Church News for Thursday, Jan. 30

Published 10:59 am Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Bethsalem Baptist Church

Our morning worship was great. Bro. Cleve gave ministry opportunities and welcomed everyone. The congregation sang many songs. The Celebration Choir’s special was “So High the Price.”

The message by Bro. Lee Dymond was from the book of Romans.

In the evening service, our youth shared their experiences from their trip to the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. There were 29 representatives.

Happy birthday to Terry Williams, Jordan Tindol, Richie Smith, Krystal Willis, Katie Ousley, Shee Williams, Dustin Chandler, Briley Bice, Sid Garner, Stevie Gray, Jenae Pierce and Ela Enriquez.

Pray for our Pastor Search Committee, Bro. Bobby, Charles Bryant, Hunter Moore, Eddie Vaughn, Johnny Smith, Scott McKenzie, Rebecca Martin, Janice Dobbs, Jimmy Durbin, Jesse Phillips, Johnny McClain, Bobby Bush, Jason Nelson, Haley Boyd, Wendy Spigner, Dan Tessin, Mesha Stewart, George and Diane Williams, and Eric and Hope Wilson’s family. God Bless.

Friendship Baptist Church

Our choir special was “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.” Bro. Ken Daniel’s message was from Luke 5:1-11. His title was “Becoming Fishers of Men.”

In the passage, Jesus calls four fishermen to follow him. The first miraculous catch of fish takes place. So many fish were caught that their nets broke. Jesus taught the people of the ship and broke down barriers.

In the evening service, Bro. Ken continued his study of Revelation from chapter 7. He spoke about the seal of God.

Angels are not only messengers of God, but protectors also. In this passage, John sees tons of people standing around God’s throne. They are wearing white robes and holding palm leaves, and they all praise God. One of the elders tells John that these people have been through a huge ordeal but made it through. They will not be thirsty ever again. The Lamb will be their shepherd and lead them.

Opportunities for the week:

Sew for Fun is held each Tuesday at 9 a.m. They are still making dresses and shorts for children who are a part of the Guatemala Dump. They need cotton material and help in making clothes. These can be made at your home and brought to the church. You may also take them to Clanton Cleaners and given to Janice Wyatt or Andrea Wakefield. The deadline is Feb. 25.

Feb. 14: Adult Valentine “Hee Haw” party at 6:30 p.m.

Feb. 15: Youth Valentine banquet at 6:30 p.m.

Feb. 26-March 4: Trip to Lancaster, Penn.

May 3: Ladies luncheon at 11 a.m. The theme is “Charity.”

Happy birthday to Pam Jones and Brenda Conradi.

Prayer requests: Karen McKinnon Parker, Janice Cleckley, Anna Bryars, Pauline Little, Connie Mack Easterling, Gary Vorde’s familiy, J.C. Pierce, Irby Fanning, Betty James and Dianne Cleckler.