Timberwood Church

Outreach, Spiritual Formation and Leadership

Timberwood Church is a Bible-based, outreach-oriented church designed to help people experience

God’s goodness in their lives. Through teaching and worship, we seek to make the timeless

truth of the Bible relevant for everyday life.  

The purpose of Timberwood Church is to honor God by making more disciples for Jesus Christ.

Worshipping, serving, celebrating—together.

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Vacation Bible School 2021

"Timber Time" Registration

Join us this Summer for Timber Time!  We are so excited for you to join us in learning about God's love and building on his promises. 

Mark your calendars for the Timberwood Church Vacation Bible School, July 12 - July 15, 6-8 p.m. We welcome children ages 4 to 5th grade (Fall 2021).  

Please use the links provided to register:

Student Registration: Here

Volunteer Registration: Here

Letter for June 10, 2021

  • Bring Someone to Jesus

    My friend Joy said, “I wanna be someone who brings someone to Jesus.”


    We get a new car and people ask us about it.  Some, if they are passionate, become very passionate in describing how much they enjoy their new mode of transportation.  We experience a new restaurant in which the mood, the food and frivolity all receive top marks, naturally we tell about our meal.   We discover the crappies are biting and we immediately let the whole county know.  Ok, I’ve pushed a little too far, no one lets that cat out of the bag.  But I think you get the sense, many things in life are meant to be shared.  And I would argue the best thing in life is no different.  


    Early in the Bible, God has this radical encounter with Abram (later to be known as Abraham).  This is long before the Promised Land and Jacob and Sons, who will be known as the Israelites.  God tells Abram that “he will be blessed” and “in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.”  There is something powerful being introduced here.  The blessing of God is not designed to dead end in a person’s life; the blessing of God is designed to flow through a person’s life to other people’s lives.


    Later in the Bible, Paul writes, “if you are Christ’s, then you are Abraham’s offspring, heirs according to the promise.” (Galatians 3:29) --the blessing of God reaching its zenith in Jesus Christ.  


    All four gospels record Simon and Andrew becoming followers/disciples of Jesus.  But only John adds the unique piece of information that Andrew heard about Jesus first, and immediately went to his brother Simon (Peter/Cephas).  Someone else brought one of the most significant voices in the New Testament to Jesus.  


    That’s been the model ever since:  people coming in contact with Jesus Christ, because someone brought them to Jesus.  It’s how I got connected to Jesus, high probability that it is how you got connected to Jesus.  Think about a life with Christ, eternity with the same, because someone introduced us to Jesus.  


    Repeat after me, if you dare, “I wanna be someone who brings someone to Jesus.”


    This Sunday we’ll be talking about Jesus.  It would be a perfect time to invite a friend, a neighbor.  It would be a perfect time to be a someone who brings someone to Jesus.   


    We start registration for students and volunteers for Vacation Bible School this weekend.  The theme is Timber Time.  The dates are July 12-15th.  It’s the perfect event for a kid who is invited by you.  


    Peace to you,



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