Davis Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship

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photo.jpgPastor Steve McHan

Pastor Steve McHan
Lay Pastor & Head Elder
Meeting Location 770 Pole Line Road (at the Pole Line Road Baptist Church)
Services Prayer and Bible study on Saturday at 3:00 PM
Worship service on Saturday at 4 PM
Group Study on Tuesday evening at 6:00pm. (Please call for location)
This Week's Speaker
Sermon's Title
Church Phone Number (530) 746 8849
Website [WWW]http://davisadventists.org/index.html
Mailing address P.O. Box 4155
Davis, CA 95617

The Davis Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship meets at the Pole Line Road Baptist Church each seventh-day of the week. They are affiliated with the [WWW]Woodside Seventh-day Adventist Church in Sacramento. The lesson study is held in the main sanctuary at 3:00 pm. The lesson study is open to questions and Bible-based opinions from the audience. The main service is held at 4 pm in the main sanctuary. There are often guest speakers from local area churches and organizations. A fellowship dinner follows the services weekly. All are welcome. Healthful vegan and vegetarian dishes are served.

Services are in English. The church offer personal Bible studies. For more information about Bible Study, call (530) 746 8849.

The Davis Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship opposed Proposition 19 which would have legalized marijuana in California. They also believe in abstaining from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs they deem harmful for the body.

Mission Statement

"To be a BLESSING to all the inhabitants of Davis
To proclaim the love of God to the inhabitants of Davis
To help them becoming a part of the family of God
To help them getting ready for the Imminent Return of the Lord Jesus-Christ"

The Fellowship's Thought of the Year

Why doesn't God always perform a miracle in presence of suffering, destruction, etc.?

God talking: "You are right. You are right my children are hurting. It is not easy to watch a child, your child, your son die. I know I watched mine die, and as He was stretched out on that cross, I wanted, I wanted to go down and change that; but I couldn’t because I love you and I wanted to save you.
I know it's not easy to watch your son die, but you are right, I could perform a miracle, I could heal.

But there is something you need to understand:
Every time I step in and perform a miracle I halt right there the process of the revelation of the character of sin and I allow Satan to keep marching around with a mask on his face, pointing at someone else and pointing at me as the cause.
Yes I could do it, but when I do, I stop the revelation of the character of sin.
And ultimately when I stop the revelation of the character of sin and Satan, I withhold from you information that you need to have in order to make a decision of who you are going to serve.
And when I withhold that information and keep you from making the decision, ultimately I am responsible for postponing my own coming.
I know it hurts, everywhere I look my children are crying out for deliverance and I can’t stand it, I’ve got to come down, I’ve got to put an end to this thing. But the only way I can put an end to it, is for you to decide who you are going to serve. And the only way you can decide is to have the facts, and so I have to step back and allow the character of sin to be shown in its fullness and then you will decide."


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2010-10-30 11:48:08   So is God omnipotent or not? The "Thought of the Year" passage makes it sound like God's power is severely limited. If God wants to do something, but cannot, then God is powerless. —BarnabasTruman

2011-01-12 15:25:17   Is it legal for a non-profit religious institution to endorse a political position? —JoePomidor

2011-02-14 11:34:51   yes, it is legal for a non-profit religious institution to endorse a political position AS LONG AS a candidate or a party is not endorsed. —Michael777

2011-02-14 11:38:19   To BarnabasTruman: welcome to Earth, the only planet in rebellion against God, and in which God does not do His will. Just look around, read the News and yes you will see that God's will is NOT done on earth. That's why the "Lord's Prayer" includes "May your will be done on earth as it is in heaven". If God's will was done on earth we would not need to pray for that! —Michael777

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