Nick Ebert Funeral at CCJ (Details)

742_0000171556Tuesday Visitation:
Tuesday, January 21: 2 to 8 p.m.
Christian Church of Jasper, 1450 Energy Drive, Jasper, IN 47546

Wednesday Visitation:
Wednesday, January 22: 9 to 10 a.m.
Christian Church of Jasper, 1450 Energy Drive, Jasper, IN 47546

Wednesday Service:
Wednesday, January 22: 10 a.m.
Christian Church of Jasper, 1450 Energy Drive, Jasper, IN 47546

Nicholas L. Ebert, 27, of Huntingburg, Ind., died at 1:40 a.m. on Saturday (January 18, 2014) at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper.

He was born on December 16, 1986 in Memphis, TN to Harley and Patricia (Fritz) Ebert.

Nick worked as a sales professional at Jasper Engines and Transmissions.

He was a member of the Olympic Heights High School class of 2005 in Boca Raton, Florida and of the Christian Church of Jasper.

He was an athlete and enjoyed many sports, including, golf, baseball, softball, and basketball.

Surviving are his father, Harley Ebert and his wife Monica, Newnan, Ga. His sister, Tara Ebert, and her fiancé, Michael Firestone, Miami, Fla. His brother, Tyson Ebert and his fiancée, Rachel Rogers, Brooklyn, New York. His step-brother, Austin Towler, Newnan, Ga. His maternal grandmother, Lillian Fritz, St. Anthony, Ind. and paternal grandfather, Tony Ebert, Ferdinand, Ind. Also surviving is his girlfriend, Allie Fleck, Jasper, Ind.

Preceding him in death are his mother, Patricia Ebert, his maternal grandfather, Lawrence Fritz, and his paternal grandmother, Hilda Ebert.

Funeral services for Nicholas L. Ebert will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at the Christian Church of Jasper, with burial to follow in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Schnellville, Indiana. CCJ Senior Minister Darrel Land will officiate.

Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, January 21, at the Christian Church of Jasper and from 9 to the 10 a.m. service time at the church on Wednesday.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Christian Church of Jasper.

Online condolences may be made at

Art Of Marriage Conference at CCJ

CCJ is pleased to be hosting The Art Of Marriage conference on February 14 and 15. We will be getting to the heart of God’s design for marriage (in case you are worried, there will be no group discussions at this conference).

Join us Friday, Feb. 14 from 7 to 9:30 (treats will be served before the start of the conference at 6:15 to 7 p.m.) and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $40 per couple (pay by check at the gray boxes at CCJ’s Information Center and note ‘Art Of Marriage’ in the memo line). Scholarships are available. Child care is available for Friday’s session only.

Registration deadline is January 26. REGISTER HERE NOW.

More details: The Art of Marriage Event is a video experience designed for married and engaged couples. The event consists of six video sessions that will be hosted at CCJ on a Friday night and Saturday in Worship Center B. These videos combine dramatic stories, real-life testimonies, expert interviews, humorous vignettes and other teaching methods to lay out God’s design for marriage in a fresh, engaging way.

Guests attending the event are each provided a manual with projects to help them apply the principles taught in each session, augmented by dozens of articles and additional content to help them dive deeper. Included in your payment are: materials, child care (Friday only), and lunch on Saturday.

The event will be facilitated by Don Fortner.

When? Friday, Feb. 14 (7 to 9:30 p.m.) and Saturday, Feb. 15 (8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.).
Where? CCJ.

CCJ’s Associate Minister Heading to Ben Davis Christian Church

From CCJ’s Associate Minister Ryan Heathco:

RyanHeathcoFor a season of ministry, I have served you as a minister at Christian Church of Jasper. However, this season of ministry is ending. This ending is the beginning of a new season of ministry as the Lead Minister of Ben Davis Christian Church.

In February 2008, I arrived at Christian Church of Jasper. The size of the church has changed in more ways than one. However, one thing has not: The mission and vision of Christian Church of Jasper.

I support the mission and vision of the church — from the decision to restructure the eldership to the decision to have one church in multiple locations. Most of all, to resume the construction of the worship center and reach 24,000 unreached men and women.

I have more admiration for the elders of Christian Church of Jasper than ever before, and I feel more support than ever before. And I want to thank the men who lead this church and my family. You are God’s workmen, thank you for investing in me for six years.

Most of all, I want to thank Darrel Land. Darrel has been my greatest teacher. I would follow him anywhere and do anything for him. Darrel, you have taught me lessons that I would have never learned without you. Thank you for being my mentor and friend.

To all of you — you are my joy. Lynn and I will miss you, and while we hope to see you again soon, let me simply say this, if Jesus is who He says He is and does all that He has promised, then we will have all eternity to catch up and make up for lost time.

With All the Love in the World,

Ryan D. Heathco

Listen to the announcement at the end of the Jan. 12, 2014 sermon.


From CCJ:

We are excited about this opportunity for Ryan and the future of Ben Davis Christian Church. We are all a part of God’s Kingdom and know that God determines the times and places which we live and He has called Ryan to BDCC in Indianapolis.

Ryan will be with CCJ for the remainder of January and will begin at Ben Davis in February. CCJ Senior Minister Darrel Land will take much of the sermon schedule for the near future with CCJ Youth Minister Drew Thurman preaching a bit more often. More details will be coming soon.

“The State Of CCJ Address” Sermon Video

Sunday’s (Jan. 5, 2014) predicted bad weather led us to cancel our 11:15 a.m. service. Because of the cancellation and bad conditions that were predicted, many missed this important message. You can check it out now via our YouTube Channel.

Watch above in the embedded video or GO HERE.

DO OVER: CCJ’s First Sermon Series of 2014

Who wouldn’t like a chance to do over an embarrassing outburst, a rash decision, or a bad choice? Frankly, we could use a do over of our entire lives.

This study from the Book of Romans shows you that, while you can’t make the change, Jesus can do over your life.

CCJ’s Community Groups will be following the sermon series in studies designed for small groups. The series will last from January 12 to February 16.

When? Sundays. 8:45, 10, 11:15 a.m.
Where? Worship Center B at CCJ.

Listen to past sermons at the SERMON PAGE.

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