God’s Garage Youth Center in Jamesport will hold a grand opening on Friday, Nov. 15, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. A mini concert with live worship music will follow at around
Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013:
Gallatin Seventh Day Adventist
Special prayer request: Josh and Brenda Singleton, Karen Worrel, Josh and Michelle Craig, Mary Alice Dalby’s husband and brother, the Dale family, Clay and Cleo Anne Laybourne, Sheila Mead, and Dr. Don and Bettejean Johnson.
Sabbath school lesson was “The Day of Atonement” on earth from the adult Bible study guide. “The Sanctuary”
First Baptist Church of Pattonsburg will once again be collecting shoe box gifts for disadvantaged boys and girls around the world.
“Every shoe box offers an opportunity to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with a hurting child,” said Franklin Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse.
Pattonsburg Baptist will act as a relay center for a 45-minute radius of Pattonsburg, collecting the boxes, packing them in large cartons, and sending
by Pastor Steve Ellison
John 3 begins with a night time meeting between Jesus and Nicodemus. We do not know for sure why Nicodemus came at night but I have a guess. I think that it had nothing to do with Nicodemus. I think it was to set up a very important lesson that Jesus desired to teach to his disciples after Nicodemus left.
We are not told explicitly, but
Astronomers using NASA data have calculated that in our galaxy alone there are more than eight billion stars with earth size planets in the “inhabitable temperature zone,” not too hot nor too cold for life. Eight billion stars is more than one star for every person on earth. This figure is almost certainly low because scientists were only looking at “sun-like” stars, and they are not the common ones.
Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013:
Brother David’s Sunday morning message was “Love Conquers Fear” from I John 4 and Deuteronomy 30. Sarah Ishmael’s children’s message was “The Treasure Inside” from II Corinthians 4. We held our monthly business meeting after morning worship.
Please sign up Sunday for Operation Christmas Child items, and bring them to the church as soon as
He was hitching a ride on Highway 63 between LaPlata and Kirksville. Years ago, I always picked up hitchhikers. When I was younger, I hitchhiked a lot; so I am sympathetic. In recent years, I have grown more cautious and seldom stop. This time God seemed to tell me to pick this guy up. I did. It took me a while to get the car stopped. I noticed he didn’t
by Pastor Steve Ellison
Early in Jesus’ ministry a very rich and powerful man came to visit Jesus by night. John 3 tells the story. We are not told why Nicodemus came at night so we can only guess. Maybe Nicodemus was afraid of what his fellow Pharisees would say about him consulting with Jesus. Perhaps one or both of them was busy during the day. Maybe this was the
by Dr. Don Kuehle
The “people called Methodist” have always been noted for their great singing. Since the time of John & Charles Wesley in 1700s England, Methodist Christians have been a singing people. Charles Wesley wrote more than 6,500 hymns, dealing with every phase of human living. The words he penned were new; may of the tunes were known to the common folks of his day — the tunes
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