Celebrate Father’s Day at GPBC! – June 17, 2018 11am

Posted in GPBC Events, Pastor's Notes

Not long ago I read these words describing a dad:

A dad is a mender of toys, and a leader of boys. 
He’s a changer of fuses, and a healer of bruises. 
He’s a mover of couches, and a soother of ouches. 
He’s a pounder of nails, and a teller of tales. 
He’s a dryer of dishes, and a fulfiller of wishes.

Yes, a dad is a lot of things when it comes to being a father…but at GPBC we think Dad’s are Special!

God commands us to honor our fathers! Exodus 20:12. This Sunday at 11 am we will celebrate Father’s Day and honor every father present here at GPBC.

We also have a special gift for every Dad that attends this Sunday!

Our Teen Department will serve every dad present a frosty root beer float!

Please invite your Dad to be with you if he is able. If not please invite any father that you can and make this Sunday a day that he will remember in eternity!

I look forward to seeing you Sunday!


Pastor Rick Adams

God bless!


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“All gave some, but some gave all!” – Memorial Day Recognition This Sunday

Posted in E-News Alert, Pastor's Notes

“All gave some, but some gave all!”

This Sunday GPBC will Honor WW II US Airforce SMSgt Robert V. Rogers

President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men and women have died to win them.”

Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service.

Memory is a tricky thing.  Some things we have to work at not forgetting such as birthdays and anniversaries.

But may we never forget freedom isn’t free!  Veterans are a symbol of what makes our nation great, and we must never forget all they have done to ensure our freedom.

Sadly those men and women that served in WW II are quickly passing away. According to US Department of Veterans Affairs statistics, 558,000 of the 16 million Americans who served in World War II were alive in 2017. That number is believed to have dropped by another 50,000 in 2018.

General George S. Patton once said, “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.”

We have in GPBC one of those WW II veterans who is still living among us. It is SMSgt. Bob Rogers. He served in WW II from 1941 and retired from the military in 1973.

This Sunday we will honor him with a beautifully framed certificate expressing our gratitude and appreciation for his service to our country and for the preservation of our freedom.

Please make plans to be with us this Sunday morning at 11 AM as we celebrate Memorial Day at GPBC!

An unknown patriot said, “Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.”

To those in uniform still serving today and to those who have served in the past, we want to honor and say thank you for the high price that was paid!  Remember “All gave some, but some gave all!”

God bless!

Pastor Rick Adams



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Posted in Camp Northwest, GPBC Events

Camp Northwest is coming soon!  

(View/Download Brochure Here)

Please note:  Registration is completed in 2 sections:  

FIRST:  Please complete the Camp Northwest Online Registration.  (Be sure to apply for any scholarships when registering.)

SECOND: Please complete the GPBC Permission & Payment form for the appropriate week of camp listed below.  (If you are not ready to pay right now, you can select “Pay by Invoice”, but please complete the form.)

Junior Week – July 9-14 – GPBC Permission & Payment Form

Senior Week – August 6-11 – GPBC Permission & Payment Form

We will be leaving from the church on Monday around 10:30AM, and return on Saturday around 2:30PM.  (Please ensure camper has eaten prior to departure time on Monday.  We will provide lunch on the way home from camp on Saturday.)

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Father & Son Campout – June 1-2

Posted in E-News Alert, GPBC Events

Men, it’s time to break out the camping gear, untangle the fishing line, gather the lawn chairs and get registered for the Father & Son Campout, June 1-2, 2018!

This great adventure for men and boys is at the beautiful Milo McIver State Park, just outside Estacada.

Friday the fun starts as we set up camp, and enjoy a BIG STEAK DINNER with all the trimmings!  A fireside challenge accompanied by singing, testimonies & roasted marshmallows will follow, and Saturday, June 2 is Free Fishing Day in Oregon (no fishing license required), and we will have a full breakfast for everyone to enjoy!

The cost is just $15 per person (if registered by May 13).  One day tickets for either Friday or Saturday is just $8 per person (if registered by May 13).

**Special Opportunity** If you would like to stay an extra day, the campground is available on Thursday, May 31 for an additional $5 per person (bring your own food).

Register today and plan for a great weekend of food, fun, fishing and fellowship!

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