Posted: April 26, 2019
In our study, The Bible and You, we will now consider three major themes in the Bible. Today we focus on Dispensations. These are various ways that God tried to reach man. In these dispensations we will also see other profound themes of scripture such as, salvation by grace, damnation, the love of God and more.
Posted: April 24, 2019
Can you believe it? April 25 at 6:30pm will be our final night of Awana! We are going to have a great time playing games, giving out awards and celebrating all the accomplishments by the clubbers throughout the year with ICE CREAM! Parents, we invite you to stay with us on this very special last night!https://www.capebaptist.org/events/last-awana-night-ice-cream-party
Posted: April 23, 2019
Here Solomon is in despair in life for everything is vanity and vexation of spirit. “Under the sun” both the good and the bad suffer so. What’s the Point?” Under the sun it seems that either way you lose. If you are goo or of you ae bad you will suffer! But that is not true with thinking that is focused “above the sun!” Let us learn to have our thinking focused on God for then we win even in our suffering.
Posted: April 17, 2019
You and your family are invited to join us for a free breakfast this Sunday, April 21, at 9:30am, followed by our Easter Celebration service at 11:00am. Bring your whole family for this special time!http://www.capebaptist.org/events/easter-breakfast
Posted: April 16, 2019
Solomon continues his study under the sun. He notes that every man will eventually die just like an animal, so what’s the point? Life is filled with injustices and they add to the burdens of life. But he remembers that one day God will judge. So it is that life under the sun is discouraging. Let us learn from this message to see life “above the sun!”
Posted: April 9, 2019
This passage sets forth 14 contrasting events common to men on earth. 14 are positive things and 14 are negative things. Thus, these events cancel out each other and the net result is zero or “What’s the Point?” Solomon still searches for purpose with “under the sun” thinking. But man must realize that life apart from God is meaningless. Therefore the dead ends of life are to cause man to keep looking until he finds the only source of purpose and meaning and that is life with God!
Posted: April 4, 2019
Tonight, April 4th, is Water Night at AWANA! Come ready to have a lot of super-special fun during Game Time, and remember to bring a towel! We will still be having Book Time and Lesson Time, so be ready to polish off those sections! We can't wait to see you at 6:30pm!
Posted: April 2, 2019
VBS - "Giddyup Junction" is going to be a great experience as we take God's love to new frontiers!
Looking for the coolest week-long summer camp for kids? Your children will have a great time playing games, singing songs, doing lots of crafts and activities and especially learning about the Bible! We are giving away a lot of prizes! Register now for this exciting week! Free T-shirt for the first 75 in the door on Monday, June 10.
Important:If your child is currently finishing their 6th grade year in school, they are still welcome to attend!
• Dates: June 10th - 14th
• Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
• Ages: 4 Years old to 6th Grade
This event is FREE!
Fill in this form to register your child(ren) for Vacation Bible School: https://www.capebaptist.org/vbs
Posted: April 2, 2019
Solomon has tried many things and succeeded at many things in a search to find fulfillment in this life. He found all of them to be vanity and vexation of spirit. But his thinking is “under the sun.” Therefore he concludes that man may as well make the most of life for there is no point to life. But with thinking “above the sun” a person sees God and there he can find satisfaction and purpose for life!
Posted: March 26, 2019
Solomon continues his pursuit of purpose and satisfaction in this life. He tries his hand at Worldly Wisdom and Folly. He succeeded at these only to find them vanity and vexation. He also notes that everyone is going to die, “So what’s the point of life?”
Posted: March 19, 2019
Ecclesiastes 2:1-11 really need no commentary. They are so very clear. Solomon tried many things in life from laughter to buildings to servant and to wealth. He succeeded in acquiring these things only to find that they were vanity and vexation of spirit. Such is life apart from God.
Posted: March 15, 2019
In this part 2 we see the sin that brought defeat is dealt with. God miraculously exposed the guilty party. That one man had a profound effect on his family and also the whole nation of Israel. Let us always remember that sin has dire consequences.
Posted: March 12, 2019
Solomon sees the vanity and vexation of life under the sun. He will try many things to find purpose and fulfillment in life. Here he tries earthly wisdom and knowledge. But he succeeds in such learning and he concludes that it is vanity and vexation of spirit.
Posted: March 8, 2019
Do we really appreciate the seriousness of sin? God is so serious about sin that he allowed Israel to be defeated in battle because of sin. Even today God is serious about sin hence we would do well to learn from this event in the history of Israel.
Posted: March 6, 2019
We look forward to seeing you at tonight's mid-week Bible Study at 7pm! Have you missed one of our services? Be sure to listen to the latest audio messages from Pastor Holler at https://www.capebaptist.org/listen
Posted: February 27, 2019
Don't miss the Awana Grand Prix WEIGH IN THIS THURSDAY, February 28th @ 6:30pm in Awana.
Posted: February 26, 2019
This message is the Introduction to Ecclesiastes. This book is King Solomon’s search for meaning and purpose in life. He used all his great resources and concluded that serving God was the purpose of life and everything else was vanity and vexation of spirit.
Posted: February 7, 2019
Tables are starting to fill up for our Ladies' Winter Tea & Luncheon! If you haven't already reserved your seat, please do so by Saturday, Feb. 16th. This is a fun, free event for ladies of all ages that you won't want to miss! Register online at: www.capebaptist.org/tea or by calling the church at 239.242.8022
Posted: January 18, 2019
Ladies of all ages are invited to join us for a delightful afternoon! You will be treated to a special lunch, desserts, and a beautiful program, plus many more surprises. Don't miss this very special event! Seating is limited so be sure to RSVP: https://www.capebaptist.org/tea
Posted: January 11, 2019
This is the last in the series, Life Lived: Focused or Frenzied? Therefore, we conclude with Simplicity. Let us live a simple life serving God. Jesus was simple yet profound in His ministry. John the Baptist was also a simple man in his ministry and God blessed his obedience. Let us learn to be simple in our obedience to Him and He will bless our labors.
Posted: December 28, 2018
We really do have many things coming our way that need our attention. Some things are urgent, and some are important. But when do we do these things? In this study we note that God does things In His Time and Jesus did things In His Time. Therefore we must also do things In His Time.
Posted: December 21, 2018
Too often believers get impatient when they wait for God. In that impatience they tend to get busy and they try to make things happen. But waiting for God is doing something. When God does not tell us what to do then that must be recognized as the answer. We are not to do anything! This message helps us to wait on God.
Posted: December 14, 2018
It is possible for believers to be so busy doing good things that they become negligent of doing the things that are supposed to do. They have lost their focus, and this ought not to be. This message helps us keep our focus and doing the things that God wants us to do.
Posted: December 4, 2018
Follow me are familiar words to all believers. Jesus called the disciples with these words. He still calls His people today, Follow Me. This command is still valid for every believer even as the days of his Christian life pass. Follow me takes on greater meaning in our latter days. The experiences of life bring deeper meaning as we know better just what it means to Follow Me.
Posted: December 1, 2018
Our Christmas Concert is only one week away! Invite your friends, family and neighbors to join us at our Christmas Concert! This year we have two performances, Saturday, December 8, at 6pm and Sunday, December 9, at 11am. Our adult and children's choirs will be celebrating the birth of Jesus in song! It's free - bring the whole family!
Posted: November 27, 2018
Christians are to be thankful all the time. Yet it is wonderful that we, as a nation, set aside a day each year to reflect on all of our blessings and express our thanks to God. This message explores several ways to express our thanks based on Psalm 116.