Showing posts from January, 2017

"All-In" Church-Wide Leadership Worship Event

Sunday, February 12th6:00 PM
Each committee, team, or ministry needs to discuss what programs, goals or needs they may have for this church year. At least one representative from each committee / team / ministry will provide input on upcoming goals and events for the year. At this event, as a church we will worship, pray and encourage one another in this new year of opportunity.

Church-Wide Valentine Party & Shut-In Ministry

Church-Wide Valentine Party & Shut-In Ministry
Wednesday, February 8th6:30 PM In the FLC
Plan to join us for our Valentine Party and Shut-In Ministry. Please bring addressed valentine cards for our shut-in's. A list of our shut-in’s is at the front of the sanctuary on the organ side. Also, bring finger foods, desserts, and drinks for our party.

Mission Action for February

Mission ActionOur Mission Action Project for the month of February will be for Under His Wings. They can use: Canned Fruits & Vegetables, Coffee (Regular & Decaf), Sugar, Creamer, Sweet ‘N Low Sweetener, Paper Plates, Paper Cups, Kleenex, Bathroom Tissue, Snack Items, Kool-Aid, Microwave Popcorn, Good Christian Books, Bibles (Preferably NIV), and Clean/Useable Dresses for Church (Sizes 16, 18, 20). Please leave in the Bible Study Office.

Birthdays and Anniversaries for January and February

BirthdaysRobert Holcombe1/1 Robert Hanks1/8 Dylan McCullough1/13 Sandra Martin1/15 Clair Stamps1/19 Catherine Dean1/21 Thomas Keaton1/30 Marian Keys1/31 Sherry Partain1/31 Anna Artman2/3 Ashleigh Dickson2/5 Phyllis Swaney2/10

 AnniversariesRobert & Frances Holcombe1/17 Johnny & Janiece White1/27 Dwain & Bertha Lyon2/28

Asking Why?

“Why” is a question that is driven by our need to understand. Scientists are driven to prove “why” things happen. Health professionals seek to understand why our body fails, and everyone wants to know “why” certain events happen to them. The bottom line is we want to understand what we are going through, what we need to get past it, and what should we learn from it. A few weeks ago I was driving early in the morning to an appointment. The fog was so thick that I could not see five feet in front of me and my car’s lights were not helping. I drove past my destination. I simply turned around and arrived.

We all are in a fog to some degree. We can only see what is in front of us while God our creator sees everything. Only seeing part of the picture is a blessing because we as believers are constantly driven to God for direction, wisdom and strength. “Why?”, is not the question we should be asking. As a believer, our question should be “What now?”. Don’t get stuck in life waiting for an an…

The Living Sermon Series Begins This Sunday

#LIVING A new series begins this Sunday at 10:30 am. Are you living or just surviving?