Church News and Resources
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The Personal Evangelism Seminar is scheduled for February 3 & 4. Please make plans to attend.
The Fifth Annual GROW dinner will be February 19th at 6:00. Those wishing to attend the dinner should sign up on bulletin board. There is a seperate sign up sheet for youth that would like to serve. Please sign up today!
Men’s business / budget meeting on February 12 after the congregation potluck
Secret Sisters- new forms are on the table in the foyer. Please return to Becky when complete. Names will be drawn January 29th.
Ladies Class on February 15th.
Family and Friends
Jim Wray has started physical therapy and continues to recover at home.
Kathy Eady is awaiting follow-up after her MRI. She appears to have 5 bulging disks and a lesion. She has a follow-up appointment on February 10.
Dwight Kibby’s surgery went well. He is awaiting result on the lymph node biopsy.
Kay Stoll is home recovering from back surgery and Sam Stoll had a kidney stone procedure on Friday.
Della Jernigan– Began cancer treatments on 1/11/23. After treatments, she will have surgery.
Richard Nelson– (Rebecca Billington’s father) is recovering well from a stroke.
John Short – cancer. Now home.
Tandi Carrol – breast cancer; more advanced than initially thought.
Robyn Pierce – recovering from surgery after having cancer removed.
Julie Bingham (Barbara Brewster’s sister) – health continuing to decline.
Privileged to Serve
“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
-2 Timothy 2:15
(It is my hope that if anyone who reads this ever runs across these statements and verses taken out of context that you might be able to recall the proper context and point out what the Bible actually says concerning these matters) Sadly, there are many people...
A man stands before us whose body is riddled with scars and is broken down with the years of a hard life. Not hard because immorality reigned within his life, but hard because people did not like what he had to say. It is because of his words that he bears those scars...
(Matthew 18:3) What would you do?.....you make the choice. Don't look for a punch line, there isn't one. Read it anyway. My question is: Would you have made the same choice? The Situation At a fundraising dinner for a school that serves children with learning...