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Church News for Thursday, April 11

Published 6:07pm Friday, April 12, 2013

Bethsalem Baptist Church

We opened our service by recognizing those with birthdays and anniversaries. Bro. Cleve welcomed everyone and gave ministry opportunities.

The children’s message focused on preparing for VBS, which will be themed “Six Flags Over Bethsalem.”

Special music by the Celebration Choir: “Be Unto Your Name.”

Message by Bro. Phil from Acts 24:24-25: “Why Would Anyone Reject Salvation?”

In the evening service, Bro. Phil preached from Judges 17:5-6,10: “When We Disobey God.”

Family supper at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday service at 6:30 p.m., prayer meeting for adults, Team Kids for children and Student’s Outlet. Life Tracks begins at 5 p.m.

Happy Birthday to Emily Johnson, Terry Chism, George Brasher, Lennie Hathcock, Kayla Boddie, Lexi Glasscock, Brooklyn Griffin, Addison Spigener, Triston Schmidthorst, JoAnn Andrews and Emma LeBlanc.

Happy Anniversary to Dustin and Wendy Glasscock, 19 years.

Pray for Sally Davis, Hunter Moore, Hope Wilson, Kay Ray, Regina Bush, Harold Pierce, Belda Coburn , Rhonda Williamson, Elridge Townsend, Libby Ousley, Brent Wright, J.T. Glasscock, Chase Cobern, Steve McGowan, Joe Sexton, Clyde Hughes, the Chancellor family, Randy Bryant, the Crawford family, Eugene Crin, Kathy Headley, Rebeca Thomas, Tony Buckler and our pastor search committee.

Come and worship with us on Sundays.

Beulah Baptist Church

The members of Beulah Baptist Church would like to invite you to celebrate The Reverend and Sister Kenneth D. Dabney Sr. First Pastor Anniversary on Sunday, April 28, at 3 p.m. The Reverend Johnny Turner Jr., pastor of the New Convert Missionary Baptist Church in Maplesville, Ala., will bring the message from heaven. The Anointed Voices of Birmingham will bless us with music.

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