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Opening prayer to start the Sunday morning service was said by Rod Welker and dismissal to Sunday school classes was by Narvil Tetrick.
Our lesson was “God Delivers and Protects” from Psalm 91 reminds us of God’s protection and care of His children in the face of all the dangers included in this life. If we put our trust in Him.
Our special song was given by the quartet of Narvil Tetrick, Faye Allen, Wanda Casady and Wendell Deo.
Gentry Church was proud to present a Bible to Taylor Ridenour, Sunday morning.
Happy birthday wishes went to little Manda Rippee, who was six years-old.
Congratulations to Dylan Welker for the big honor of making Eagle Scout for the Boy Scouts of America.
Receiving the gift for our Sunday school kickoff teacher for the month of October went to Charlotte Reich for having the most overall attendance in her adult class.
Pastor Riley Hall’s sermon was from I Peter 1:1-16. We need to stand up for the love of God and get back to the Ten Commandments. We are in a battle bringing the word to a lost and dying world. In all things show a pattern of good works, sound speech, be obedient and be looking for that blessed hope and glorious appearing of our Savior Jesus Christ.
There will be no church service on Wednesday night, Nov. 24.
Bro. Hall’s message Sunday night was from Jude, we can’t sit under false teachings when it comes to serving the Lord. We need to stand for Jesus, the people’s fruit will show how a person lives his life. We are to keep the faith, lay a good foundation for our children, be loving and keep sharing.
As Thanksgiving Day is upon us, we are all to be thankful for all the blessings God has given us, may the Lord bless and keep all, this Thanksgiving season. Remember visitors are always welcome at Gentry.