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Wednesday night Bible study was led by Steven Wilkerson from I Kings 2:12-24 and I Chronicles 3:5, about Bathsheba. This finished the study on the four women in the lineage of Christ, Ruth, Bathsheba, Rahab and Tamar. We then started the study on “Prayer” from Psalm 34 and 113, Job 38-42 and Revelations 5:11-14, the Prayer of Praise.
Sunday morning we had 34 in attendance. Norma Jones opened the service with Psalms 148:1-7. Linda Roberts led Sunday school from Jeremiah 20:11-21:7. Special singing was by Lena Hutchison, Bevy Moore and Jeff and Lora Hubbard. Pastor Gary brought the morning message from Colossians 2:6-7, “The Walk”. Special tribute was given to all the grandparents for Grandparent’s Day. Pastor Gary and Bevy Moore took their grandparents, Lee and Nora Hunsaker-Williams, to lunch for Grandparent’s Day.
Tabitha, Raylee and Caydee Burton took Pastor Gary and Bevy Moore out for supper Saturday night for Grandparent’s Day.
Sunday afternoon Pastor Gary and Bevy visited Wanda Moore, Agnes Uhlman and Marie Long at the nursing home.
Sunday evening special singers were Betty Hale, Bernie and Lena Hutchison and Bevy Moore.
Pastor Gary brought the evening message (part 2 from Colossians 2:6-8 about “Humanism” and how it rejects our personal God.
Visitors of Pastor Gary and Bevy Moore this week were Connie Holloway, Chad Emmerson and daughter, Rick Workman, Royce Page (we appreciate you guys for all your help) Tabitha, Raylee and Caydee Burton and Sue Fitzpatrick.
Special prayer goes out to the James Tabor family, Brenden Hood, Marvin Graham, Don Graham, Wayne Applequist, Marie Long and Loretta Ellis.
Our church is located at the corner of N.W. 6th Ave. and 7th St. Service times are Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Next Sunday, the 19th, will be the third Sunday dinner, baptizing and singing in the evening service. Everyone welcome.
Gary Moore is the pastor and can be reached at 417-683-6547.
Remember to say, “God, your will be done, not mine” a hundred times a day!