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Several prayer concerns were shared as we began our service. Among those were Warren, the Brown Family, Zella and our lost loved ones. We read Psalms 3 as our devotion.
Jim Harris prayed the offertory prayer as he and Brad Siler received our Lord’s tithes and offerings.
Doyle Humbyrd, our Sunday School Superintendent, presented Pastor Neal, LeaAnn, Ashton and Erin a basket of cards and love gifts for Pastor Appreciation Day. Then everyone gave them hugs and promised to pray for them. We praise God for them. Pastor Neal said, “We are more blessed to have you than you are to have us. His ways are higher than ours. I am thankful for the journey.” Pastor Neal read I Peter 3, “How slow we are to understand Life, its gifts and its purposes”. Several testimonies of salvation were shared.
At 6 p.m., we began with prayer then singing of several songs. Pastor Neal shared a list of many items going to Honduras to the orphanage. Kevin and Sue Clayton will be going to Poplar Bluff on Thursday, November 11, to take these items.
Van Menzies gave his testimony and read from Luke 20. He asked, “What is the duty of a servant?”
Thursday, November 4 at 6:30 p.m. is the Celebrate Life Banquet for Options Pregnancy Clinic of Ava. Some ladies or our church will prepare the food.
Friday, November 5, we will pick up pizzas at Ava Victory Academy for the Fundraiser to better heat and cool their building.
Friday night is the Junior and Senior High meeting for kids at White River Camp at the Campgrounds.
Next Sunday is our Food Harvest items collection for the Heart of the Hills Food Harvest.
Each Tuesday at 7 p.m. we have special prayer meeting.
Each Wednesday at 7 p.m. we have Bible Study.
Come and worship with us.