6.28.15 Bulletin

Maizee Bunner was possibly released from the hospital this past week. She is struggling with anxiety. Alicia Estadt has a lot of health concerns right now. Mike Salatino, Terry Ehni’s step-sister’s husband, had a heart transplant June 20. Mike Slatt is awaiting the results of the biopsy of his bladder. Joyce Stimpert (Jodi Frye’s mom) had surgery this past week for colon cancer.

Please continue your prayers for those who need our continued prayers: Andrea & Emmalyn Baldwin, Jim Bass, Wes Crum, Harold Dailey, Hailey Huston, Janie Judge, Kevin Kalany, Curtis McBride, Leah McIntosh (Elaine Sambuco’s cousin’s daughter, age 4, leukemia). Bill Miller, Marie Patton, Jimmy Thrash, Sue Wirsing, Jacob Walton, & Linda Workman.

Please continue to pray and encourage those who are no longer able to worship with us…Evelyn Barker, Ella Bell, Bill & Sue Daley, Mae Deller, Wilda Freeland, Joyce Orzolek, Alice Shunk, Leon Smith, Jim Thrash, Marlene Trisolene and Joanne Wallner.


Please continue to pray for those who are serving in the military: Jason Harris (Bill & Pat Rice’s son-in-law), Joey Stenger (Joe & Karen’s son) and Tyrell Watson.


   Our Wednesday night summer series entitled “Big Mistakes” continues this week. Jamie Judge will be teaching “Self-Exalted Self-Reliance vs. Humble God-Reliance” from Numbers 20:1-13.


We now will have an attended nursery to begin after class, during the worship gathering for 1-5 year olds. We are still in need of volunteers, so if you can help, see one of the shepherds.


There will be a shepherds-deacons-preachers meeting this afternoon at 4:30pm in the MP Room.


   The Devo for Thursday, July 2nd will be at the McKeen’s.


The Ladies’ Bible class will be taking a break over the summer. Classes will resume some time in August.


There are more gleaner cans available on the table in the back hallway to collect your loose change to help with the Potter’s Children’s Home.

They will be due back Oct. 21st. If you have some that are full, you can bring them in and give them to Brad. Feel free to begin a second can.


Camp Concern is almost here! There are brochures available on the table in the foyer. Information is also available online.


“…for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. I know how to be brought low, and I know how to abound. In any and every circumstance, I have learned the secret of facing plenty and hunger, abundance and need. I can do all things through him who strengthens me.”   (Philippians 4:11b-13 ESV)

When are times you have been brought low?  When have you abounded in life?  How are your spiritual and physical selves experiencing similar things at those times?  Different things?


We have several paper Bibles to give away. If you or someone you know needs a Bible, feel free to take one from the table in the back.


The life of following Jesus is an active life. We’ve been invited to put our faith in action. As a church, we’re always trying to find ways to live this active faith. Here a just a few ways for you to get involved. This is just a starting point!

  • Praying for those who are sick and hurting & writing cards for them.
  • Become a part of the Ministry of Encouragement.
  • Give old eye classes, ink cartridges, greeting cards, “Box Tops & Campbell’s Labels for Education, for various ministries.
  • Take food or provide other assistance to the sick and those who are grieving.
  • Go out of your way to welcome guests in our worship gatherings.
  • Volunteer to teach or assist in our Children’s Ministry. No experience needed, just a willingness to serve!
  • Visit our shut-ins to encourage them.
  • Come up with creative ways we can fulfill our mission to love God and to love people.
  • Be active in telling the good news and loving people in tangible ways as you go through your normal rhythm of life.


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