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Church News for Thursday, Dec. 13

Published 10:22am Thursday, December 13, 2012

Bethsalem Baptist Church

Bro. Cleve Mallory opened our day of worship with ministry opportunities and by welcoming everyone.

Lottie Moon emphasis for Dec. 16: Pray and give to help us reach our goal.

Bro. Cleve Mallory sang “He Will Come Back,” and the Celebration Choir sang “Mary Did You Know.”

Bro. Phil Winningham brought the message from Luke 1:26-36: “God, Reaffirm Our Attention.” He’s got a plan, and we need to trust him.

In the evening service, our Celebration Choir Cantata presented “Mary Did You Know.” Thank you, choir, for a job well done.

Wednesday night family supper at 5:30 p.m. Prayer meeting for adults, children’s choir and The Outlet for students.

Pray for Larry Willis, J.T. Glasscock, Charles Bryant, the Crawford family, Edward Moore, Elridge Townsend, Juana Wright, Lilianna Thompson, Marshall Green, Hunter Moore, Linder Parker, Mack and Donna Tillery, Wesley Lamont, Joyce Leonard, Sid Griner, Roy Williams, Frankie Smith, Larry Willis, those facing cancer, our homebound, those in the nursing home and our pastor search committee.

Happy birthday this week to Marie Smith, Charelene Yeargan, Pam Shepherd, David Mac Wilmoth, Robin Crawford, Zoey Edwards, Laura Green, Winter Watkins, Hope Mims, Michael Rhodes, Cory Pack, Michelle Enriquez, Katelyn Lovett, Mary Blackmon and Dacota Watkins.

Our children’s choir will present their Christmas program. Lottie Moon offering begins next Sunday. Come and worship with us.

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