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On Mission to Care for Parents

Many of us are extending care to our aging parents in a variety of ways. For some of us, this care may mean bringing our parents to this area so that we can better attend to their needs.

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On Mission Within Our Church Family

I read a story today about a man who was about 75 years old. He has developed dementia. He and his wife attend the church that they have attended for about ten years. This gentleman still attends the monthly men’s breakfast. Not too long ago, he indicated that he had something to say at the breakfast. He stood. For about two minutes, he spoke a string of incoherent sentences. The men at the breakfast leaned forward, fixed their eyes upon him, and listened respectfully.

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On Mission to Welcome Others Into the Imperfect Fray of Our Lives

This week I’d like to welcome you into the home and family of Steven and Amy King. Amy King is a Kentucky Wildcats girl by birth, a Western Kentucky girl by degree, and a Carolina girl by choice. She and Steven met during freshman orientation in college and since marrying after graduation have lived in Northern Virginia (twice!) and Chiang Mai, Thailand, as overseas correspondents for the International Mission Board.

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On Mission Through Hospitality

I want to encourage everyone as I have been encouraged by the evidences of hospitality in our midst. I hesitate to call attention to individuals, as there are many who are faithfully and diligently and quietly practicing hospitality in their neighborhoods and beyond.

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Roll Credits

For this, the final post from this blog, the “we” is going to change to “I” – this last post is not written by the “building committee,” but from my own viewpoint, myself – Emily Williams. I’m doing this in order to express some personal observations and thoughts, and recognize some people from the project who have meant something to me, personally, as we have worked together. I hope you will stay in your seat all the way to the end of the credits for this movie!

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Counting Down

It is just amazing to see all that has been happening this past week. The chapel ceiling and flooring and trim, the ceiling tiles in the chapel lobby and connector, flooring downstairs, classroom carpeting, a second (final) coat of paint in many areas … the place is being transformed. Many little things are being done, too, such as putting the faceplates on the light switches and outlets.

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Mark Your Calendars

This week we had confirmation from our contractor of something they had told us two weeks ago, that we have been sitting on … *drum roll* Mark your calendars for December 16 for a dedication and open house for the new building! Hooray! More details will come soon about what that event will involve – you won’t want to miss it!

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The Finish Line Is In Sight… Almost

Those of you who have been following this process know that we have been awaiting news of an official date for our certificate of occupancy: we can’t tell you yet what that date will be, but we are closer than we ever have been to being able to announce it.

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A Recap of 2019 Night to Shine Prom for Teens/Adults with Special Needs

As all the glitter and confetti settles from February 8, I am so grateful looking back at this year’s Night to Shine. We saw more than 130 guests with special needs and 75 caregivers come onto our campus that night. During this time we were able to model the love of Christ by showing his love and acceptance of all people. I truly believe that our dance floor and red carpet that night was just a small glimpse of what heaven may look like-everyone celebrating together.

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An International Thanksgiving Dinner with a Side of the Gospel

Our annual International Harvest Celebration proved to be a great evening of enjoying food and friendship once again. Over 400 international friends from our community joined us as we hosted a Thanksgiving meal in the sanctuary followed by a casual after-party in the Commons. We shared stories of harvest celebrations from different cultures, told a brief history of the first Thanksgiving, and shared the life-giving message of the gospel. And the food was amazing!

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From Gas Pump to the Gospel

Inviting International Friends to a Thanksgiving Celebration Opens Doors The faith-sharing opportunity began at a gas station with a simple question: “Do you know how to pump gas?” It wasn’t a meeting I was expecting, to see another woman’s face poking between the...

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2018 Book Drive Recap

Thanks to everyone who donated books and time for our 2018 Book Drive! Our two benefactors were ecstatic with the results. Book Harvest received 1002 books for local kids. Christian Library International received...

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2018 Backpack & Food Drive Recap

Thanks to all who donated supplies and time for our annual backpack and food drive for Githens Middle School. Volunteers were able to pack up and deliver 90 backpacks overflowing with food to Githens Middle School this...

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So thankful for CHBC! We love being a part of this community. We started attending and joined shortly after moving to Chapel Hill and getting married in 2016. The Lord has greatly used CHBC and our life group to grow our marriage and our individual walks with the Lord. So thankful for our family here!

April Sawyer

April Sawyer
Service Coordinator

I take my kids here and they love it. Staff are very welcoming and there is a great mom's Bible study which I truly enjoy. You really feel the love there.

Daisy Jowi

Daisy Jowi
Mother

MY WIFE & I FOUND CHBC THROUGH A GOOGLE SEARCH AND AFTER ATTENDING REGULARLY FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS WE HAVE FOUND OUR CHURCH HOME. THE PREACHING IS BIBLICAL, EXEGETICAL, AND GOSPEL-CENTRIC. ONE OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS ABOUT THE CHURCH IS THE INTERNATIONAL ASPECT, WITH SERVICES AND CLASSES HELD IN SPANISH AND MANDARIN.

Will Goldsmith

Will Goldsmith
Young Married

I love Chapel Hill Bible Church! I found the church shortly after moving to Chapel Hill and quickly became a member, and never looked back. If you are looking for a church in the area that loves Jesus, the Word, and the Triangle, this is the place!

Mary McManamy

Mary McManamy
Chemistry Professor

This church has blessed me by keeping me spiritually and theologically honest. Their college program is phenomenal and there are many ways to get involved in the mission.

Zane Geiser

Zane Geiser
College Student

Bible Church has truly been a blessing to me! So thankful for everyone in their graciousness to us. The teaching here Is filled with a strong presence of the Lord.

Pam Cross

Pam Cross
Long-Time Member

I have been a member of this church for 32 years and have never considered going to any other church. My five children were raised and baptized at CHBC.

Karen Casey

Karen Casey
School Teacher

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