Gentry News

After opening service with prayer and singing, we all studied in our Sunday school class about Abraham’s children, Ishmael and Isaac and how God fulfilled His promise in bringing blessings to both boys in a difficult situation. So often in the trials of life we fail to see provisions He has made for us.

Erin and Josh Allen showed a video explaining how our Christmas shoe box will put joy in children’s hearts everywhere. It’s an important organization every year by Franklin Graham.

Our special songs was by Pauline Welker and Haley Beard.

Our Fourth Sunday Singing is at Gentry Church, October 27 at 2 p.m. Bring a covered dish for our dinner before the singing.

Many enjoyed our hayride and weiner roast Saturday night. Our appreciation goes out to Bob Leonard for use of the farm and all the ones who helped him make this a success.

Ronnie Thomas is home now recovering from heart surgery and still needs our prayers.

Bro. Cory Yates brought our morning message from Mark, chapter 10. The blind Bartimaeus called out to Jesus and Jesus talked to Him. He said thy faith has made thee whole and Bartimaeus immediately was healed and He followed Jesus.

In our evening service after singing and testimonies, our special song was by Pauline Welker and Joanne Welker.

Bro. Yates brought our evening message from Daniel, chapter 6. King Darius and others were jealous of Daniel because he had an excellent spirit. They tried finding things against him and every time they would find him praying. He knew God would deliver him from them and He did. God is the same yesterday, today and forever.