A Note from Pastor Randy
Roller Coaster
Don’t you feel that’s what life is? I t seems that things are looking up one day and we see a sense of normalcy returning and then BOOM… another month of safer at home, limited crowds, confusion with schools and ever-changing schedules. I know it is very frustrating and wearisome to all of us. The culture is acting out and politics are being played with our health and economy. Trouble, it seems, is everywhere.
But, we were told that we would have trouble…Jesus said it, “in this world you will have trouble.” But let’s look at the whole verse of where He says this: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace.” See that? Before Jesus mentions the trouble, He mentions the peace! Then following the statement about the trouble He says, “But take heart, I have overcome the world”!!! He has the trouble caged up with his peace and power! Church, let that sink in!! Stop thinking about what you are going do in these times but who are you going to TRUST?
I am taking John 16:33 to heart and I am going to “sandwich” my fear, trouble and worry between His peace and power! How does the peace and power find its way into our lives? Through His word: “These things I have told you.” Peace and Power are found in His Word. Fight fear and worry one page at a time! I hope you are reading and following the devotionals sent out daily. Reading through the Word together keeps us together during these uncertain times. This week in the preached word we will begin to look at the life of Moses. His life is fascinating as he converses with God, sees God’s power, and even receives His rebuke. The whole story continues to point ahead to THE GREATER MOSES.
Stay strong, stay in the Word!
Love you and pray for you daily,
Congregational Survey
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Churchwide Announcements
Reservations for August 9 Worship Services
We are excited to host on-campus worship on Sunday, August 9, 2020. In order to allow for the proper social distancing precautions, we are limiting the worship service to 75 attendees. To facilitate this and to avoid situations where we have to turn people away from church, please submit your church reservation.

**Please note that we will offer only one service at 10:30am on Sunday, August 9.**

To make your reservations, go to libertypark.org/reservations

In lieu of a bulletin, you can access the sermon notes at libertypark.org/notes
Sunday Services - Livestreaming on YouTube
You are still be able join us from the comfort of your home by logging onto the YouTube streaming service! Click here to join us and subscribe to our YouTube channel or check social media for updates.

You can also follow along with the sermon notes at libertypark.org/notes
How Can I Stay Informed?
We will update you regularly through the following channels:

Serve & Grow
Let’s Read the Bible Together
As we walk through this pandemic, we encourage you to join us as we take a break from the news and noise each day to focus our hearts on Jesus by reading through books of the Bible together, one chapter a day. 

#TCLPreads1Thessalonians #TCLPreads2Thessalonians
  • Wednesday, August 5 - 1 Thessalonians 3
  • Thursday, August 6 - 1 Thessalonians 4
  • Friday, August 7 - 1 Thessalonians 5
  • Saturday, August 8 - Review/Catch Up
  • Sunday, August 9 - Worship with TCLP
  • Monday, August 10 - 2 Thessalonians 1
  • Tuesday, August 11 - 2 Thessalonians 2
  • Wednesday, August 12 - 2 Thessalonians 3

To view short video devotions, given by staff and church members, on the daily readings, click here.
Prayer List
Everyone can participate by praying! The prayer list is always available to view on the church website. The password is pray. You can submit requests through this simple form, or you can email Carol.

And please send us updates! We love to praise the Lord for answered prayer and continue to rejoice and pray with you.
Serve Opportunity from the Missions Committee
You can help supply the children of Mark's Village with school supplies through their wishlist. You may purchase the supplies online, deliver in person, or deliver to the church before the deadline. Click here for more details.
Children & Student Ministry Updates
Student Ministry Updates
Tonight, Wednesday, August 5 from 6:00-8:00pm, we are planning to meet at the Vallely home. Mr. Vallely and Pastor Clint will be grilling hotdogs and hamburgers for the students so dinner will be provided this week! 

Important Announcement: Mark your calendars!
Sunday, August 16 at 4:00pm, we are planning to have a parent meeting as we kick off the fall! This is a very important meeting! It would be great if at least 1 parent of each family could be at this meeting! We will go over the calendar and talk about who we are as a youth ministry, what we are about, and why we do what we do!

For more information or the address, contact Pastor Clint Barthel at clint.barthel@libertypark.org or call 256-345-6787.
Giving Reminders
Your Generosity Helps to Continue Our Mission
Thank you for your support of The Church at Liberty Park. Your generosity helps us continue our mission of glorifying God and making disciples by inviting our community to enjoy fulfilling lives in Christ. Below are a few reminders about giving options.
  • Give Online: www.libertypark.org/give
  • Text to Give: Text TCLP to 73256 to give using your text messaging. Standard text messaging rates may apply.
  • Give by Check: Please make checks payable to: The Church at Liberty Park and mail to: 12001 Liberty Parkway, Vestavia Hills, AL 35242.
Offerings Received
Offerings Received
  • July 1-31, 2020 - $92,922
  • July 2019 - $91,610

  • YTD 2020 - $708,662
  • YTD 2019 - $690,630
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