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Church News for Thursday, May 16

Published 10:43am Monday, June 3, 2013

Rocky Mount United Methodist Church

Mother’s Day was delightful at Rocky Mount. Bro. Guin’s message from Acts 16:16-34 pointed out that what we see is not necessarily what God intends. When Paul cast out the demons from the woman, he and Silas were punished for this good deed by the secular forces surrounding them. This punishment opened the door for the two men to present the message of the gospel to a household of non-believers, making converts of the entire group. We should see the events in our lives through the eyes of faith and praise God anyway whether we understand His intent or not. If we have Jesus, what else do we need?

Join Rocky Mount for worship on Sundays and Wednesdays. You can hear Sunday’s message on Thursday at 7:30 a.m. on the radio.  Visit our website: www.rockymountumcjemison.com.

Bethsalem Baptist Church

Bro. Cleve opened our day by welcoming everyone, giving ministry opportunities and recognizing our mothers.

Our young musicians sang “Majestic;” our Music Makers sang “He’s Got the Whole World in his Hands” and “Peter, James and John in a Sailboat;” soloist Zoey Edwards sang “God is So Good” and the Celebration Choir sang He’s Been Faithful.”

We had a great Mother’s Day.

Wednesday service and family supper at 5:30 p.m. Prayer meeting for adults at 6 p.m., Team Kids for children and Student’s Outlet.

Happy Birthday to Zachery Hunter, Jason Barber, Tara Chavers, Kla Hilyer, Henry  Moore, Adana Barrett, Nakita Ellison, Katelyn Chavers, Mike Cox, Jane Humphrey, Greg Green, Cleve Mallory, Brooklyn Edwards and Zachary Barber.

Pray for Bruce Moore, Greg Green, Brian Smith, Sally Davis, Hunter Moore, Nell Williams, Chase Cobern, Joe Sexton, Randy Bryant, Lilliana Thompson, Geraldine Drinkwater, the Crawford family, James Harris, Rebeca Thomas, the Hunt family’s adoption, Taylor Barnes, Kay Ray, Elridge Townsend, Susan Harrison, Tyler Barnes, the Bridges of Faith mission team in Ukraine, Charles and Gladys Bryant, George and Diana Williams, our pastor search committee.

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