SUNDAY NIGHT OUTREACH - Sunday Night Outreach is back on! Come out the the Paradox Indoor Skate Park (located at 305 New York Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830) from 5:30-7:30pm to see what changes have been made to the outreach project and how you can get involved.

FAMILY SUNDAY - The last Sunday of every month is Family Sunday. Children from N2Y and Identity ministries will be joining us for the morning service. We are also continuing to promote Think Orange, so make sure to wear your best orange!

EARLY CHILDHOOD PARENTS FELLOWSHIP EVENT - If you are a parent of a child that is an infant through 4th grade, come join the Parent Fellowship Night. Let's connect with each other and get to know those that we worship with every Sunday. If you have any questions, see Heather.

SMOKE FREE CAMPUS - Heritage Fellowship is a smoke-free campus!


SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE @ 10:30 AMJoin us for great music and a message that will encourage and challenge you. In addition to our main worship service, we have excellent ministry opportunities for children from birth through 7th grade.

PARADOX SUNDAY NIGHT OUTREACH - Sunday Night Community Service will be @ the Paradox Indoor Skate Park (located at 305 New York Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830) from 5:30-7:30pm.

LIFE GROUPS - Our life groups will follow the Weekly Discipleship Guide. Life Group Opportunities include Sunday @ 5:00 pm and Wednesday @ 6:30 pm.

PRAYER WARRIORS - Prayer Warriors meet at Heritage every Friday morning at 9:00 am to seek God's face in unified prayer for families, our church, the community, and nation.

FLARE - A youth-based Bible Study led by students on Sunday afternoons after lunch in the church lobby.

YOUNG ADULT GROUP - A college student-based Bible Study held on Friday nights from 6-10pm in the Sanctuary at Heritage. Anyone ages 18-25 (must be graduated from high school) are welcome.

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July 14 – 20


Memory Verse

And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us an understanding, that we may know Him who is true; and we are in Him who is true, in His Son Jesus Christ.

1 John 5:20


Daily Bible Reading

Monday, July 14 – 1 John 2:3

Tuesday, July 15 – 1 John 2:5

Wednesday, July 16 – 1 John 2:6

ThursdayJuly 17 – 1 John 3:1

Friday, July 18 –  1 John 3:11

Saturday, July 19 – 1 John 3:18


Bible Reading Guide

When you read through the Epistles of John (1,2,3 John), you discover that John has a lot to say about knowledge. Repeatedly, John emphasizes that “we know” truth. The self-revelation of Jesus found in the Gospel according to John comes to mind. Jesus is “the Way, the Truth and the Life”. John is serious about reminding us that we can know Jesus and that when we know Jesus it shows in the way we love one another and our faithfulness to God’s commandments.


Questions for Reflection and Response

  1. Read 1 John. How many times do you read the words “we know”? According to John, What are some of things “we know”?
  2. Read 1 John 4:1-6. How does what you “know” affect your ability to develop discernment.
  3. Read 2 John (verse 10). How concerned are you about what you let into your “house”. Broaden the question to include your “life” instead of your physical dwelling. Consider what you let in your “life” through media and talk about how you make decisions about content and time you spend putting things in your life.
  4.  Read 3 John (verse 11). How are we tempted to “imitate evil”? How do we develop habits that encourage us to “imitate good”?


Family Discussion

Talk about how you “know” Jesus.


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