The life of Jesus Christ forms the life of the Church. Even our calendar can become a thought taken captive for Christ, so that our lives are focused, not on the events of the world, but the cycle of anticipation for His coming, His virgin birth, God’s revelation of His Son to the world, Christ’s passion, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension into heaven; and the anointing of the Church at Pentecost to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. These are the new rhythms of life, the “marking time,” for believers. And each and every first day of the week, “The Lord’s Day,” becomes a one-in-seven memorial, not only Creation, but Re-Creation through our resurrection God and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our ministers will follow the church calendar—not slavishly, but, we hope wisely—because that is a significant aid in our overall program of bringing spiritual healing to the human soul, families, and our community.