021

The songs we sing in choir at church teach us to be kind to others. One time I sang a solo, "We must love one another," and Enoch and I hugged and we swayed together. We praised God together. We sing about Jesus because we want to praise Him. It makes me happy to praise God and to love Him forever.
— Madison

The songs we sing in choir at church teach us to be kind to others. One time I sang a solo, "We must love one another," and Enoch and I hugged and we swayed together. We praised God together. We sing about Jesus because we want to praise Him. It makes me happy to praise God and to love Him forever.
— Madison

07/07/2021

If you received the first Pfizer vaccine dose with us a few weeks ago, you can come back for your second dose this Friday between 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Please make sure you register online for an appointment that day. You can also register for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on that day. For any questions, please contact Pastor Kenny ([email protected]).

If you received the first Pfizer vaccine dose with us a few weeks ago, you can come back for your second dose this Friday between 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Please make sure you register online for an appointment that day. You can also register for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on that day. For any questions, please contact Pastor Kenny ([email protected]).

07/06/2021

Tuesday Prayer

Summer 2021 - Newsletter — Cliff Temple Baptist Church 07/06/2021

Summer 2021 - Newsletter — Cliff Temple Baptist Church

God has been faithful to us, even up to now. Now that we have the chance to see more people once again, we also see that though we could not be always together, God was always among us and working through us. You can read about some things we have seen God do in our church; please take some time to thank God for that. But as you read and learn from this newsletter, always remember that though we cannot always see it, hear it, and feel it, God is always on the move. Remember, God is always faithful.

www.clifftemple.org/our-stories/newsletter-summer2021

Summer 2021 - Newsletter — Cliff Temple Baptist Church God has been faithful to us, even up to now. Now that we have the chance to see more people once again, we also see that though we could not be always together, God was always among us and working through us. You can read about some things we have seen God do in our church; please take some time to

07/05/2021

A stormy afternoon gave way to a splendid soft-blue sky and a delightful evening on Rugged Drive, fellowshipping with new and old Cliff Temple friends.

Our wonderful hosts, Scott and Kristi Coleman, graciously opened their home and their hearts to a handful of Cliff Temple members in the first of many “Welcome Dinners.”

The young and old gathered around the dinner table for a pleasant evening of good food and delightful conversation.

I witnessed God’s Spirit move among this intimate gathering in the Coleman home tonight.

During the roundtable portion, we took turns with introductions, telling a little bit about ourselves: when we joined the church, what brought us to the church, aspects about our personal relationship with the Savior. Some even opened up and shared personal struggles but knew that these revelations would be met with kindness and prayer.

For myself, several new friends will be lifted up in prayer this week.

Many thanks go out to our church staff, especially to Trevor, Isa, and Kenny, for their participation, planning and leadership.

-Randall

A stormy afternoon gave way to a splendid soft-blue sky and a delightful evening on Rugged Drive, fellowshipping with new and old Cliff Temple friends.

Our wonderful hosts, Scott and Kristi Coleman, graciously opened their home and their hearts to a handful of Cliff Temple members in the first of many “Welcome Dinners.”

The young and old gathered around the dinner table for a pleasant evening of good food and delightful conversation.

I witnessed God’s Spirit move among this intimate gathering in the Coleman home tonight.

During the roundtable portion, we took turns with introductions, telling a little bit about ourselves: when we joined the church, what brought us to the church, aspects about our personal relationship with the Savior. Some even opened up and shared personal struggles but knew that these revelations would be met with kindness and prayer.

For myself, several new friends will be lifted up in prayer this week.

Many thanks go out to our church staff, especially to Trevor, Isa, and Kenny, for their participation, planning and leadership.

-Randall

07/04/2021

Morning Worship, 7/4/2021

"Our Citizenship"
Philippians 1:27-30; 3:15-21
Dr. Todd Still preaching

[07/02/21]   Recently, a friend of mine said something to me that bears repeating: “You assume everyone has a prayer life. You shouldn’t assume that.” Similarly, I assume that everyone prays for our church. If this is not a part of your daily prayer routine, I encourage you to begin praying for our church. Paul, in the Bible, prayed incredible prayers over churches in Thessalonica, Colossae, Ephesus, Rome, and Philippi.

You might be asking, “What should I pray for?”
Some examples could be:

-unity
-that God may give us His spirit of wisdom
-that we would bear His fruit in every work He calls us to
-that we would all increase in our knowledge of Him
-that He would give us His imagination and innovation
-that He would enlarge our territory, that His hand would be with each of us, and that He would keep us from evil
-that He would increase our relationships with others (neighbors, families, strangers, etc.)
-that we would have joy/fun together doing His work
-that everything done through our church would be through His power, and not our own
-that we would make more disciples of all ages, baptizing them in His name
-that He would do things so amazing through our church that we and others would know it could only come from Him
-that we would love everyone the way He loves us

I’m sure you can think of more that I didn’t mention. If so, pray that too. James 4:2-3 - "You do not have, because you do not ask. You ask and do not receive, because you ask wrongly, to spend it on your passions."

Charles Haddon Spurgeon wrote the following on October 9, 1859:

"The blessing may have come in larger measure than we know, but not in so large a measure as we might have expected, if the Spirit of God had been present with all the ministers. Oh would that we may live to see greater things than we have ever seen yet. Go home to your houses, humble yourselves before God, ye members of Christ's church, and cry aloud that he will visit his church, and that he would open the windows of heaven and pour out his grace upon his thirsty hill of Zion, that nations may be born in a day, that sinners may be saved by thousands—that Zion may travail and may bring forth children. Oh! there are signs and tokens of a coming revival."

Thank you for praying over our church today and in the days to come.

-Kenny

07/01/2021

Wednesday night youth meetings serve as a time to dig deep and reflect on God’s plan for each of us. Prayer is taught and encouraged which allows me to use what I learn throughout the week.

- Tabitha

Wednesday night youth meetings serve as a time to dig deep and reflect on God’s plan for each of us. Prayer is taught and encouraged which allows me to use what I learn throughout the week.

- Tabitha

06/30/2021

After the snowstorm that hit DFW earlier this year, we are heading to Fort Worth on July 24, 2021, to collaborate with Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo. Along with this wonderful church, Cliff Temple will assist in painting two of their buildings. If you have some experience with painting, please come be a part of this.

If you have any questions, or to confirm you will be there, please email Pastor Isa ([email protected]).

After the snowstorm that hit DFW earlier this year, we are heading to Fort Worth on July 24, 2021, to collaborate with Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo. Along with this wonderful church, Cliff Temple will assist in painting two of their buildings. If you have some experience with painting, please come be a part of this.

If you have any questions, or to confirm you will be there, please email Pastor Isa ([email protected]).

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