Gentry News

Joie Welker opened with prayer to start our morning service. After singing we studied in our Sunday school class about God’s creation of man and woman and to learn God’s relationship patterns so that we can experience his blessings in our life.

It was good to see Doug Miller back in service. He is doing well. Our sympathy goes out to the Herman Prock family.

Our special song was by the Gentry Singers.

This was Grandparent’s Day at the church and all the grandparents received gifts. Delores Young was honored with a potted plant for bringing her grandkids and great-grandkids to Sunday school throughout the year and always had a car load for Bible School. When these little ones get older they will have special memories in their minds and hearts of her.

Bro. Dennis Shumate brought the morning message from Hebrews, chapter four. The word of God is powerful and sharper than any two edged sword. We as Christians need to be a lighthouse for others we we share the gospel and have the anointing of God when witnessings for the Lord. The word of God is unchanging.

Saturday I went with Lena and Jerry Wagner to the Loftis Cemetery and attended the graveside services for Jim High. Jim and Jessie (Sievert) High were good friends of ours.

After prayer and singing in our evening service we had a special song by Ronnie Thomas and also a song by Faye Allen, Rod Welker, Wanda Casady, Ronnie and Sue Thomas.

Bro. Shumate brought his message from I Corinthians, chapter three. Paul saw they was division in the church at that time and he told them we should work in unity and be laborers together. We are working for a common goal and that is seeing souls brought the Christ.