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Our weather is coming one day sunshine and the next cloudy. I did get to clean up in the yard some this past week. The daffodils arein full bloom and deep color.
At Seminole Sunday morning Chris Highfield, our youth pastor, gave a very good message from John 20: 18-31; There are three kinds of believers: Casual, convenient, and committed. Thomas’ belief was committed enough to die for Jesus. Is your belief enough to live for Jesus?
We all miss Pastor Don and Becky, while they are now in Texas loving their new grandson Grayson Brian Baier, born February 28th at 9 lbs. and 21 inches. They are a big help with their daughter-in-law and granddaughters, Ella and Allie.
Thursday 24 of Seminole, Seniors met at the church to go out and visit the shut-ins formerly from our church. Jo Anne Mick and I went to visit a very dear lady, Lorene Carskaddon, 93, who lives alone in her home. We went there to bless and encourage her. We were the ones who came home with the blessing.
Oscar and Gladys Cunningham proudly announce the birth of their 15th great-grandchild, Wrett Fulton to Dan and Barbara Chapman’s youngest daughter, Angel Fulton. The little boy has two older sisters.
Friends and loved ones depart, but God will never leave us. He is “our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” Psalm 46:1.